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Based on the #1 New York Times bestseller Relationship Goals and the author's wildly popular sermon series, this 30-day challenge helps you take your relationship from good to great! Feeling tired of romantic relationships with no purpose-or looking to put more spark in your long-term love? Pastor Michael Todd draws on the themes of Relationship Goals to give you a month of biblically rich "let's go deeper" challenges designed just for couples. We're not talking simple date ideas or tips on what flowers to buy. We're talking daily Scripture, intentional questions, and victorious outcomes as you get real about seeking God's goals for you individually and together. As Michael looks at three key values of romantic relationships-purpose, healing, and oneness-he helps you find answers to questions like: • How can we communicate with greater intentionality? • How does our relationship affect who we're becoming as individuals? • How are we going to fight well, with our greater purpose in mind? • How do we find healing for deep-seated issues? • How do our spiritual lives affect our life as a couple? Take the next thirty days to create new habits that will set you down solidly on the road to meeting your relationship goals. At the end of this month-long challenge, you can look back on the goals you've already met and set new ones to look forward to. So get ready to win in relationship . . . together. Do you accept the challenge?Show more
An Australian shamaness traveling in the body of a Chicago bartender leads to a surreal rendezvous with a presumed-dead rock star. An OkCupid encounter turns into blissful madness when souls connect over a national tragedy. A bloody accident at a city bus stop gives way to an absurdly rewarding feast. This collection of seven short stories poses the question: What phenomena are occurring under our nose, right now, that appear completely random but are consistent and solid periodic events we simply lack the scope to see, the comprehension to grasp, or the vocabulary to name? Time is a Fine White Lie may be the closest thing we have to a traveler’s journal from that latent, ephemeral possibility—at once a tribute, warning, antidote, and gateway—to that which we take for granted.Show more