With total book sales of more than 200,000 copies, spiritual teacher Robert J. Wicks brings his characteristic warmth and insight to his newest book, No Problem: Turning the Next Corner in Your Spiritual Life, an “inner workshop” for the soul. He shows readers that personal transformation is attainable through a simple, day-by-day process of identifying and turning the next corner of his or her spiritual life.
For Robert Wicks, forward motion in the spiritual life is “no problem.” All it takes is the right perspective and a little bit of knowledge—both of which he provides through his book’s three-part structure: twenty lessons, three doorways, and thirty daily exercises. Wicks’s twenty lessons are bite-sized and practical, and he shows how the two great commandments (love God, love others) and the parable of the Good Samaritan form doorways to spiritual riches. In part three, Wicks provides the tools and coaching for readers to conduct their own inner workshops. In these thirty spiritual exercises, Wicks invites his readers to acknowledge, accept, and start where they are, employing simple practices and assuring that God’s grace will carry them around the next spiritual corner.
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Trim size: 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Imprint: Sorin Books
“Perfect for anyone who tries daily to live the faith.”
“This book is perfect for anyone who tries daily to live the faith in the fullest sense but too often gets caught up in the chaos of life around us.”
Mary DeTurris Poust
Author of Cravings
“Spiritual writing at its best.”
“No Problem is filled with fresh insights to help us around and over the gritty road bumps of everyday life. This is spiritual writing at its best—firmly grounded in the wisdom figures of the past and present and psychologically informed with the best of holistic thinking.”
Author of Notes from the Underground
“Gentle, wise, and sensible advice.”
“Gentle, wise, and sensible advice from an experienced spiritual guide to help you find God in all that you do, and in all that you are—and will be.”
Rev. James Martin, S.J.