God, Are You There?
A lot of books tell readers how to make things better. In God, Are You There? Steve Brown goes a step further and addresses readers who have "tried everything and it still isn't better." When someone has done everything right...
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A lot of books tell readers how to make things better. In God, Are You There? Steve Brown goes a step further and addresses readers who have "tried everything and it still isn't better." When someone has done everything right yet finds that everything has gone wrong, what's next? And what happened? God, Are You There? draws from the Book of Job and encourages readers to see events and circumstances from God's perspective. Brown grapples honestly with the reality of pain in a fallen world, asserting that distress can make a person either bitter or better. He points the way to hope, purpose, and healing in difficult times, even when an explanation seems elusive.Previously published as When Your Rope Breaks, this straightforward book will give readers new hope and courage as they learn how tragedies can be redemptive opportunities to experience the great depths of God's unconditional love.
Honest, Bible-based help and hope for anyone who wonders how difficult events in life are related to God's purposes.
Ready help for Christians who find themselves at the end of their rope and who wonder how these events are related to God's purposes.
Dr. Steve Brown is one of the most sought after preachers and conference speakers in the country. Having had extensive radio experience before entering the ministry, he is now heard daily on the national radio program, Key Life, and an afternoon talk show. He served as the senior pastor of Key Biscayne Presbyterian Church for 17 years before joining the Reformed Theological Seminary faculty as Professor of Preaching. He is the author of more than a dozen books including How To Speak So People Will Listen, Jumping Hurdles, Hitting Glitches; Overcoming Setbacks, Scandalous Freedom, When being Good is not good enough, and What was I thinking?. Dr. Brown has also served on the board of Christianity Today. His TV program, Hashing It Out, a discussion of issues with Tony Campolo, is seen in 25 million homes weekly, and his TV program, The Late Steve Brown, was widely viewed on Sunday evenings