How to get past whatever's holding you back—and start living a whole new story. We all have holes in our lives—those things we lament about ourselves. Those things we allow to define us in ways we don't like. Those things that keep us from living the life God wants for us. But what if you discovered that the holes in your life are really the things that will ultimately make you . . . well, whole? Author and communicator Lisa Whittle knows this all too well. When her world was rocked to the core in a very public way, her faith and whole reason for living were challenged like never before. In that moment, Lisa was confronted by the holes in her spiritual life. And what she learned not only changed her life, but could bring great possibilities to yours. In Whole, Lisa calls you to take an honest look at your holes, discover how to fill them with God's presence, and get to a real and vibrant place of wholeness instead. In her trademark bold, compassionate, and relatable voice, Lisa takes you on a transformational journey of understanding who you really are . . . and what you were born to be and do.
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"Using a play on words--"hole" versus "whole"--Whittle delivers her own work with painful honesty. In crisp, clear diction she focuses on three areas of life that commonly have "holes": religion, roles, and experiences. Matching voice to mood, she portrays her transformational healing journey, richly recounting how God spun the things she most disliked about herself into healing and complete wholeness. Her characterization of how God was the hammer and she was the nail He hammered brings tears. As she describes her feelings and struggles at pivotal moments in her life, her voice captures the emotions of her journey. Ultimately, she learns to draw close to God, accept His love and grace, and become the woman He created her to be. G.W. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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