These books were prayerfully written to encourage you in your prayer life:
I Choose Life (Janet Lynn Eriksson) – God loved me too much to give me an instant healing from cancer. Instead, He healed me from the inside out.
Renewing (Janet Lynn Eriksson) – Words from my healing journals with God, as I walked through my first season of inner healing and learned to hear His voice.
It Takes a Spark: Your Step-By-Step Guide to Kindling the Fire of Intercessory Prayer in Your Church (Janet Lynn Eriksson) – If you feel called to begin or grow a ministry of intercessory prayer in your church, this book will walk you through from A to Z.
When All Is Lost: A Personal Story of 9/11 Trauma and the Healing Power of Christ (Janet Lynn Eriksson) – My testimony of how Jesus healed me of deep trauma in the aftermath of tragedy and restored my heart and life with peace and joy.
Journal through the Old Testament (Janet Lynn Eriksson) – Created especially for Christian writers, but also perfect for those who want to pray and journal through the Bible, this book focuses on passages from each book of the Old Testament and offers a writing prompt for each lesson.
My Christian Spiritual Legacy Journal (Janet Lynn Eriksson) – A write-in journal with 50 prompts to help you share your spiritual legacy with those you love.
To learn more or to purchase any of the above titles, please visit my Amazon Author Page.
I am also excited to introduce my friend, Kerri Pulliam Johnson, who has authored these wonderful books on inner healing and transformation:
Symphony of Heart & Mind: Helping You Express Emotions and Think under Pressure (Kerri Pulliam Johnson) – Could you imagine living your life in black and white instead of full color? Could you imagine only living out of half of who you are? Many of us who are born with tender hearts decide at a young age that this world is too cruel for us. We aren’t taught how to navigate our kind-heartedness, and so we just hide who we are a little at a time. We tuck our hearts away. Even worse, for some of us, we unknowingly build permanent fortresses around our heart to seemingly keep it safe from others. As we grow, we forget our heart is locked away. We find ourselves confused and frustrated when we can’t express our emotions or our love for others. We are perfectly capable of thinking of how we should feel or analyzing our affections. But we become overwhelmed when we need to feel our emotions or, better yet, express them. We stammer and struggle for words to express our feelings. Anger seems to be the only emotion we can access. If that is you, you may have disconnected your heart from your mind. If so, there is an answer, and it’s in the process of reconnecting your mind with your heart. And this book can help you do that.
Are You Feeling Stuck? Captivity Is a Real Place (Kerri Pulliam Johnson) – Have you ever felt like you have incredible talents, gifts, and promises that you just can’t seem to tap into? Do you ever feel like you are called to do greater exploits than you do? Do you realize there is a spiritual phenomenon that can actually block you and keep you from stepping into the fullness of your identity? Yes! We can think of this phenomenon as spiritual captivity. If you feel stuck in spiritual captivity because of trauma or wounding earlier in your life, this book walks you through the process of inviting Jesus to set you free.
You can learn more about Kerri and her ministry by visiting Transformations.