Four Legs of the Stool
Using the Four Aspects of Our Humanity to Balance a Christian Life
About the Book
After losing her mother and her youngest daughter within three months of each other, author Sue
Boggler began using the lessons she had learned as a Christian nurse, wife, and mother to help her through this difficult and painful time in her life. She found herself asking such questions as “Why me?
Does God still love me? How can I survive this?” In the midst of her sorrow, she learned that these questions are common among those who grieve or are facing troubles; more than that, how we answer them has a great impact on our growth and development as human beings.
Personal growth is challenging, especially by today’s standards. In Four Legs of the Stool, Sue shares the lessons she learned and demonstrates how to apply them to our daily lives, offering thoughts, insights, and strategies for understanding these life lessons and striving to achieve personal development. She considers suffering, dying, healing, and joy; she explores how to survive when your world has changed irrevocably.
If you have ever felt alone, wondered if God was still with you during trials in your life, or wondered how you’d be able to go on after drastic changes in your life, Four Legs of the Stool will provide you with the thought-provoking answers that you need to carry on.
About the Author
L. SUE BOGGLER is a Christian wife, mother, grandmother, and registered nurse. She is a nationally certified infection preventionist and a member of St. Germaine Catholic Church. She currently resides in Prescott Valley, Arizona.