What if there was a way to peel back the broken and tattered pieces of ourselves, and uncover a new life of freedom, adventure, and transformation? For many of us, our misconceptions about the nature and character of the triune...
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What if there was a way to peel back the broken and tattered pieces of ourselves, and uncover a new life of freedom, adventure, and transformation? For many of us, our misconceptions about the nature and character of the triune God have kept us from the freedom and joy found in our true identity in Christ. Damaging cycles of shame and the endless effort to look the part keep us trapped in drama and fear. Unable to grasp the paradox of a God who is both Lion and Lamb, we end up feeling alone, stuck on the banks of the river while a life of passion and adventure beckons. Using stories of transformation, Paradox Lost presents a framework for understanding our patterns of ?stuckness? and provides specific tools for getting off the riverbanks and into the current. With life-giving insight into God's nature, readers will find the courage to uncover their own wounded places, as well as invite others to experience the wholeness of abundant life in Christ.
Catherine "Katie" Skurja was an elementary school and preschool teacher for 13 years before completing a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from George Fox University and a Certificate of Spiritual Formation from George Fox Evangelical Seminary (GFES). Katie is an adjunct professor at GFES in the Spiritual Formation and Development track, and also maintains a private practice. In 2004, she and her husband, Jim, founded Imago Dei Ministries with a vision to help people face the places of deep fear and shame in their lives, and learn to live in their Imago Dei. The material in Paradox Lost h