Can healing be chronically received?
Everyone needs a healing touch, whether in a physical, soulful, or spiritual way. While there can be frustration in facing a chronic issue, hope can be yours in the waiting. Sharing from her personal journey of living with Type 1 diabetes (which is incurable, humanly speaking), Courtney Cohen, author of Refining Identity, reveals how God has manifested healing throughout her life, in the very midst of this disease.
Discussion Guide to help you dive in deeper – perfect for individuals and groups.
Practical tools for healthy living you can immediately apply as you grow in stewarding your body and soul to more fully honor God.
Although each story is unique, the truth of God’s hope and healing exist in every circumstance. He wants to meet you in your present reality – bringing very real healing to your life, from the inside out. Discover God’s plan for your personal, chronic healing.
What Leaders Are Saying About Chronic Healing…
In Chronic Healing, Courtney Cohen masterfully weaves genuine biblical teaching into her personal story of fighting against disease. Whatever challenges lie ahead for you, her doubts and fears will resonate with your own. The person facing diffi cult days ahead where questions loom large and reasons seem soft-will fi nd her answers soothing to the soul, like a deep well in a dry land. This book should rest on the shelf of any person who confronts trouble.
Robb Brewer PhD – Equipping Pastor Gateway Church
If you need a healing touch in your life – in your body, soul, or spirit – this book is for you! You will be challenged and encouraged as Courtney shares about the hope of Jesus and the miracles in her life even while waiting on her miracle. If you are searching to know more, you will not be disappointed! Chronic Healing will inspire you!
Amy Ford – Founder of Embrace Grace & Author of A Bump In Life
Chronic Healing will help anyone who needs to be encouraged by a life-changing diagnosis. Courtney’s transparent stories of failure and victory flow from a mature walk with Jesus. She presents a biblical approach to praying through different challenges and stages of managing a lifelong change in diet, exercise, and medication. As a family member of someone who has Type 1 diabetes, I highly recommend this book.
Jill Monaco – Founder of Single Matters & Jill Monaco Ministries
Courtney Cohen’s testimony regarding her journey, after being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, imparts outstanding insight to those who are facing trials and health challenges. Her desire to help those who are walking through difficulties and struggles, along with her tremendous heart for God, shines through the pages of her book. You will be strengthened and encouraged as she shares her story and the discoveries she has made while listening to and responding to the promptings of the Spirit of God. Through Chronic Healing, you will gain knowledge and understanding that will assist you in your personal journey to living a victorious life.
Gaye Moss – Author of God’s Amazing Love & Walking In Victory
The moment I heard the title of Courtney Cohen’s latest book, Chronic Healing: Hope and Healing for Body, Soul, & Spirit, I understood exactly what she was getting at. Many of us live in the crux of believing God heals yet finding ourselves daily in a fight for our health. Courtney transparently shares her journey of learning to embrace the beauty of a life dependent upon the daily deliverance and healing of Jesus Christ. She reminded me that in the midst of my own battle for my health and wholeness, Christ is faithful and that I can count on Him to meet me right where I am. If you or someone you love struggles with chronic illness, discouragement or fear, you will find hope, healing and strength in the words of this book.
Jan Greenwood – Pastor, Pink Gateway Women & Author of Women at War
For Courtney Cohen, everything comes down to two questions: Who is God? And, who has He designed us to be? Whether she’s writing, speaking, or homeschooling her children, these questions propel her forward. Author of Refining Identity, Courtney passionately pursues helping others come to know the I AM as their closest Friend. She’s married to Steve, her most radical supporter, who also keeps her real. They have two children who, simultaneously, bless her socks off and keep her on her toes. Courtney and her family live in Texas.
Stay in touch with Courtney at her blog, IAM.NowFound.org.
To invite Courtney to speak at your organization, church, or event, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Along with Scripture verses and true stories of teens in action, The Power of a Praying® Teen addresses key issues young people face, includingpuritypeer pressureinsecuritybody/self-imagefriendships
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All managers, whether brand new to their positions or well established in the corporate hierarchy, can use a little "brushing up" now and then. The skills-based Briefcase Books series is filled with ideas and strategies to help managers become more capable, efficient, effective, and valuable to their corporations.
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