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Number of Pages: 128
Publication Date: 2013
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The Roller Coaster of Unemployment: Trusting God for the RideSarah HuppDiscovery House / 2010 / Trade Paperback$8.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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The Upside to Job Loss: Finding Hope for the FutureSheila M. LuckLife Sentence Publishing / 2013 / Trade Paperback$14.05 Retail:
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HELP AND HOPE WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST
If you are one of the millions of Americans in the midst of career transition, chances are that youre discouraged by the difficulty of finding work. Rick J. Pritikin, a former business executive and founder of Christian Fellowship and Placement Ministries, understands firsthand the feelings of hopelessness and despair that typically accompany the loss of a job. Writing from personal experience, Rick has authored 31 daily biblically-based meditations that address the unique challenges faced by anyone who is unemployed. Practical, intimate, and always inspirational, each daily reading will help you find rich personal growth and intimacy with God during this time in which God is preparing you for your next career opportunity. As you spend 31 days reading through Why Did I Lose My Job If God Loves Me? you will rediscover that you can depend on God no matter what the future looks like on the surface.
Expanded introduction from Rick Pritikin, founder of Christian Fellowship and Placement Ministries, Inc.
31 days of encouraging readings, including:
o A short, hopeful reflection
o A Scripture verse to meditate on
o Journaling space ending with a prayer
o Daily points to ponder
101 Scripture verses focused on hope, encouragement, and Gods provision
Rick J. Pritikin is a former VP of Thomas Nelson, COO of Hunt Bros. Pizza, and founder of Christian Fellowship and Placement Ministries, Inc., a career coaching firm in the Nashville, TN area. Since 2003 Rick has conducted numerous seminars and workshops for those in a career transition. He lives in Franklin, TN.
none5 Stars Out Of 5help me a lotMay 19, 2015noneQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5at my age going through this career move and problems with my marrage this book came at such a great time .
BlessedGem5 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful resource of encouragement in time of despairMay 12, 2015BlessedGemQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This e-book is one of the best resources of encouragement and provided for me an excellent means of reflecting on what could have been a very dark season in my life. That season began when the corporation where I worked for over 5 years suddenly filed for bankruptcy and I found myself without a source of income, having to scramble for a new job, only to find that the entire industry was in a state of array. Nonetheless, I was able to find some comfort and reassurance while reading this e-book and I have returned to read it several times to reinforce the importance of the messages conveyed by the author. Truly inspiration.