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The Restoration Project

by Christopher H. Martin

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"So much in our lives has obscured our God-given beauty. The integrity of the likeness of God has broken apart, the foundation has not been firm. We have tried to fix things and often made it even worse, and the environment in which we live can be toxic, violent, and aggressive."
The Restoration Project explores The Twelve Steps of Humility, the heart of The Rule of Saint Benedict, revealing how this ancient guide leads to wisdom, strength, and love. The book weaves prayer, poetry, and art with contemporary stories of brokenness, joy, and discovery to guide the reader to a place of spiritual renewal. The book is a cornerstone of a national initiative, also called The Restoration Project.
This important work is the perfect guide for both individuals and group study.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:30 -0400)

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