Living Free… Standing Tall: Learning to Trust the Invisible God by Joy Wooderson is a potentially life-changing read for Christians and non-Christians alike. The book essentially moves the reader toward trusting in God.
“All stories have a goal,” said Joy Wooderson. “Mine is to transport readers on the journey of my heart, soul and mind as I attempted to put together the disparate pieces and events of my life and bring about resolution to my deep discontent,” she added.
Wooderson concluded: “I offer hope to those who have struggled, and who may yet be struggling, to form a spiritual connection, come to terms with a less than idyllic childhood, and find inner joy and peace … Journey with me now on the often harrowing, sometimes exciting, always uncertain path that leads from religious and personal repression to the freedom and joy of a relationship with the Invisible God.”
From the back cover: Anyone who has seen the movie, The Ten Commandments, knows something about the spectacular events surrounding the Israelites’ escape from Egypt. The real drama goes far beyond the highlights shown.
What could this Biblical story have to do with life in the twenty-first century? A profound message is hidden in the ancient text, like a buried artifact.
Joy Wooderson visited Egypt and the Sinai desert, and was instantly absorbed in the history of the area. Barren mountains, sand, and dry river beds awakened curiosity about the purpose behind the mass exodus. The veiled gem is how Yahweh, the invisible God, worked internally in the hearts and minds of the people while He acted externally.
Joy’s imaginative mind transported her into the saga, and she mentally became a fellow student with the Israelites in God’s Life School. This is her story.
Living Free… Standing Tall: Learning to Trust the Invisible God is available at fine retailers worldwide, including Amazon.com. Wholesale orders can be placed through Ingram. Author Joy Wooderson is available for interviews. Please call Maggie Kelly of Seacoast Press at 800-767-0531 to arrange an interview or send an email to [email protected]
About Joy Wooderson:
Joy writes creative nonfiction and is the author of “Finding Joy: One Woman’s Journey Back to Faith.” Her essays have been published in The Truth About The Fact: International Journal of Literary Nonfiction, 2008, A Cup of Comfort for Christians, Friends: Stories of Friendship, the 2006 Mid Rivers Review, and the Cuivre River Anthology, Volumes II and III. Her articles include “My Favorite Injury,” Travelers’ Tales Solas Awards Elder Travel category winner, 2007. Living Free…Standing Tall: Learning to Trust the Invisible God is her latest book.
She enjoys involvement with The Scribes’ Tribe critique group and Saturday Writers: www.joywooderson.com
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