Barry C. Black is the spiritual "leader of leaders" for the US Senate-shepherding those on the front lines of the decisions that shape our culture. Now, Chaplain Black shows all of us how to thrive in the midst of today's turbulence and confusion by following eight principles that Jesus gave his disciples prior to sending them into a dangerous world. These teachings are as relevant today as when Jesus first spoke them two thousand years ago. Paperback.
Im really concerned about the state of the world. It feels like things are falling apart.
Im worried about my familys future.
How can I stand firm in my faith in todays culture?
Our times are turbulent ones, and questions and worries like these can haunt us and keep us awake at night. Yet is it possible that, ultimately, there is actually nothing to fear? Barry C. Black is the spiritual leader of leaders for the US Senateshepherding those on the front lines of the decisions that shape our culture. Now, Chaplain Black shows all of us how to thrive in the midst of todays turbulence and confusion by following eight principles that Jesus gave his disciples prior to sending them into a dangerous world. These teachings are as relevant today as when Jesus first spoke them two thousand years ago.
Containing Scriptural insights and powerful prayers to help you seek Gods guidance and blessing, Nothing to Fear will illuminate the way to live boldly, bravely, and faithfully in the face of todays perils.
Black (The Blessing of Adversity), a retired U.S. Navy admiral and current chaplain to the United States Senate, aims this straightforward and intelligent motivational handbook at helping readers strengthen their spiritual practices in order to navigate lifes turbulent times. Seven overarching sections with such titles as Prepare to Be Sent, Thrive in a Predatory World, and Persevere through Rejection each include several chapters composed of Fearless Principles and a closing Purposeful Prayer. Drawing illustrations from the scriptures, contemporary culture, his own impoverished childhood, his Navy career, and his current work, Black conveys his message in an accessible and often thought-provoking manner: Real love celebrates diversity. In fact, if we dont like diversity, we probably wont like heaven. Expounding on the Fearless Principle: Pray with adoration, he writes: How would you feel if you were a parent whose child only spoke to you when he or she wanted something? Blacks theologically sound guidance and simple yet meaningful prayers allow this fine book to serve as a resource for study and contemplation as well as a devotional guide.