In his newest book, Father Jonathan leads us on a spiritual journey through one of the most beloved prayers of our day, The Serenity Prayer. Do you need the courage to change the things you can? Do you need Serenity to accept the things you cannot change? Do you need wisdom to know the difference? In this book, Father Jonathan teaches us how to live all three of these, day in and day out. Through moving narratives, illuminating historical anecdotes, and pertinent Biblical passages, he demonstrates the life-changing experience of using The Serenity Prayer as an instrument to grow closer to God and receive from him the peace and happiness we all seek.
Father Morris peels back the layers of questions that arise when someone asks the question "why me?" Father Morris delves into how to be healed from the spiritual, emotional, and even physical scars left behind by suffering. He offers six principles for living a free life, that is, a life free of the fear that God is not there for us
Father Morris challenges the wisdom espoused by New Age self - help experts with the time-tested counsel found in the Bible. Readers who may have sought solace in popular self-help books will be enthralled by Morris's moving argument about the enduring spiritual succor awaiting in Scripture.
Fr. Jonathan Morris Calls Us to Be the Light of the WorldIn 1945, Father James Keller saw a world at war, the beginnings of the cold war, and divisions at home. He was a man who believed that against all odds one person could make a difference - so he started a grass-roots movement called The Christophers - literally "Christ-bearers" - in the belief that each individual has a role in bringing hope and change to a troubled world. Here, in his new book Light in the Darkness, Fr. Johnathan brings you eight of the core teachings of Fr. Keller, along with his own insights, showing us how they relate to us today. -A Sense of Purpose -The Power of Love -Sharing the Faith -The Witness of Life -Pray Always -Becoming Like Christ -Living as a Christian -Trusting God Fr. Johnathan believes that now is the time for each of us to realize our own roles, and become "Christophers" in the world we live in today.