Hard Times Come Again No More: Suffering and Hope - eBook
Hard Times Come Again No More: Suffering and Hope - eBook  -     By: Alex Joyner
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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2010
ISBN: 9781426720130
ISBN-13: 9781426720130

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Stephen Foster, Job, the Canaanite woman—what do they have in common, and what can we learn from them?
Pastor and storyteller Alex Joyner takes us deep into the lives of these three people, exploring anger, audacity, hope, and joy. Through it all, he poses the question: Why do we suffer?
Hard Times Come Again No More is a six-week study that affirms the goodness of God, the reality of evil, and the wonder and tragedy of living in hard times.
Alex Joyner is the author of Restless Hearts: Where Do I Go Now, God? and writes for the popular FaithLink adult studies and the online magazine Catapult. A published poet and photographer, he has served as campus minister at the University of Virginia and is now pastor of Franktown United Methodist Church on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. 

Author Bio

Alex Joyner is author of Restless Hearts: Where Do I Go Now, God? (Abingdon Press), a curriculum on vocation for young adults.  He is also the author of What’s in the Bible About Us? and What’s in the Bible About the Holy Spirit? (Abingdon Press).  He is a published poet, photographer, and essayist on the online magazine Catapult

 

Joyner is pastor of Franktown United Methodist Church on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.  He has served as campus minister at the University of Virginia and in appointments in Virginia, Texas, and England.  A regular writer for the FaithLink adult curriculum, Joyner began his career as a news director for a radio station.  He teaches theology and church history as a summer faculty member at Perkins School of Theology in Dallas, Texas.

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