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Has your walk with Christ become a duty rather than a passion?
If you want to build a ship, don?t just gather men to collect wood, divide the work and give orders. Rather, teach them to long for the immensity of the sea.
“Susan Sutton takes us beyond a sense of obligation and responsibility in the Christian life to give us a “vision of the deep.'”Antoine de Saint-Exupry
If you are dissatisfied with surface living, join Susan in this life-altering venture to lose yourself in the fathomless depths of Jesus Christ. Warmly and pertinently, Sutton shares her own testimony of growth? how God brought her from spiritual self-effort to an understanding of His lordship and, step by step, into the increasing fullness of His grace. Using examples from her early Christian life as well as her missionary experience in the country of Chad, she highlights the satisfaction of being hidden in Christ.
About the Author-
Susan Scott Sutton and her husband Louis are missionaries with WEC International (Worldwide Evangelization for Christ). They served thirteen years in Chad, Africa, and were former co-directors at WEC’s United States sending base in Ft Washington, Pennsylvania and currently serve in a senior leadership position in the mission internationally. In earlier years, Susan worked on staff at InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She is the author of A Quiet Center and A Sure Path (devotional books on Christian living), “Sun Song,” a bedtime story for children, and several published articles and poems. Susan and Louis have three adult children.