Listening to Love

Paperback $16.99

Sep 21, 2004 | 256 Pages

Ebook $12.99

May 04, 2011 | 256 Pages

  • Paperback $16.99

    Sep 21, 2004 | 256 Pages

  • Ebook $12.99

    May 04, 2011 | 256 Pages


“Jan’s unique voice offers us a bold invitation to imagine what our lives would look like if we trusted in a God whose greatest gift to us is Love, not answers. With patient and wise insight, Jan takes the risk of letting us into her own life, and in the process helps us remove the obstacles that stand in the way of embracing the Love we’ve always longed for. This book is for anyone who hungers for more of God.”
–Kathy Troccoli, speaker, singer, and co-author of Falling in Love with Jesus

“God is speaking, always. He invites us to hear, but the noise around us and in us keeps his voice tuned low enough to ignore. I know I need to listen, but I need more than merely being told to do so. Jan Meyers tenderly invites us to consider what we fear we may hear and helps us enter the sweet hope even in hard words. From her own suffering, she speaks of the light of his fierce kindness. What I promise from this book is that God’s voice will not remain dim or slight but that in hearing his passion your joy will grow beyond measure. Thank you, Jan, for listening to God and speaking light and life for us.”
–Dan B. Allender, Ph.D., president, Mars Hill Graduate School, author of The Wounded Heart and The Healing Path

“Jan Meyers is a friend and colleague whose willingness to open her heart to the larger romance Christ has been telling since before the world’s foundation has wooed countless men and women closer to the heart of Christ–myself included.”
–The late Brent Curtis, co-author of The Sacred Romance

“Jan Meyers has written a realistic, earthy, and above all, practical, guide on how to recognize the voice of God in the midst of all the other voices clamoring for our attention. And she has done it in plain English, free from all the pious code-words that speak only to the initiate. She gently helps us discard the masks, blinders, and earplugs we commonly use to keep a loving God from entering deeply into our hearts.”
–William Frey, bishop, and author of The Dance of Hope

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