We all long for the freedom to choose based on our heart’s truest desires–and to love beyond fear and self-protection. Yet many of us lose touch with this sense of freedom, or never develop it in the first place. Without such freedom, we become limited and are unable to realize our full potential.
In The Truths That Free Us, author Ruth Haley Barton leads women into a place of deeper freedom and truth, helping to transform our relationships with God and others. In these pages, you will discover truths about yourself and God; about the people around you and the world you live in. Sometimes these truths will be beautiful, and sometimes they will be painful. But always, they will set you free as you allow them to change you from the inside out.
INCLUDES SPIRITUAL EXERCISES TO ENCOURAGE
PERSONAL REFLECTION AND SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION.
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Ruth Haley Barton is a spiritual director, teacher and retreat leader.
Trained through the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation (Washington, D.C.) and the Pathways Center for Spiritual Leadership (Nashville, Tennessee), she is cofounder of The Transforming Center, a community of Christian men and women who shape and care for the souls of leaders--equipping them to guide their churches and organizations in becoming spiritually transforming communities that discern and do the will of God.
Barton was educated at Wheaton College and Northern Baptist Theological Seminary.
She served on the staff at several different churches, including Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Illinois, and as past president of the Chicago chapter of Christians for Biblical Equality.
Her books include An Ordinary Day with Jesus: Experiencing the Reality of God in Your Everyday Life (a spiritual formation curriculum coauthored with John Ortberg, Zondervan); Invitation to Solitude and Silence: Experiencing God’s Transforming Presence (IVP); and The Truths That Free Us: A Woman's Calling to Spiritual Transformation (Waterbrook/Shaw).
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