Water into Wine by Kelly Minter
Hope for the Miraculous in the Struggle of the Mundane

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What Does Yesterday’s Miracle Mean to Your Life Today?

It was at an everyday wedding ceremony that Jesus Christ turned plain water into the finest of wines, marking the launch of a global ministry that would transform the world.

Though the story is familiar, the intriguing nuances and spiritual insights are too rich to be overlooked. They apply to us today, as Jesus is still turning water into wine, still making his presence known, still breathing the miraculous into the world from within the mundane.

You Are Invited…

So come back to the wedding in Cana and gaze into the faces of those present–but don’t be surprised to find your own story mirrored there. For in this story are truths poised to cross culture and time, finding their way deep into your daily life.

About Kelly Minter

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Kelly Minter is a singer-songwriter who has toured extensively in the contemporary Christian music market. She has released two nationally distributed records, Good Day and Wrestling the Angels. Kelly is also a spokesperson for World Vision.
Published June 22, 2004 by WaterBrook Press. 192 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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This book is not an in-depth study of Jesus' water-into-wine miracle, as the title may imply, but rather a series of personal reflections based on Minter's search for spiritual transformation.

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