If Christians are supposed to be "the light of the world," why do we often stumble around in the dark? Ortberg offers an illuminating look at this age-old question! Taking you from a shadowy Turkish cave to the sunny California coast, she reveals how God brightens our path as we journey through life's challenges. 206 pages, hardcover from Tyndale.
Christians are supposed to be the light of the world. Yet we seem to spend most of our time stumbling in the dark. We want answers carved in stone, and instead we get uncertainty. We want a clearly marked path and a panoramic view of the future, and God gives us only fleeting glimpses of what lies aheadand just enough light to take the next step.
So what do we do?
We take the next step.
In her much anticipated follow-up to Looking for God, Nancy Ortberg takes readers on a journey that began thousands of years ago. From an ancient cave in Turkey to the California coast, Nancy highlights the often unexpected, sometimes imperceptible, yet always extraordinary means God uses to light our way through even the most painful and challenging moments in life.