The Christ-Centered Heart by Rick Mathis
Peaceful Living in Difficult Times

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This book begins and ends with the belief that Christ lives within the human heart, and that the main purpose of life is to center on His presence. Drawing heavily on the Bible, the Desert Fathers, and Br. Lawrence of the Resurrection, as well as on such modern writers as Henri Nouwen and Thomas Merton, Mathis combines traditional and contemporary wisdom to show how human love often fails in common experience, but God's love can never fail.

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Rick Mathis received a PhD in political science from Johns Hopkins University, where he also studied political philosophy and public policy. He currently manages medical policy for Blue Shield/Blue Cross of Tennessee. He is the author of numerous articles and stories as well as three books.
Published March 1, 1999 by Liguori Pubns. 148 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Mathis, manager of medical policy for Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Tennessee, presents a compelling portrait of the impact that centering our hearts on Christ can have on our lives.

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