Cries from the Heart: Stories of Struggle and Hope
by Johann Christoph Arnold
Publisher: Plough Publishing House 2004
Number of pages: 217
Arnold recounts numerous stories from his work as a pastoral counselor to demonstrate the power of prayer. Arnold tells these anecdotes to demonstrate how meaning in life is often found during times of despair and suffering.
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