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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2005
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A Sacred Sorrow: Reaching Out to God in the Lost Language of LamentMichael CardNavPress / 2005 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Finding Fullness Again: What the Book of Ruth Teaches Us About Starting OverRalph Douglas WestB&H Books / 2006 / Trade Paperback$11.69 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Into the Deep: One Man's Story of How Tragedy Took His Family but Could Not Take His FaithRobert Rogers, Stan FingerFocus on the Family / 2007 / Trade Paperback$9.79 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 12 Reviews
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The Christian life isn't always a walk in the park. Children of Christian parents do die. Christian businessmen do lose their jobs. And husbands of Christian wives do cheat. Being a Christian doesn't protect you from the tough punches life throws.
Taking fourteen strategies from the biblical account of the Israelite journey, Walking with God on the Road You Never Wanted to Travel offers real hope to those on an unexpected, difficult journey. For forty years the Israelites wandered through a devastating wilderness, suffering many losses, and yet learning some timeless lessons. These lessons, presented here as strategies for modern believers, are simply stated, clearly explained, and beautifully illustrated with dramatic and inspiring stories.
Mark Atteberry is the award-winning author of eleven books. He has been the preaching minister of Poinciana Christian Church in Kissimmee, Florida since 1989. A popular speaker, he has preached and led workshops at countless churches, conferences, colleges, and retreats. He is married to Marilyn, his high school sweetheart.
dianeSpring, TXAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5excellent source if you have had a lossAugust 27, 2011dianeSpring, TXAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Losses of all sorts are addressed in a manner that one can envision that the book is speaking directly to you.
Terri Conner5 Stars Out Of 5September 6, 2010Terri ConnerThis is an excellent book for anyone. We have taught it in Sunday School as a follow up to DivorceCare for those going through separation or divorce. It is useful for any situation. We will be teaching another class for our Singles as well as Single parents because we know it will be beneficial for them. It is laid out in 13 chapters with follow up questions so it can be used in a group setting as well as for an individual.
First Baptist Church5 Stars Out Of 5January 18, 2010First Baptist Churchone of the best books written for people going through a divorce, death, or any other grief situation.
Susan Hess5 Stars Out Of 5August 10, 2008Susan HessThis is an excellent book for anyone, because sooner or later we all find ourselves on a road that we never wanted to travel. It is a good solid overview of how to deal with the long term difficulties of life. Written at a very understandable entry level, it is well organized and covers most of the questions that Christians, particularly new Christians have to the problem of dealing with long term hurt.
Beverly Shaffer5 Stars Out Of 5December 17, 2006Beverly ShafferAfter reading this book, I knew immediately it was a book that I must pass on. Every day the Lord brings into my life hurting people, from a mother and father who were loving Christian parents, but their child is now in prison; to devoted wives who have their husbands leave after decades of marriage; and other numerous heartaches. I have given this book to at least a dozen people and everyone of them tells me how much this book ministered to them. Praise God for Mark Atteberry!