All That Really Matters by Sheila Walsh
Jesus' Simple Plan for a Transformed Life

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Following God Doesn’t Have to Be So Complicated.

Jesus said to love God with all we have and are, and to love others as we love ourselves. It is a simple plan but a profound one. At times, it even sounds too easy.

It is tempting to cling to lists of rules and regulations. We imagine that if we do what we think is required of us, we can expect God to respond in particular ways. But God refuses to live in a box, and he doesn’t want us to live in a box, either. Instead he has given us a simple plan, a different way to live, a liberating path that leads to him and to home.

Discover a Simpler Way to Live and Love.

Do you long to be set free from the complex maze we have created for following Jesus? Then it’s time to return to Jesus’ simple plan to love God and others. Join Sheila Walsh on a life-changing journey into God’s Word to discover All That Really Matters.

About Sheila Walsh

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Sheila Walsh is a powerful Christian communicator who is a unique combination of singer, songwriter, author, speaker, and television talk show host. She is a featured speaker at the nationwide Women of Faith Conferences and creator and host of the national Children of Faith Conferences. Sheila is the former co-host of The 700 Club and host of her own show, Heart to Heart with Sheila Walsh. She is the author of Honestly, Living Fearlessly, and most recently, A Love So Big. Sheila lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband, Barry, and son, Christian.
Published April 15, 2003 by WaterBrook Press. 224 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Walsh, a popular speaker on the "Women of Faith" circuit whose credits include best-selling inspirational books such as Living Fearlessly and A Love So Big, is a marvelous storyteller who knows how to properly transform the mundane happenings of everyday life into tales worth remembering.

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