Fundamental Questions on Spiritual Life Addressed in New Book

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After back-to-back books inspired by her mother, author Heather Randell publishes a third book inspired by a Divine motivation, titled: “A Quest for Holiness”.

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After releasing back-to-back books inspired by her mother, titled: “Mom’s Stories” and “Mom’s Saga”, author Heather Randell releases her third publication and this time, it is inspired by a Divine motivation. Randell has dedicated herself to missionary service for over two decades, travelling to and living in numerous countries and continents. Drawing from her own spiritual life, she now shares a profound soul-searching journey in her newly published book, titled: "A Quest for Holiness".

Randell’s book was written due to her desire to spread the Good News that God, the Holy Spirit, can and will raise up a blessed and holy people. The book presents a challenge to people to be transparent about what they are seeking and extends the invitation to risk all in order to experience a love relationship with Jesus and freedom in Christ.

The book aims to answer fundamental questions people may have about their own spiritual life. It addresses questions like: What is holiness? What is a transformed life? Does holiness really exist as an individual experience? The book reiterates that holiness is a synergistic commitment between God and an individual. Holiness is a relational experience.

With simplicity mirroring a spiritual dependence on a loving God, A Quest for Holiness presents a clear and concise elucidation on Biblical truths that may prove to be life-changing. Randell has truly tapped into her own spiritual experiences and reflections through a lifetime of prayer and service, and then shares her realizations and insights in a volume that will help others in their own spiritual journey.

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About the Author

Heather Randell, born in Grand Falls-Windsor, a beautiful town in central Newfoundland, Canada, proudly speaks of being the youngest of 11 children. After having served as a missionary with The Salvation Army from 1985 until 2009, having lived in seven different countries and having travelled extensively on four continents, Randell has taken up writing. It is the author’s hope that this book brings inspiration into readers’ lives.

A Quest for Holiness * by Heather Randell
Publication Date: March 13, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4836-0323-0
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4836-0324-7
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-0325-4

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