Four in the Garden: A Spiritual Allegory About Trust And Transformation

November 15, 2014|
Four in the Garden: A Spiritual Allegory About Trust And Transformation by Rick Hocker
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2015 READERS' FAVORITE AWARD WINNER.
Newly updated as of June, 2017.
“This book definitely inspired me to trust more fully in God.”
—Pastor Doug McCoy, Pleasant Hill, CA

“A must read for anyone on a spiritual journey.”
?—Richard Rohr, OFM, Founder, Center for Action and Contemplation, Author of 30 books

What if you were the only human made by Creator and He wanted a relationship with you, but you found it difficult to relate to Him? This award-winning book challenges readers to trust in God in spite of our fears and misconceptions. A compelling, emotional, and thought-provoking allegory of one's relationship with God.

To aid contemplation and spiritual growth, Four in the Garden is divided into short thematic chapters and discussion questions are available at the end of the book and at www.rickhocker.com.

On the book's web site, www.rickhocker.com, download a free transcript of a speech by the author on the topic of trusting in God, the main theme of his book, Four in the Garden.

Rick Hocker is a game programmer and artist. In 2004, he sustained a back injury that left him bed-ridden in excruciating pain for six months, followed by a long recovery. He faced the challenges of disability, loss of income, and mounting debt. After emerging from this dark time, he discovered that profound growth had occurred. Three ...
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Title:Four in the Garden: A Spiritual Allegory About Trust And Transformation
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:338 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.7 in
Shipping dimensions:338 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.7 in
Published:November 15, 2014
Publisher:Hocker Press
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780991557707

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