Write Your Life With Grace, Fruit of the Spirit Guided Journal
Twelve Character Traits.
Twelve Months of Grace.
Bring peace to your life with this beautifully designed journal based on the nine fruit of the Spirit plus three extra disciplines:
Gratitude. Forgiveness. Love. Joy. Peace. Patience. Kindness. Goodness. Faithfulness.
Gentleness. Self-control. Humility.
Write Your Life With Grace, Fruit of the Spirit Guided Journal is an interactive journal to develop twelve character traits for twelve months of grace with charming artwork, inspiring quotations, deep questions, and unique verses. This one-of-a-kind journal gives real tools, not fluff, to harmonize your inner life with your outer life.
The journal guides readers through the necessary spiritual growth and character development needed to heal and improve relationships.
Presented in full-color, stationary-like pages from artist Katie Roen, each month lingers on its own discipline for quiet discovery and implementation. Weekly concepts prompt personal, emotional, and spiritual wisdom while offering the reader real-life applications to apply the twelve character traits to their daily life.
Change is possible through the fruit of the Spirit, because life isn’t about what you do; it’s who you are while you’re doing it.
Fill in the blanks in this beautiful, guided journal and you will literally write your life with grace.
No Arms, No Legs, No Problem
Bob Lujano and Tara Schiro
Others would quit. He kept going.
Bob Lujano captured the nation’s attention in 1979 because of his mind blowing response to tragedy. For seventeen years, the headlines sounded the same no matter the year or the paper: “…achieves goals despite disability…middle name is courage…gutsy kid beats odds…” Now for the first time, Bob chronicles his unbelievable journey from choosing life as a quad amputee, to winning a bronze medal at the Paralympics, co-starring in Murderball, and living a life full of gratitude and hope.
By age nine, Bob had already seen the ugly side of life. His mom abandoned them, his dad ruled with a belt, and his grandfather controlled with a fist. As if that wasn’t enough, he then contracted a nearly fatal form of meningitis that called for the removal of all four limbs and visits to the burn unit. While in a coma, a mysterious visitor gave him the choice to live—without the life he had planned—or die.