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Canadian Author John Kuypers Identifies the Key to Finding Peace in Troubled Relationships

"This little book can have far-reaching benefits if we learn and live it." -- Jean Vanier, founder, L'Arche International

Contact: Kristen Whalen, 888-618-5253

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla., Feb. 8, 2018 /Standard Newswire/ -- John Kuypers is a seasoned author, business executive and leadership coach. In his new book, The Peace Promise: Trusting God to Solve the Unsolvable, he offers a radically different approach to the difficult decisions, broken family ties, or troublesome relationships that create anxiety and discord.

The Peace Promise is designed to radically change the reader's understanding of Christian spirituality and transform their personal experience with God. Kuypers says, "By letting go of the outcomes that matter to you, you'll discover that peace is something you can choose."

This book is ideal for those experiencing heartache, loss, and unhappiness within their personal relationships, from family relationships to relationships with friends, colleagues, neighbors, and parishioners. The premise of Kuypers' book is grounded in a key New Testament teaching of Jesus Christ: "First take the plank out of your own eye and then you will see clearly..." (Matthew 7:5).

The Peace Promise offers the reader practical advice built on this teaching, including the rule of Three Nothings:

  • Nothing to hide
  • Nothing to prove
  • Nothing to lose

The Peace Promise offers hope for conquering the daily irritants and letting God solve what seems unsolvable.