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Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2011
Storms can come suddenly, unexpectedly, and catastrophically. We are never the same after suffering the shock and after-shocks of such earth-shattering experiences. And it is during these times that we need the assurance that only our faith in God provides.
When All Hail Breaks Loose offers practical, proven life strategies for not only surviving, but also thriving, in the midst of major life challenges. When we are going through a storm, we cant help but wonder:
- How does my faith help me when everything is falling apart?
- How does trusting God in prayer really make a difference?
- Where can I turn to receive the strength and direction that will help me hold my life together when everything is coming apart?
- Where is God in the midst of my suffering and pain?
- How can I make it through the long nights of fear, doubt, and uncertainty?
- How can I keep going when everything in me wants to quit?
God provides the resources to weather lifes storms: faith, prayer, friends and family, courage and fortitude, and the determination to persevere. It is reassuring to know the battle is not ours but Gods.
R. Pat Day is senior pastor of First United Methodist Church, Shreveport, LA.
Pat is a familiar face on local TV. The Sunday worship services are broadcast each week on the local NBC affiliate KTAL and on the ABC affiliate KTBS, reaching thousands of people throughout Louisiana. In addition, Dr. Day can be heard each weekday on KVKI-FM and KRUF-FM sharing Perceptions, sixty-second, thought provoking and inspirational messages.
Dr. Day is an ordained Elder of the Louisiana Conference of The United Methodist Church and has served as an alternate delegate to the Jurisdictional Conference of the United Methodist Church. He presently serves as Chairman of the Louisiana Council on Finance and Administration.
Dr. Day is extremely involved in his community where he has served as president of the Marshall Rotary Club and is presently a member of the Downtown Shreveport Rotary Club. Furthermore, he has received the Henry Bowden Senior Preaching Award from the Louisiana Moral and Civic Foundation. In 2002 the National Association of Social Workers Shreveport Region presented the Public Citizen of the Year Award to Dr. Day where he was recognized for the numerous activities and outreach programs that First Methodist provides for the citizens of the Shreveport-Bossier area.
He is a native of Elkhart, Texas and a graduate of SMUs Perkins School of Theology where he earned hhis MDiv. and DMin.