Uses biblical scriptures to bridge gap between religion and spirituality; shares that the “new age” message is not new when you know where to look.
Make a Joyful Noise: Searching for a Spiritual Path in a Material World was written to bridge the gap between all religions and modern day metaphysicians, what some would mistakenly call mysticism or new age thought. Although new age thought appears to differ in semantics, or language, there is nothing new about it.
Chariss Walker unashamedly uses liberal scriptural passages to share that "the message is not new ... it has always been with us if we had only known where to look for it." An inspiring and uplifting book filled with personal examples of everyday people. As one reader said, "What I liked most about this book is the way it is written ... it is as if you are having a conversation with a trusted friend or advisor." Rebecca Johnson, SeasonedwithLove.com
Make a Joyful Noise, a book of hope, has been described as a "tool chest for living." One reviewer stated, "With so many ancient manuscripts, some of which contradict, how can one really understand what God wants? Make a Joyful Noise seeks to explain the will of God/spiritual laws to help readers find their own happiness through these methods ... definitely worth a read." Midwest Book Review