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The book is NOW available on this website or directly from Jill. The trade release will be in September to bookstores and the Internet. Thank you for your purchase!

 

runwithabandon bookcoverThis book is not about childlike faith! In short, Run with Abandon explores the reality of living in obedience to the command Jesus gave us in Matthew 18 when he said that we must change and become as little children. We first must understand what has happened to make us unlike children. Then, a decision has to be made to embark on the journey. Finally, we walk through life on a daily basis childrenlearning how to reclaim our childlikeness and interact with the Father accordingly. This endeavor will enable us to run to the Lord God with enthusiasm, freedom, and wild abandon as a child runs to the object of their affection!

 

“I tell you the truth, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven” - Matthew 18:3

 

Have you ever watched a small child run into the arms of someone they love? We are to seek our Heavenly Father with that same trust and enthusiasm. He is waiting for us to come running to him with a sense of abandon... a carefree, almost reckless, desire to know him completely! But how do you get there?

 

In Run with Abandon, Jill McGaffigan offers you a clear path to discovering and embracing a greater level of intimacy with God. She shows you how to rekindle that childlikeness that will both please Him and you!

Discover…

 

How to satisfy the hunger for a deeper connection with God by rekindling your innocent childlikeness.

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How to develop intimacy with God and feel a greater sense of His presence and favor.

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The surprising secrets to more joy in your relationship with God than you thought possible!

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Learn to run with abandon to your heavenly Father and enjoy the relationship of a lifetime!


Published by: HigherLife

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"O God, you are my God, earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you, my body longs for you, in a dry and weary land where there is no water."  Psalm 63:1

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