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There is hope for you! 

How do you cope, let alone rebuild your life, after a series of trials, stressful difficulties, and traumatic experiences? Is there life after tragedy? How do you move forward into a meaningful life filled with purpose and destiny? 

Noted author, James. W. Goll, takes us on his personal journey of facing three bouts with cancer, the death of his beloved spouse, becoming a single parent, overwhelming debt, intense sorrow, being left with many profound questions - all while being exposed to public scrutiny as he carried on a global ministry. James shares his story and unpacks wisdom gained when the bottom fell out of his world. 

In Tell Your Heart to Sing Again, learn how you can: 

  • Catch the little foxes that lead to downward spirals 
  • Navigate through the stages of forced change 
  • Maintain your faith that God is good no matter what comes 
  • Never, never, never give up 
  • Become a hope ambassador, and much more 

Deeply personal and intensely practical, Tell Your Heart to Sing Again will give you useful tools, whether for you or someone you love. You can rediscover life after tragedy!

©2020 James W. Goll (P)2020 BroadStreet® Publishing Group, LLC

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