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Search No More – Off the Shelf 118 with Steve Hemler

Search No More – Off the Shelf 118 with Steve Hemler

Off the Shelf 118 – Steve Hemler

Everyone at some point in their is searching. They are after the truth so as to obtain happiness. Some are still searching in frustration today as nothing they attempt to use to fill that emptiness is working. Steve Hemler and I discuss this and how one can find true happiness as described in his book Search No More: The Keys to Truth and Happiness. The answer is a personal relationship with God. Struggling or know someone who is…..have a listen!

From the publisher TAN Books

Search No More provides clear, compelling, and concise answers to these and other “big questions” about happiness, Jesus, salvation, and the Catholic faith. In Search No More, author Steven Hemler makes the case that the keys to truth and happiness are Jesus and his Church, as experienced by himself, the saints, and millions of others over the past 2,000 years.

Even though the clerical sex abuse and cover-up scandals are terrible and have damaged the credibility of the Catholic Church’s witness, this does not negate the wisdom and truth of the Church’s divinely inspired teachings nor prevent us from finding true happiness and joy in her service-oriented community and sacramental graces. Explore this claim for yourself and discover the happiness and truth you are searching for in life.

Search No More will be of interest to anyone seeking something more or examining the truth of key teachings of the Catholic Church, including those who were raised Catholic and have questions about the faith of their childhood. Search No More will dispel doubts, strengthen faith, and provide valuable information for discussion with family and friends who have questions about Catholicism.
Search No More also makes a great gift.


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