Adam and Eve's Relationship and Its Ongoing Impact Today

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Author helps readers survive relationship challenges and glorify God

Our relationships are meant to bring us joy and peace, yet so many people struggle in this area of their lives. Unleveled Ground -- Surviving Relationships (paperback, 978-1-60477-414-6) brings perspective back to the intent of all relationships by looking at the very first relationship between humankind and God--that of Adam and Eve. This book offers encouragement, hope, and practical direction at a time in history when relationships of all kinds are on the brink: divorce statistics are on the rise; children are so angry they resort to resolving their issues through violence against others; the church seems to be losing ground in the impact it was created to make; and Christians seem to have developed a casual attitude regarding their relationship with God.

Washington affirms, "This book addresses all types of relationships--family, work, church, money, and God. It is my intent for readers to discover strategies that will help them survive the many challenges of life in all their relationships so that those relationships might bring glory to God."

Clifford Washington III is an entrepreneur and motivator; he is the founder and president of 3e Enterprise as well as the author of Smiling in Public while Crying in Private. He has influenced countless numbers of people to not only discover their true identity and purpose but also to pursue that discovery while staying spiritually fortified and remaining goal oriented. He has a remarkable gift for deeply touching the hearts and souls of those who need encouragement in resolving real life issues in practical terms.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Unleveled Ground -- Surviving Relationships through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.

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