Guided journal for Lent

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WIGIAT cover smallOn any given day, we can find ourselves preoccupied with financial or relational challenges, physical or emotional trials, or vocational or social issues – sometimes several at once. Such concerns can sidetrack us and keep us from enjoying a fulfilling relationship with God and with each other.

Each week in this guided journal, the focus is on a different area where we tend to encounter distractions. The aim is to help you become aware so you can deal with them and turn your attention to God.

Only the Bible verse is given (rather than the entire passage) so you can get into the Word yourself and see what God wants to tell you.

Lent is a time of introspection. Take your thoughts to your journal book. Write your heart out. Draw if you’re so inclined. God wants to hear your story.

 

Book News: Turning August is published!

The book is in print – ebook and soft cover form. Check it out! On sale at Amazon/Kindle.

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After the discover the truth, how do you atone for believing the lie?

The question haunts a professor of linguistics, recruited by the SS to gather intel, who discovers the atrocities committed by the Nazis and finds himself assuming various roles to turn the tables on Hitler’s henchmen to regain his honor.

At first idealistic and dedicated in service to his country, August Wichmann is transformed by the sure knowledge of the brutalities of the Holocaust, yet his attempts to stop the evil are compromised by threats to his family and friends.

Set against a tangled web of Abwehr agents and double agents, broken trust and deception, and the earnest hopes and thwarted plans of the Resistance, August treads a treacherous path of conscience toward nothing less than the redemption of his soul.

Many of the characters are based on real people, including seasoned spymaster Admiral Wilhelm Canaris and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, both presenting a fixed star by which August navigates the shifting moral boundaries required to fight the Nazis from within.