Token Faith 

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A shallow faith in Jesus Christ develops a token faith - one that is for show, but doesn't weather the storms of life. In this brief but powerful book, author Terrie Bentley McKee challenges Christians and churches alike to lives dedicated to discipleship and being Christ-followers. She gives biblical and real-life examples from her own life to move from fake to real faith in Jesus Christ. A survivor of domestic violence, she is an advocate for people with special needs and women in abusive relationships. Married with four special needs children, her husband is a recent paraplegic. She has fund that her only source of strength and comfort is through Jesus Christ. Terrie prays that this book, "Token Faith: Moving from fake to real faith in Jesus Christ" will be meaningful and make a difference in your life. Terrie Bentley McKee lives in North Carolina with her husband Greg (who is paraplegic) and their four children. She has two boys from her first marriage, a step-daughter and a daughter with Greg, all of whom have special needs, including autism, ADHD, juvenile diabetes and chronic migraines. Terrie blogs at nearyouralter.com and autismtrainblog.com and writes for a number of other blogs. A Christian since the age of 12, she suffers from chronic illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis, chronic migraines, and others. Despite all these struggles, Terrie enjoys encouraging others in the Christian faith, speaking and teaching on matters of faith, blended marriage, disabilities, and building fait despite tragedy.

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