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Still Praying in the Wilderness and Other Essays for the Spiritually Thirsty

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110 pages1 hour

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"I offer these essays as a window into my journey, believing that this window may prove to be a mirror—that what you read here will speak to you in your own circumstances. My prayer is that in your thirst, you might find something here to drink." from the Introduction

Honest, lyrical, and intensely personal, this collection of essays by Rachel Starr Thomson address surrender and endurance and weakness and transcendence and spiritual depression. They’re about a lifetime of Bible study, about struggles with legalism and self-condemnation, about finding grace. And they’re about the power and creativity of God who is always working, shaping, and calling--the God who gives living water to all who thirst.

Rachel Starr Thomson is the author of over twenty books. A conference and event speaker with 1:11 Ministries, she seeks to reveal Jesus through the power of words. Rachel lives in Southern Ontario, where she writes, studies, and drinks a lot of coffee.

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