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How to Walk on Water

A Christian's Survival Guide for Going through Trials

by Renee Milton


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/29/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 254
ISBN : 9781490878515
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 254
ISBN : 9781490878522

About the Book

Are you struggling with faith because your problems feel like they will never end? Are you having trouble seeing the light at the end of the tunnel? Do you need help with spiritual growth? How to Walk on Water gets to the root of why so many Christians miss the life lessons that God is trying to teach. It offers thoughts and tips to help Christians get spiritual gold out of their trials. Through the lens of her own life and spiritual growth, the author uses her personal story and counseling examples to show how God can take you from the prison of trials to the palaces of victory. We often feel weak and struggle to survive while waiting on God to change our circumstances. We face depression and loss of hope during turbulent times. How to Walk on Water is a reminder that God never forgets us and that soaring above our tribulations doesn’t always mean happy feelings. Soaring means having strong enough wings to hold steady against the wind.


About the Author

Renee Milton holds an MA in theological studies and is an ordained minister, speaker, and writer with over twenty years of experience in spiritual counseling. She and her husband, Gino, have frequently enjoyed sharing the highs and lows of their life experiences to help others with personal struggles. Renee led an extensive ministry with over 200 women at her local congregation for ten years using discussion groups and seminars to meet the needs of Christian women. From 1996 to 2010, Renee was a frequent speaker on the “Gospeltime” Radio Broadcast (WYLL 1160 AM), which is heard over a four-state area. Renee currently serves as an associate minister at the Church of God in Joliet, Illinois and recently received an honorary doctorate for her ministry. She and her husband have been married for twenty-six years and have three children.