FOR MEN AND WOMEN CURRENTLY GOING THROUGH HELL ON EARTH.Has a hurricane-sized disaster ripped through your life?Do you ever feel stale in your soul and lack adventure in life?Have circumstances sucker-punched you and fear bogged you down?Not anymore LEARN TO LIVE TO THE HILT A GOD-SIZED ADVENTURE IN YOUR STORM.Disaster: Betting the Farm on God in Life's Storms will build your trust in God. The book is personal, profound, real, raw, and often surprising. You'll encounter the realities of disappointment, doubt, and heartache even as you are led into God's sovereignty, compassion, goodness, and vital optimism. You'll discover the God who cannot be put in a box...who often does His best work in disasters.Disaster: Betting the Farm on God in Life's Storms is written against the backdrop of the greatest natural and environmental disaster in United States history. In the midst of catastrophe, beauty comes out of ashes...lives are utterly transformed...miracles happen. This is the inspirational story of people who were broken and crushed yet survived the worst storm that could be thrown at them, and emerged as tools in the hands of a God who is full of kingdom surprises and purposes. A revolution took place, and the ripple effect has led to life-changing compassion all over the country and the world. Beware, this book is rated NSFCP - Not Safe for Comfortable People. Have suburban comfort, success, and the American Dream castrated risk-taking, cross-carrying, and Jesus abandonment from your heart? May it be no longer.Dr. Michael Sprague is the president of Grace Adventures, a Bible-based, Christ-centered, grace-motivated, kingdom-building ministry that reaches out to political, business, and spiritual leaders. Michael has pastored for twenty-seven years. He helped launch the TouchGlobal Crisis Response Ministry for the Evangelical Free Churches of America that is now multiplying churches and compassion ministry around the world after natural disasters. Michael received his Doctor of Ministry degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. Michael and his wife, Donna, have been married for twenty-nine years and have one son, Jonathan. Michael blogs at www.graceadventures.info.