Journey on the Hard Side of Miracles by Dr. Steven Stiles

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Over 40,000 copies of this Inspirational Kindle book now in circulation with all proceeds going to charity

“The miraculous providences documented in this book really occurred.” – Steve Gregg, Christian Author, host of the Narrow Path
“Gripping…A one of a kind adventure sure to capture your heart.” Larry Holser, Conference Speaker
“Incredible. Fascinating read.” – Esther Wei, Editor-in-Chief, World Christian Fellowship
“…you do not enjoy putting this book down…” – Jan Mennite, Christian Writer

God can do anything He wants, anywhere He wants, anytime He wants, and in any way He wants. Sometimes He lets us see.

All of us have experienced coincidences, and perhaps we’ve encountered the truly unexplainable. But have we seen a genuine miracle? What does the Bible tell us about such events? Journey offers a unique look at miracles, and the reader must decide for themselves what is real and what is not.

This true, thought provoking record of the supernatural escorts you back to the international “Jesus Movement” of the 1970’s to ponder some of the astonishing ways God rocked the lives of a generation of young Christians.

The story continues to unfold as you wander across America with a humble band of “Jesus People.” Roaming in old, unreliable buses, the gentle shepherding of an unseen traveler is no sooner revealed than the extraordinary journey only becomes more difficult. But the young riders do not turn back.

Startling events lead to the discovery that miracles aren’t always what they first appear to be. Then, repeated lessons of faith point the travelers to an unforgettable truth:

- There is a reason to listen to the Shepherd.
- There is a reason to stay close.

From the author of "Thorns In The Heart"

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About Dr. Steven Stiles

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Dr. Steven Stiles, a pastor, currently teaches at William Jessup University and Western Seminary in San Jose. A Bethany University professor emeritus, he has taught addiction studies and lectured internationally for over 30 years.He is the Clinical Director at New Life Community Services in Santa Cruz, California which provides emergency shelter and drug and alcohol treatment. He is a graduate of the American Baptist Seminary of the West (D.Min.) and maintains counselor certification through the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (CADCII). He is the author of Thorns in the Heart: A Christian's Guide to Dealing with Addiction, Gotchyaa, Recovery for Codependency, and Journey on the Hard Side of Miracles: The True Story of Big Bad Green.He is the Clinical Director at New Life Community Services in Santa Cruz, California which provides emergency shelter and drug and alcohol treatment. He is a graduate of the American Baptist Seminary of the West (D.Min.) and maintains counselor certification through the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (CADCII).
 
Published May 8, 2011 by Nexus Publishing, Inc.. 269 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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