Faith in the Fog: Believing in What You Cannot See
Bestselling author Jeff Lucas explores the 'fog' of doubts and fears, depression and burnout that many Christians experience as life gets tough. Lucas shares from his own experiences, and helps readers focus on the way Jesus responded to the weariness,...
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Bestselling author Jeff Lucas explores the 'fog' of doubts and fears, depression and burnout that many Christians experience as life gets tough. Lucas shares from his own experiences, and helps readers focus on the way Jesus responded to the weariness, shame, and failure of his disciples.
Keeping your faith burning bright when all you want to do is burn out In Faith in the Fog, bestselling author Jeff Lucas explores the pain and fear that many Christians feel when walking through a spiritual fog, when doubts about faith undermine the joy of belief. After the Resurrection--when the disciples found themselves on the fog bank of unresolved shame, failure, and confusion--what Jesus did to help them and what he didn't do is both enlightening and inspirational. Here, you will focus on the person of Jesus and the way he approaches those who are worn out when life is tough. Who Jesus really is--rather than the way we instinctively perceive him emotionally and theologically--is what will make the difference and help clear the fog. Through a broad approach, Faith in the Fog tackles the feelings of failure, uselessness, and shame, which are often the underlying causes of depression and burnout among Christians.
Jeff Lucas holds a position of teaching pastor at Timerline Church in Colorado, he travels internationally in a ministry of Bible teaching which carries a specific vision to encourage and equip the church. He is the bestselling author of fourteen books including How Not to Pray, Grace Choices, When Big Brother Comes Home: Creating a Prodigal Friendly Church and Will your Prodigal come home?: A Honest discussion of struggle and hope. He writes a Daily Bible Guide Lucas on Life.
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