Is it crazy to want a happy life? The host of Jesus Is Real Radio and Hillsong Channel's Real with Daniel Fusco unlocks the happiness we long for in the most famous teachings of Jesus and the apostle Paul. ...
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Is it crazy to want a happy life? The host of Jesus Is Real Radio and Hillsong Channel's Real with Daniel Fusco unlocks the happiness we long for in the most famous teachings of Jesus and the apostle Paul.
"Don't just skim through this book quickly. Savor it and discuss it with a friend. Your personal happiness is at stake."-Rick Warren, author of The Purpose Driven Life, from the foreword
Dissatisfied with your life? Yeah, most of us have been there. There's no shame in wanting to be happy, but real satisfaction often eludes us. At best, what fleeting happiness we find tends to dribble away in never-ending debts, stressful deadlines, and mindless scrolling. At worst, it's chased away by anxiety, depression, or fallout from our selfishness.
Here's the truth: whether we hunt for happiness in parties, bars, the workplace hustle, or even in church pews, we'll wind up shortchanged. Why? Because we don't see our lives as beautiful.
But God wants something better for you-happiness so real this world might think it's too good to be true.
In Crazy Happy, Daniel Fusco unpacks fresh connections in two of the Bible's most familiar passages-secrets of happiness that can really, truly, honest-to-goodness change things. If you stick around for the ride, you'll find the kind of God-given beauty that can change your life for good-even in our sometimes-crazy world.
Daniel Fusco is an author, church planter, and the lead pastor of Crossroads Community Church in Vancouver, Washington. His radio program, Jesus is Real Radio, is broadcast across the country, and his TV show, Real with Daniel Fusco, is aired weekly on the Hillsong Channel. His articles have appeared in CBN, Preaching Today, RELEVANT, Leadership Journal, Faithwire News, and USA Today. He is a featured speaker for Lifeway's SmallGroups website, and a regular contributor to Roma Downey's LightWorkers.Daniel is happily married to his wife, Lynn. They have three children and live in southwest Washington.