Montrose, Colo. (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
“After 25 successful years as a counselor, I felt the gentle but persistent nudge of God to write down some of my hard-earned lessons,” author Steve Warner explains. “Especially those that have an impact on our relationships with God and people.” With his new book, “Milestones: On the Road Home” (published by WestBow Press), Warner offers a collection of reflections on living together in grace and truth.
Gleaned from Scripture, counseling experiences and real-life examples, “Milestones” is biblical, insightful and fiercely practical, offering guidance to challenge and encourage readers on their own road to intimacy with God and others.
The book contains a number of questions for reflection. Suggested prayers and identified “milestones” for each chapter bring the message home to readers’ hearts.
An excerpt from “Milestones”:
Our relationship with God challenges us equally. If we cannot love people – whom we can see – then we are hard-pressed to love God, whom we cannot see. When life fails to live up to our expectations – when we grow weary fighting against the currents of our nature or when human relationships knock the wind out of us – we struggle to feel the presence of God.
About the Author
Springing from Midwestern blue-collar roots, Steve Warner is a licensed professional counselor with more than 25 years of experience. He is an internationally-read blogger and article writer and holds graduate degrees in counseling, biblical studies, and biblical counseling. In addition to his private practice, he works as a professional counselor at a large local church. Warner has been happily married to Mary since 1980. They reside in western Colorado, where they serve together on a worship arts team. Warner’s interests also include fiddling, photography, social media and fly fishing.
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