Blind Spots: What You Don't See Can Hurt You

Coming February 18, 2019

Blind spots in our lives are responsible for most obstacles in spiritual growth, and we all have them. In Blind Spots by Tim Riddle and Fil Anderson, readers learn how to discover, expose, identify, and avoid blind spots to become more like Jesus, remembering the Holy Spirit is the revealer and healer of all blind spots.

Progressive sanctification includes removing blind spots, so we can see clearly what God sees. This spiritual growth book is designed for all followers of Christ who want to become more like Jesus—knowing God, themselves, and one another in a transformational way. Riddle and Anderson teach readers that removing blind spots is challenging work that requires action.

By drawing on stories in Scripture and personal experience, the coauthors of Blind Spots invite readers to engage in an approachable, logical conversation about what blind spots are, why they exist, how to identify and remove them, how to keep them from returning, and how to point them out in others. Readers will find tangible, biblical solutions to the problem of blind spots, cultivating a desire for godliness and a greater appreciation for the Spirit’s work in their own lives.

In this practical resource full of biblical wisdom, Riddle and Anderson aim to lovingly guide readers toward spiritual growth to live fully and freely as God’s dearly loved, completely forgiven, and forever free daughters and sons.

Author

Tim Riddle, MDiv, is the CEO of Discover Blind Spots (discoverblindspots.com), whose mission is to help leaders of corporations, churches, and non-profits address blind spots within their organizations. Most leaders are consumed with the day to day and feel inadequate and overwhelmed to address these issues. Having been the Executive Pastor of St. Mark’s Church and the founder and CEO of Riddle & Company, a specialty textile company, (both in Burlington, NC), Tim combines leadership skills, strategic gifts, and a pastoral heart that allow DBS to provide organizations help with the direction and strategy, clarity in marketing and messaging, and alignment in staff that lead to a healthy organization and effective leadership. Tim and his wife Stacy live in Burlington, NC, and have four children—Ragan, Carly, Fletcher, and Ellie.  

Fil Anderson is Executive Director of Journey Resources, NC, and is on the teaching team at Potter’s Inn Soul Care Institute. He is the author of Running on Empty: Contemplative Spirituality for Overachievers , Breaking the Rules: Trading Performance for Intimacy with God and a contributor to Transformation of a Man’s Heart: Reflections on the Masculine Journey. Fil and his wife, Lucie, live in Greensboro and are the parents of three adult children.

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Blind spots in our lives are responsible for most obstacles in spiritual growth, and we all have them. In Blind Spots by Tim Riddle and Fil Anderson, readers learn how to discover, expose, identify, and avoid blind spots to become more like Jesus, remembering the Holy Spirit is the revealer and healer of all blind spots.

Progressive sanctification includes removing blind spots, so we can see clearly what God sees. This spiritual growth book is designed for all followers of Christ who want to become more like Jesus—knowing God, themselves, and one another in a transformational way. Riddle and Anderson teach readers that removing blind spots is challenging work that requires action.

By drawing on stories in Scripture and personal experience, the coauthors of Blind Spots invite readers to engage in an approachable, logical conversation about what blind spots are, why they exist, how to identify and remove them, how to keep them from returning, and how to point them out in others. Readers will find tangible, biblical solutions to the problem of blind spots, cultivating a desire for godliness and a greater appreciation for the Spirit’s work in their own lives.

In this practical resource full of biblical wisdom, Riddle and Anderson aim to lovingly guide readers toward spiritual growth to live fully and freely as God’s dearly loved, completely forgiven, and forever free daughters and sons.

Author

Tim Riddle, MDiv, is the CEO of Discover Blind Spots (discoverblindspots.com), whose mission is to help leaders of corporations, churches, and non-profits address blind spots within their organizations. Most leaders are consumed with the day to day and feel inadequate and overwhelmed to address these issues. Having been the Executive Pastor of St. Mark’s Church and the founder and CEO of Riddle & Company, a specialty textile company, (both in Burlington, NC), Tim combines leadership skills, strategic gifts, and a pastoral heart that allow DBS to provide organizations help with the direction and strategy, clarity in marketing and messaging, and alignment in staff that lead to a healthy organization and effective leadership. Tim and his wife Stacy live in Burlington, NC, and have four children—Ragan, Carly, Fletcher, and Ellie.  

Fil Anderson is Executive Director of Journey Resources, NC, and is on the teaching team at Potter’s Inn Soul Care Institute. He is the author of Running on Empty: Contemplative Spirituality for Overachievers , Breaking the Rules: Trading Performance for Intimacy with God and a contributor to Transformation of a Man’s Heart: Reflections on the Masculine Journey. Fil and his wife, Lucie, live in Greensboro and are the parents of three adult children.

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SKU: 1101
Weight: 0.00 LBS
Author: Tim Riddle and Fil Anderson
ISBN-13: 978-1-948130-59-2
ISBN-13 (eBook): 978-1-948130-60-8
Publication Date: February 18, 2019
Format: Paperback
Page Count: 160