MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB)
April 07, 2021
“Awake Anew: Living as the True You”: a brilliant tool to unraveling one’s potentials from within and bringing out their true self. “Awake Anew: Living as the True You” is the creation of published author Dr. Therese McFarlane, an inspirational writer and conference speaker. She is a pastor at the Healing Place Global Church and a mentor to ministry leaders and young adults.
Dr. McFarlane shares, “Awake Anew: Living as the True You is a vehicle of affirmation for purpose-driven men and women whose journey of spiritual maturity has intersected with relational losses and rejection.
“It escorts readers through the journey of self-actualization by depicting the phases of change that takes place in the evolution of becoming. It combines the spiritual and psychological aspects of transformation that sequentially unfolds in the process of spiritual maturation.
“Awake Anew: Living as the True You helps you to understand where you are in your spiritual evolution in purpose and connects you to the pathway of perspective as you become the you that you truly are within. At certain points in the process, you recognize God’s divine orchestration and that He also supplies the necessary emotional and spiritual support required to endure and fulfill every phase of change. The most anticipated phase is where you encounter Him and He affirms you as His own. You become fully you—the new and true you.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Dr. Therese McFarlane’s new book brings the readers into a wonderful journey that will guide them towards the light of Christ, where one can be their truest self as He takes them into His grace and home.
View a synopsis of “Awake Anew: Living as the True You” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase “Awake Anew: Living as the True You” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Awake Anew: Living as the True You,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.
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