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Publisher's Summary

What does a dream sound like? "The first time the sound of a dream slammed hard in the center of my spirit was almost a decade ago. It's the sound that has led me on the journey whose threads are pulled through this book, an intimate pilgrimage, often ironically nomadic, that I've struggled to comprehend; it's been unlike anything else I've ever known. It happened in a coffee shop during my 30th year, and in less than two hours it caused me to listen to my life anew."
In this memoir writer and speaker Suanne Camfield writes of the varied dreams that she has pursued over the course of her life. With captivating and eloquent stories and concepts, she guides us through what it feels like to have a stirring deep inside of us and how God guides and shapes us through that sense of calling. This is not a book primarily about vocation or even discernment. It is a book about being a dreamer who is shaped by God. It is about having the wisdom and courage to step into the places of our most vulnerable longing.
©2017 eChristian (P)2017 eChristian
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2 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 12-06-17

More metaphors than the law should allow!

Whatever the message of the book was, got lost in the metaphors. Heard a recommendation for this book on a radio broadcast. It must have been a marketing ploy.

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