This gift set consists of all four “Focus on Faith” books including, Why Do I Worry?, Letting Go of Envy, Moving Beyond Doubt, and Growing in Patience. These books are prayerful guides to empowering one’s faith, putting it to work in day-to-day circumstances. The books illustrate that to become the person God wants us to be, we must first focus on our faith and then reflect on what that means within the context of our daily lives. Each book is filled with short meditations, colorful photographs, inspirational quotes, and reflection questions or “prayer starters,” and are designed to be shared as gifts, purchased for individual use, or even used as discussion guides in prayer groups.
Softcover; 76 pages each; 5″ x 7″.
Why Do I Worry?
by Br. Francis Wagner, O.S.B.
Why Do I Worry? will help you overcome worry from the perspective of our Christian faith. Let us follow Jesus, the Light of the world who says to us all: “Do not worry about your life. Do not let your hearts be troubled. Believe in God, believe also in me.”
Letting Go of Envy
by Patti Normile
Left unchecked, envy can give rise to resentment and anger. However, with the aid of our Christian faith, we can heal the wounds of envy and find our way to the true happiness that God desires for each one of us. This “Focus on Faith” book aims to help you do both.
Moving Beyond Doubt
by Silas Henderson
Faith is the antidote for life’s doubts-the wind that blows away the grey clouds, allowing the light to shine again on us and in us. This book is designed to help you understand your feelings of doubt and move beyond them to a light-filled vista of faith and hope, and love.
Growing in Patience
by Lisa O. Engelhardt
Scripture tells us: “God is faithful, and he will not let you be tested beyond your strength, but with the testing he will also provide the way out so that you may be able to endure it” (1 Corinthians 10:13). With those wise and hopeful words in mind, Growing in Patience presents positive, productive, and spiritual ways to deal with impatience. After all, patience must be nurtured. It is a virtue which we must prayerfully ask from God, and then–by God’s grace–seek to put into practice each day.