Xulon Press Author Releases A Women’s Devotional to Help Hear God Speak

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This collection of short stories within a devotional displays our need for the Lord as well as how to respond to Him.

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Cindy Steck recounts several instances of when listening for God prompted her to live boldly in faith.

Cynthia L. Steck’s book The Ear of a Man: Hearing God’s Still Small Voice ($24.99, paperback, 9781545618929; $8.99, e-book, 9781545621486), is available for purchase.

The Ear of a Man: Hearing God’s Still Small Voice is a collection of true short stories depicting how mankind responds to a Holy God. No man is without excuse as God has made Himself known to all. This book reminds readers that stoney hearts long to become hearts of flesh and that the Holy Spirit transforms the human spirit. The Ear of a Man encourages readers to be still, speak Scripture, and shore up thoughts with God's Word, for faith to increase.

Cindy Steck recounts several instances of when listening for God prompted her to live boldly in faith. Characterized as a woman’s devotional, The Ear of a Man describes several Christian attributes that come forth when a person trusts the name of Jesus and realizes God knows everything in our paths. Steck shares examples of how she lived out the Christian life: loving others as Christ does, gaining insight from Christ-like friends and the importance of encouraging words. Steck sees man’s need for the Lord begins first with listening to God’s Word, to the Holy Spirit, and letting God lead the way.

Cindy Steck is also the author of The Tongue of a Woman. She is married to Howard, who has been telling her what she should write for 34 years. Together they talk with God from their porch. They experience laughter and tears imagining what God might be thinking. Cindy is a graduate of Georgia Perimeter College’s Interpreter Training Program and has been an interpreter for over three decades. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois. Together, Cindy and Howie are founders of Mission Mobile.CO, a 501c3 not for profit serving widows, orphans and the working poor. They teach financial courses, support food distribution to pantries throughout the Northwest suburbs of Chicago and minister to young adults who seek life skills and experience.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. The Ear of a Man: Hearing God’s Still Small Voice is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

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