John Mark Hicks Has Mapped Out a Guided Journaling Experience for Those Who Want to Process Loss and Grief Through Writing . . .
For each chapter in Anchors for the Soul, the Journal Provides . . .
JOHN MARK HICKS has taught at institutions affiliated with Churches of Christ since 1982, including Harding School of Theology from 1991 to 2000 and Lipscomb University from 2000 to the present, where he is currently a professor of Theology. He has authored or co-authored more than a dozen books and contributed articles to several books and periodicals, both academic and popular. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Jennifer, and together they share five living children and two deceased. They also have six grandchildren.
Utilize Chad Harrington’s list of disciple-making books for groups, including practical information, reader demographics, and theological screening. The following disciple-making books are my top book… Read more »
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