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Twitch and Shout, Hallelujah, Amen
by Gregory John Nashif and Scott Waters




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Living with Tourette syndrome is not an easy adventure. Growing up in an age of ignorance for this disease caused turmoil, anguish, and hardship, to say the least. Through poetry, the author tried to capture the emotion and passion connected with this disorder, to help bring about an understanding of what Tourette syndrome is about, and that the path to freedom goes through the cross of Jesus Christ. May those who read be surely blessed. ""Gregory's book is a creative way to share his journey of living with Tourette's. His insight and ability to be vulnerable with his life's experiences will help many people who deal with challenges of their own."" --Brad Cohen, President, Brad Cohen Tourette Foundation ""This beautiful collection of redemptive poems comes from a life of struggles and trials. Although Gregory shares painful and sometimes humorous reflections of living with Tourette syndrome, we are left with the powerful reminder of the freedom that comes with forgiveness and hope and peace found in trusting God."" --Jason Thompson, Executive Director, Portland Fellowship ""Twitch and Shout, Hallelujah, Amen is a wonderful and compelling story of a man growing up with Tourette syndrome in a world where it wasn't named. And with family and God's support, Greg was able to use his writings to tug his reader's hearts while sending them off on a beautiful journey of acceptance, forgiveness, and love. I look forward to his next adventures."" --Heather Noland, Co-Founder, Your Story Discovered ""This is such a fantastic book of poetry, a must read for everyone, it will move you I am not a person who reads poetry, just blueprints, and this book has made me want to read more, a truly gifted writer."" --Matthew C. Boozer, president & CEO, Alpine Quality Homes Gregory John Nashif was not diagnosed with Tourette syndrome until he was twenty-nine, when his mom sent him an article she read in a magazine. He is now sixty-seven. His journey with Tourette syndrome has been long and sometimes bitter, but he had a friend who made the difference. His name is Jesus Christ--through him, the author learned to forgive, laugh, and experience joy. Nashif does not have a degree. He is not a psychologist. He is merely a person writing from his own experience.

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Overview

Living with Tourette syndrome is not an easy adventure. Growing up in an age of ignorance for this disease caused turmoil, anguish, and hardship, to say the least. Through poetry, the author tried to capture the emotion and passion connected with this disorder, to help bring about an understanding of what Tourette syndrome is about, and that the path to freedom goes through the cross of Jesus Christ. May those who read be surely blessed. ""Gregory's book is a creative way to share his journey of living with Tourette's. His insight and ability to be vulnerable with his life's experiences will help many people who deal with challenges of their own."" --Brad Cohen, President, Brad Cohen Tourette Foundation ""This beautiful collection of redemptive poems comes from a life of struggles and trials. Although Gregory shares painful and sometimes humorous reflections of living with Tourette syndrome, we are left with the powerful reminder of the freedom that comes with forgiveness and hope and peace found in trusting God."" --Jason Thompson, Executive Director, Portland Fellowship ""Twitch and Shout, Hallelujah, Amen is a wonderful and compelling story of a man growing up with Tourette syndrome in a world where it wasn't named. And with family and God's support, Greg was able to use his writings to tug his reader's hearts while sending them off on a beautiful journey of acceptance, forgiveness, and love. I look forward to his next adventures."" --Heather Noland, Co-Founder, Your Story Discovered ""This is such a fantastic book of poetry, a must read for everyone, it will move you I am not a person who reads poetry, just blueprints, and this book has made me want to read more, a truly gifted writer."" --Matthew C. Boozer, president & CEO, Alpine Quality Homes Gregory John Nashif was not diagnosed with Tourette syndrome until he was twenty-nine, when his mom sent him an article she read in a magazine. He is now sixty-seven. His journey with Tourette syndrome has been long and sometimes bitter, but he had a friend who made the difference. His name is Jesus Christ--through him, the author learned to forgive, laugh, and experience joy. Nashif does not have a degree. He is not a psychologist. He is merely a person writing from his own experience.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781532672972
  • ISBN-10: 1532672977
  • Publisher: Resource Publications (CA)
  • Publish Date: February 2019
  • Page Count: 84
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.17 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.27 pounds


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