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Book Title: Mending of a Broken Heart: The Nature of Meaning and the Purpose That Gives Life Hope|
The author of the book: James Michael Castleton
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Edition: WestBow Press
Date of issue: September 1st 2016
ISBN 13: 9781512748444
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Are you struggling to find meaning in your life? Understand your true purpose and forge a path from heartache to hope.
Has personal disappointment turned you into a doubter? Does God feel distant, uninterested or uncaring? Do you feel out of touch with His love? An award-winning physician, Dr. James Michael Castleton has helped countless patients. Now he offers his insight, hard-earned from his own hardships and spiritual journey, and those of his patients, to help you in yours.
In a series of spiritual meditations, journal entries, theological commentary, and memoir, Mending of a Broken Heart translates timeless Biblical teaching into the practical principles you need to live a more deeply satisfying life and find the contentment you desire.
In Mending of a Broken Heart, you’ll discover how to:
- Find meaning in every moment
- Find deep satisfaction through giving of yourself to others
- Tell the difference between happiness and meaning
- Navigate through times of suffering with grace and godliness
- Understand God’s love in a way that rejuvenates your relationships, and more!
Walk with a gentle guide as he shows you how to surmount hardship and emerge stronger in spirit, heart, and hope. If you enjoy the searching reflections of Henri Nouwen, transcendent journeys like The Shack, and poetic reflections, then you’ll love Castleton’s uplifting book.
Get Mending of a Broken Heart today and see your life in a new light!
“His insight … rings humbly and true … Rich in metaphor, Mending of a Broken Heart is heartfelt, poetic, and beautifully written, offering wise reflections on the nature of life, death, suffering, and trying to find our way through an often-challenging world. Readers of Robert Wicks, C.S. Lewis, and Henri Nouwen, will find much to appreciate here.”
— BlueInk Reviews
“graceful” … “an elegant and weighty theological memoire.”
“A search for answers to timeless questions leads to enlivening theology from a lay perspective … Familiar concepts are eloquently drawn to show the need for God … Nearly aphoristic gems reveal a talent for distilling complexity. The theme of agape … build[s] a case for seeing others from a radical perspective … God is portrayed in the multifaceted and challenging way that the topic deserves.”
— ForeWord Clarion
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Read information about the authorJames Castleton was born in Los Angeles, California, and grew up in humble but wholesome circumstances. The beauty in those circumstances left a lifelong impression that a life rich with significance is likely to be the one lived on the simplest terms--one that contains nothing less than is required and nothing more than it ought.
Dr. Castleton received his training in medicine and behavioral science at Stanford, Harvard, Yale and Oxford University. He is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology and National Heart Institute and a master physician and laureate of the American Board of Cardiology.
"Mending of a Broken Heart" speaks to the intersection of faith with the psychology of meaning.
James enjoys sunrise photography, poetry, hiking in the high country of the Sierra Nevada, and quiet moments with his beloved H.