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From this widely popular writer and songwriter comes another wonderful collection of nearly forty essays filled with humor, sharp wit, optimism and wisdom. Combining personal experience with the professional insights of a minister and therapist, Barnhouse beckons us to let go of regrets and worries about the future and, instead, surrender to life. “It doesn’t look very cool. But sometimes sitting down is the only clear thing to do. A wonderful mentor used to say: ‘Don’t just do something, stand there.’” Barnhouse’s empowering faith in family, friends and one’s self is what we need to weather life’s struggles. Includes a foreword by Pat Jobe, author of 365 Ways to Criticize the Preacher.