#butGod: The Power of Hope When Catastrophe Crashes In
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#butGod: The Power of Hope When Catastrophe Crashes In  -     By: Jeremy Freeman

#butGod: The Power of Hope When Catastrophe Crashes In

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Hold on to your faith amid trauma! With remarkable transparency, Freeman recounts the accident that nearly destroyed his family---and the hope and healing they experienced instead. Doctors gave his son, Caleb, little chance of survival. But when Jeremy and his wife, Emily, turned to prayer---and asked other believers to join them---God performed a miracle. 240 pages, softcover from Nelson.

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Title: #butGod: The Power of Hope When Catastrophe Crashes In
By: Jeremy Freeman
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2022
Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 7 ounces
ISBN: 1400238285
ISBN-13: 9781400238286
Stock No: WW238289

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"Sir, your sons have been in a car accident. How quickly can you get here?"

Join Pastor Jeremy Freeman as he shares how the harrowing phone call that no parent wants to receive would lead to a miraculous outcome that only God could deliver.

When Jeremy and Emily Freeman's teenage son Caleb was in a devastating car accident, doctors gave him a 10 percent chance of survival. Fear of losing a child was all too fresh for the Freemans--their seven-year-old son, Trey, had died just four years earlier from a genetic immunodeficiency. But God had other plans.

In #butGod, Jeremy shares the incredible story of Caleb's recovery, the darkness that nearly overtook their family in the waiting, and the #butGod movement that captured the prayers of Christians around the world. #butGod includes heartfelt excerpts from Emily's prayer journal and encouragement from Jeremy that goes beyond platitudes to a hard-won trust in God's goodness.

The Freeman family's incredible story offers:

  • Greater understanding of the beauty God can bring through suffering
  • An honest glimpse of how one family grew closer together despite grief, tension, and doubt
  • A powerful example of how God works through the prayers of His people
  • Hope that only God can provide

Whatever sorrow you're walking through, #butGod leads you to the sweetness found in trusting God with suffering--and the deeper faith that comes from seeing His purpose in the pain.

Praise for #butGod:

"Pastor Jeremy Freeman and his family have endured crushing disappointment and heartbreak, but they've also experienced the redemptive and healing power of God. If you are facing significant challenges, Pastor Jeremy's book #butGod will build your faith and equip you with the strength to overcome."

--Craig Groeschel, founder and senior pastor of Life.Church and New York Times bestselling author

"There are some books that when you start reading you cannot put them down. #butGod is one of those books. This is an amazing story that will captivate you. You will laugh and cry. You will weep for sorrow and weep for joy. And in it all, you will see the amazing grace of God and His sustaining power and love for His children."

--Dr. Daniel L. Akin, President, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, North Carolina

Author Bio

Jeremy Freeman?is lead pastor at First Baptist Church in Newcastle, Oklahoma, and served as first vice president for the Oklahoma Baptist convention. Jeremy is a sought-after speaker for inspirational events hosted by churches, conventions, conferences, businesses, and schools. He writes regularly at his blog site PastorJFreeman.com. Jeremy, his wife, Emily, and their 6 children live in Newcastle, Oklahoma.

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