‘The Missing Factor’ helps readers understand Gospel teachings

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Margaret Belanger urges believers to live by Jesus’ example in new nonfiction.

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Author Margaret Belanger reaches out to Christians struggling to find the true meaning of Scripture and how it applies to modern life in her illuminating new book, “The Missing Factor: What Really is a Normal Christian Life?” (published by AuthorHouse).

“The theme of this book is the New Covenant, and what it means for us in Christ,” Belanger says. “Acceptance and provisions are no longer dependent upon our efforts or good works but through faith and a relationship with God.”

In conversational, straightforward language, “The Missing Factor” seeks to challenge readers’ religious perceptions and shed new light on Scriptures that many see as complicated. Belanger also encourages individuals to recognize and confront issues that may be hindering their walk of faith.

“In ‘The Missing Factor’ I unveil all that Jesus wrought for us and why it is our legal right,” Belanger says. “But most importantly, I share the underlying factor behind all that is yours in Him, which is a relationship with God. This is the heart of the New Covenant.”

The Missing Factor
By Margaret Belanger
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 152 pages | ISBN 9781496946799
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 152 pages | ISBN 9781496948069
E-Book | ISBN 9781496948052
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Margaret Belanger taught art and Bible classes for 20 years. Now retired, she spends her time writing, illustrating and painting. She has written a book of poetry, several personal journals, letters to the editor and two children’s books, all unpublished. She lives with her husband on a semi-rural acreage just outside Smithers, British Columbia.

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