About the Book

About the Book

Teaching Faith without PREACHING Faith

A book to help encourage you or someone in your life who you love dearly to move closer to their faith in God without scaring everyone away with too much preaching.

Starting This Journey Doesn’t Have To Be Difficult. Even When You’re Ready To Find A Way To Work Through Your Faith In God To Achieve Stability And Confidence, It May Feel Discouraging:
  • You’re frustrated because you believe in God yet haven’t figured out how to connect with your faith to help you effectively manage your personal challenges.

  • You have doubts because you have never considered turning to God for help before and don’t quite know how to approach faith.

  • You’re becoming anxious because you know you are repeating destructive behaviors and are looking for help to escape from these habits.

  • You want to become a spiritually driven person yet have doubts and fear that it is socially unacceptable within your circle of friends.

This book can also serve as a useful resource for…

  • Parents, legal guardians, relatives, or friends of children 15+.

  • Anyone 15+ to seniors curious to learn more about faith and how it can help them.

  • Anyone who might be struggling or is confused about life and is considering turning to faith to find answers and solutions to their concerns.

  • Those who manage church programming including presentations, programs, or small group discussions for adults as well as high school or college students.

  • Organizations that work with troubled youth, addiction clinics, recovery programs, and faith-based retreats.
  • Magazine or blog editors who would like to excerpt a chapter to use for their messages.

  • Conference and event planners looking for speakers – keynote, workshop, or breakout session.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Dedication
  • Words to Live By
  • Chapter 1 – Thinking Eternally
  • Chapter 2 – Artificial Intelligence, the New Shepherd
  • Chapter 3 – As Your World Shrinks
  • Chapter 4 – Keeping Your Pants Up
  • Chapter 5 – The Necessity to Love Yourself as You Are
  • Chapter 6 – Sports Parents
  • Chapter 7 – Having Class
  • Chapter 8 – Taking a Knee for What Is Right
  • Chapter 9 – Pain and How We Deal with It
  • Chapter 10 – Celebrities and Growing Up
  • Chapter 11 – People Who Abandon Their Children
  • Chapter 12 – The Double-Edged Sword of Revenge
  • Chapter 13 – Marriage -Taking the Plunge
  • Chapter 14 – The Importance of Understanding Why and What You Believe In
  • Chapter 15 – Addiction
  • Chapter 16 – A prayer Card?!
  • Chapter 17 – The Grass Is Never Greener on the Other Side
  • Chapter 18 – Pass on the Pop-Porn, Please!
  • Chapter 19 – The Atheist(s) in Your Life
  • Chapter 20 – Conclusion – The Three Why Nots

Book reviews

This book was both informative and enjoyable to read. It provides relatable and easily understandable spiritual guidance for everyday problems, without being preachy or overwhelming. I highly recommend it.

Mary Williams