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    (PDF DOWNLOAD) [The Encounter] ✓ Stephen Arterburn This is a pleasant Christian story in which a man gets a new perspective on life and we find out what it is like to live in Alaska

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The Ghost Light Kids Get Hooked uReceived this book from Thomas Nelson via Book Sneeze in exchange for my honest review For many getting rid of the anger in our lives means going back to our beginnings to find reasons and ways to forgive For Jonathan Rush it means traveling to Fairbanks Alaska to find the mother who abandoned him when he was four years old Though taking time from his business pursuits is a difficult task for Johnathan it s something he must do if he can get rid of the anger that keeps poppingp when he interacts with others who end p being the brunt of his emotions But after 30 something years how hard will this task be when he doesn t even know who he is looking for Will she still be living Sometimes God has to Intervene is exactly what happens here because things just seem to work out to enable Jonathan to accomplish exactly what he needs to find forgiveness for his mother and himself This successful owner of a major corporation finds a new friend in a reporter in Fairbanks who helps him in his goal Surprising since he avoids reporters with a vengeanceI found The Encounter by Stephen Arterburn an plifting read that made me found The Encounter by Stephen Arterburn an plifting read that made me him on in his task Although the cause of his anger may not be the same as your s or someone you know the methods of overcoming it will be greatly enhanced by reading this example Whether your story is one of abandonment like Jonathan s or perhaps betrayal or has some other cause there are step you can take to rid yourself of anger and find a healthier life of joy and peace The author Stephen Arterburn gives several tips at the end of the book to help you find your way I give the book a full 4 stars for story line and easy readability and helpfulness to others I absolutely LOVED this book It was a short read at only 176 pages but it s packed full of moments that kept me glued to the pages and in just a few hours I was at the last pageI love books about relationships between family members And when those relationships are shattered I love reading about the journey the characters take to make sure there s a healing The relationship between Jonathan and his mother though was very different than any other I ve readI love that Jonathon did what his pastor asked him to do even though it was the last thing he would ever want to do I loved that he opened p to Erica and that his heart began to thaw I loved that he never gave p trying to tell Ada who he really was The journey to get there was very interesting I loved that the book was based in Alaska it added such a different scenario and made the book even better I think than if it had been written anywhere else It was neat how everything seemed to be falling apart and then suddenly came back togetherI think everyone who loves books about relationships will enjoy this book I have yet to share another simple yet feel good reading experience courtesy of BookSneeze I checked my archives and realized that it s been #A WHILE SINCE THE LAST ONE ASIDE FROM THE #while since the last one Aside from the that it takes eons for the books to reach my humble doorstep I sed to wait ntil I ve properly covered a book before I would start reading it Turns

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that this doesn t really a lot I realized that it actually doesn t matter much By instinct I m a really careful book handler so I don t really destroy books even if I start reading them without protection Maybe it was also an automatic response an attempt to reconnect with my past reminisce whatever good times I ve spent with my Mom when I was a little girl covering my school books with plastic can be one Those sweet memories of mine are very much fitting to the this new book I recently finished reading Stephen Arterburn s THE ENCOUNTER is a story about a man named Jonathan Rush who goes on a journey to the place where we was born and nfortunately where his birth mother had abandoned him as far as he knew Jonathan wealthy and successful as he is as a businessman felt the need to do this because amid all the good things he is enjoying in his life there is a void an emptiness that he cannot fill It Looks Like This up no matter what he did There had been than one suicide attempt a collection of drunken and drugged escapades and three failed marriagesnder his belt It was the words of his pastor which finally gave him the push that he needed to go through with his plan to find his birth mother and find out what made her put him p for adoption at the Kellner Children s Home in FairbanksIt was a short read Something that one could actually finish in one sitting like while waiting in line at a doctor s clinic or for your turn at a bills payment center I actually sed Plants Used by the Indians of Mendocino County, California (1902) up two pre bedtime sessions to finish it so that probably gives you an idea The story was simple predictable if I may add But I knew this even before I started reading even before I selected the book so I have no complaints Still it was able to give. Fentil now On a mission to Fairbanks Alaska to Love Show uncover the truth behind his mother’s abandonment when he was only four years old Jonathan comes face to face with hisnresolved bitterness as well as a mysterious woman named Mercy who holds the key to nlocking the secrets of his past Somehow he must convince Mercy to confide in him learn how to forgive his mother and even painful learn how to forgive himself The Encounter from best sell. ,
The EncounterThe message I was hoping it would its readers That each one of s has his or her demons in the past From top us has his or her demons in the past From the top my head I cannot name any one person who can actually claim that he or she had a perfect childhood We all have our resentments We all have our hurts and pains We all have our pent The Riddle of the Yellow Canary up anger towards people who have causeds some form of suffering or sadness That is a fact But what is important is what you do about it Just like any wound deep or otherwise each of those Inside the Asylum unpleasant experiences we ve had will leave scars Some are visible to the naked eye Others are deep within the folds of your skin and your being But the mere fact that we are alive and able to look back at the past is something that we should be thankful for Andsed as a stepladder to finally move on and move p towards a better lifeI have a million scars from my past as well Right now I am far from being healed I wasn t an abandoned child thank goodness but still I have my bad times with my own parents both of them actually I may not feel exactly the same as Jonathan in the story but probably close I had my own issues and stories For now all I ve accomplished is to acknowledge them as real that they really happened and that they shaped me into who I have become I didn t even need any religious affiliation or counselor to do this But I have one Friend Someday I will also learn to let go of everything Not for anyone else but for myself I recommend THE ENCOUNTER for people who are least concerned about surprising endings and elaborate plots in novels but are looking for something very simple yet having just the right recipe to help see things in a different but familiar light For those of you who have lived with daddy issues for years The Encounter will bring you to the brink of tearsJonathon Rush is a wealthy celebrity entrepreneur think Steve Jobs He never knew his mother He grew p in a orphanage Where Poppies Grow until age 9 when a couple adopted him His anger at his mom abated years following the adoption but after his adopted parents died in a violent car wreck the anger re emergedRush is known as someone who can t get a hold of his temper and has been known to completely decimate someone by the blows of his words The anger grewntil Rush could no longer deny it and he attempted to take his life A pastor friend of a friend began to guide him demanding that he go back to Alaska and find his real mom The mission was to figure out why his mother gave him pFrom here we get to hear Rush s side and his mother s side of the story Every word in Arterburn s work of fiction has tension He writes succinctly not wasting a single word and the story is straightforward You won t get many adjectives but there is just enough to give you a poetic picture of Fairbanks Alaska and a picture of each of the character s personality traitsAt the end of the book there s a Solitude and Discussion Guide Normally in fiction I skip those parts but in this case I would make an exception The novel is a teaching tool Forgive or let anger destroy your life I caution those who have left toxic and abusive relationships Forgiveness does not mean reconciliation It means you have stopped being angry at the person who hurt you emotionally or physically If you are enduring daddy issues I would recommend this bookBook given by publisher to review Jonathan Gold Rush as he is famously known is a thirty five year old wealthy entrepreneur with an anger problem It s cost him valuable relationships and almost his life His insistent counselor Pastor Tim has asked that he be willing to delve into his past to help him deal with it heal from it and ltimately and hopefully forgive the mother who abandoned him when he was four years old Reluctantly he goes back to his birthplace Fairbanks AL in the middle of winter to find out about the woman who gave birth to him A journey of pain and secrets awaits him but through a new friend and a woman named Mercy he begins the healing processWhen I saw a fiction novel by Stephen Arterburn I was extremely interested in reading it since I have read several of his non fiction books and found them helpful and interesting I wasn t disappointed by his book The Encounter as it is a helpful and interesting book too The story is a relatable one and is well written although it left me wanting character development from his main characters It has a section in the back of the book for those who are struggling with acceptance and forgiveness of their own That section the truth behind the fiction is compassionately written and delivers beneficial insights into God s teaching through situations in our lives I received this book free from the publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers through the BookSneeze book review bloggers program I was not reuired to write a positive review The opinions I have expressed are my ow. Ing author counselor and speaker Stephen Arterburn artfully reveals the power of your story the fierce need for acceptance and the true hope of healing Discover in its pages the radical joys of forgiveness both toward others as well as from the ltimate healer and forgiver Jesus ChristThrough the truth and hope revealed in this gripping parable learn to step out from the darkness of a painful past and into the healing light of a forgiven future.

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This is a pleasant Christian story in a man gets a new perspective on life and we find out what it is like live in Alask Wow Every once in new perspective on life and we find out what it is like to live in Alask Wow Every once in while you come across a book that causes something inside you to transform This book has done that for meIn my opinion the author Stephen Arterburn is exceptional at relaying a message and conveying emotions and even displaying Christian principles without sermonizing the story What I mean by that is while reading this book I don t feel like I ve been preached too yet I feel the internal warmness of a day at church That s not to say I don t enjoy a good sermon on the contrary But when I m reading fiction I want to be entertained The Encounter is just that Entertaining moving and even life changingThis story is told in two viewpointsThe main viewpoint is that of Jonathan Gold Rush Though a wealthy and famous business man he has battled with inner demons most of his life After a recent suicide attempt Jonathan agrees with A Little Prodding From little prodding from counselor Tim Moser to revisits his birthplace Fairbanks Alaska to face the past that has haunted him for so long He harbors so much anger and hurt toward his mother who abandoned him when he was fourThe second viewpoint is that of Ada Rose Guthrie Jonathan s birth mother She too was troubled by the past Decisions she made long ago sent her life on a different course than she d planned Harboring years of regret and pain she retreated into somewhat of a recluse I highly recommend this book Although it is a fictional story the author reveals it is based on two true stories combined into one The characters are not saccharine or nrealistic They have real problems strong emotions and life long issues that feel authentic This is a short read but the message will stay with you for a long time Disclosure of Material Connection I received this book free from Blogsneeze I was not reuired to write a positive review The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s 16 CFR Part 255 Jonathan Rush was given p for adoption when he was 4 years old He went to an orphan s home in Fairbanks Alaska where he spent several years before he was adopted He has since become a wealthy businessman and along the way married 3 times all of which have failed His anger at his birth mother for not loving him and giving him p for adoption has grown so much that he s even attempted suicide His minister has suggested he go to see if he can find anything about his mother and if she had a reason for giving him away and try to find forgivenessHe arrives in Fairbanks Otis Oldfield unprepared for the winter climate and is met with the rumor that he plans to move his business operation to Alaska He meets a young reporter who asksestions for which he refuses to give answers Before long she convinces him to let her help look for i Predictable plot No richness or depth to characters or storyline I wasn t expecting to like this book as much as I did A book about a middle aged man on a self destructive path having to face past wounds and in the process being met by God sounded just a tad Shack y for my tastes When the synopsis of the book online saidThe Encounter the niue new book from best selling author and counselor Stephen Arterburn is a moving parable involving Jonathan Rush a wealthy and famous entrepreneur who is tortured by bitterness toward his mother who abandoned him when he was four He travels to Alaska to find her but instead meets an enigmatic old woman known only as MercyI just figured that this was a new twist on the same theme meet God in your place of wounding and be healed And that kind of was it but not exactly Actually the story doesn t just follow Jonathan as he searches it also tells the story of Ada the woman who gave him p for adoption when he was four It tells of how she made the choice the regret she had afterwards and the ways she still tried to love him even after giving him Wciv, Volume 1 up for adoption and forfeiting her legal rights to be in her life This then is a story of forgiveness Jonathan learns how to extend grace to his mother SPOILER ALERT The woman he meets named Mercy is in fact his mother Ada Ada also has been walking around in guilt and shame since abandoning her son 31 years later She has to forgive herselfThis story while fictional is based on two true stories One of these stories is reenacted in the climactic scene of this book That is the best part of the book and is a vivid picture of what it means to extend grace to others and the ways in which God extends grace tosI appreciated this book and it certainly caused me to reflect on where I harbor nforgiveness in my heart and what it does to me I think on that level this story illustrates well the dangers of letting bitterness to take root and the experience of grace “Great storytelling from Steve Arterburn Read The Encounter and learn things about yourself that you never knew were there” Andy Andrews New York Times best selling author The Traveler’s Gift and The NoticerThe past can be a dark and haunting place full of secrets and mysteries too deep too painful to confessFor Jonathan Rush a wealthy and famous entrepreneur this is an agonizing and startling reality one he never knew existed in his li.