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Healing Waters (Sullivan Crisp, #2) When Life Seems To Conspire Against You, How Do You Find The Courage To Dive Into Healing Waters When Lucia Coffey Looks At Her Reflection, She Sees Fat And Failure When She Looks At Her Sister Sonia, She Sees Svelte And Success When She Looks At God, She Sees That Divine Love Can T Possibly Be Doled Out Equally All Her Life, Lucia Has Coped By Throwing Herself Into Taking Care Of Those Who Seem Worthy Of God S Goods, And Feeding The Dreams She Has Buried Alive.But When Tragedy Strikes Lucia S Family, She Meets Sullivan Crisp A Decidedly Offbeat Psychologist Who Is Trying To Cope With His Own Shattered Past They Form An Alliance To Try To Hold Her Family Together And, In The Process, Both Tentatively Dip Their Toes Into The Waters Of Healing Step By Faltering Step They Wade In, Forging An Unlikely Community And Digging Deep For The Courage To Face A Lurking Danger That Could Pull Them Under Or Remind Them What It S Like To Dance On The Waves.


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10 thoughts on “Healing Waters (Sullivan Crisp, #2)

  1. says:

    Finished this one last night This these so far are good reads They do a good job of dealing with lives in general and opening Christian insights specifically I ll get a littlepersonal here than I did in my review of the first book Man


  2. says:

    I didn t like it quite as much as Healing Stones, but it was enjoyable nonetheless The characters were intriguing, and the story line was thought provoking I enjoyed going through the healing process spiritually and emotionally with Lucia, th


  3. says:

    I listened to this as an audiobook It seemed a little slow getting into the story, but by the end I was having trouble waiting until the next installment I listen during my commute As a person who has struggled with weight all my life, I was instantl


  4. says:

    Nancy Rue s engaging prose, realistic dialogue and storytelling acumen, combined with Stephen Arterburn s knowledge of psychology and experience as a counselor, make for fiction which is difficult to put down.


  5. says:

    I really liked this book I liked the 1st book in the series a little bit better, but this one was still good too It was a surprise toward the end when I found out who blew up the plane Wasn t expecting that.


  6. says:

    There s a boatload of hurt and pain in this book but also much healing, as the title suggests I loved this book It s quite different from most of the Christian fiction I ve read I didn t find it to be preachy, which I liked It s a book I think lots of us can relate to in on


  7. says:

    Wow This is the first book to bring tears to my eyes in a year This book was not at all what I was expecting, but exactly what I needed.


  8. says:

    Real stories about life and God


  9. says:

    I love this 3 book series It is one of my go to books when I am not sure what to read next.


  10. says:

    Oh mananother great book I loved that this book explainedabout sully s life before I felt there was a lot going on in this one tho A lot of devastating things happened back to back I did enjoy watching eyes open to who God really is


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