God Invites You to Coauthor Your Future.
It Starts with Reading Your Past.
In this companion workbook to Dr. Dan Allender’s groundbreaking book To Be Told, you will find practical, easy-to-follow exercises to help you explore and embrace the stories of your life. The exercises inside will equip you to:
·recall past experiences and find the meaning God has written there
·understand how individual events fit into the bigger themes of your life
·write down your stories in a way that reflects God’s authorship of your life
·identify the passions that drive you, and see how God uses them to guide you into the future
·tell your story in a way that brings glory to God and reveals him to others
Learn how to read and study your story, and then start telling it to others. God invites you to co-author with him the rest of your life’s story–a story that opens up your future and glorifies God.
About the Author
Dr. Dan B. Allender received his MDiv from Westminster Theological Seminary and his PhD in Counseling Psychology from Michigan State University.
Dan taught in the Biblical Counseling Department of Grace Theological Seminary for seven years (1983-1989). From 1989-1997 Dan worked as professor in the Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling program at Colorado Christian University Denver Colorado. Currently Dan serves as Professor of Counseling Psychology and President at Mars Hill Graduate School (MHGS.edu) in Seattle Washington.
He travels and speaks extensively to present his unique perspective on sexual abuse recovery love and forgiveness worship and other related topics. He is the author of The Wounded Heart (NavPress) and has coauthored four books with Dr. Tremper Longman III Intimate Allies (Tyndale) The Cry of the Soul (NavPress) Bold Love (NavPress) and Breaking the Idols of Your Heart (IVP). Dan and his wife Rebecca have three children and live in Seattle Washington.
"This is a book worth reading. Because this is a journey worth taking. To know who you are. To make sense of your life. To discover the role God is giving you in His story. That is a life worth living. Thank you, Dan, for a wonderful book!"
--John Eldredge, bestselling author of Wild at Heart