The presence of God reverberates through the pages as it walks through Scriptures, nature, and God’s great transformational power to change a person spiritually.
NIAGARA, Ontario (PRWEB) July 17, 2017
Inspired by her own spiritual renewal and transformation, Elizabeth Stryker wrote “Blossoms in a Barren Land: Growing in Faith” (published by WestBow Press) to encourage others to grow spiritually as a Christian and continue the growth process along life’s path.
“God is in the business of bringing transformation, change and renewal spiritually and He is able to do it in a magnificent way,” Stryker says.
The book’s themes pertain to various aspects of physical growth in nature, which is then contrasted to inner spiritual growth in the Lord. Stryker challenges readers to grow in various aspects of the faith walk by including images and Scriptures along with her message.
“The presence of God reverberates through the pages as it walks through Scriptures, nature, and God’s great transformational power to change a person spiritually,” Stryker says of her book. “The Scriptures, Text, and Photos/Images all capture and captivate the reader with GOD’S beauty and power and majesty!”
“Blossoms in a Barren Land”
By Elizabeth Stryker
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 44 pages | ISBN 9781512742770
E-Book | 44 pages | ISBN 9781512742787
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Elizabeth Stryker studied social work, and graduated from Fanshawe College, London, Ontario. She became a biblical counselor with The Association of Certified Biblical Counselors in 2012. She works as a biblical counselor and in her work, Stryker helps people grow, change and thrive using God’s word as the catalyst. She and her husband Evert, have four children, all of whom have chosen their life partners, and two grandchildren with more on the way. The family resides in Niagara, Ontario.
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