When Your Rope Breaks
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Steve Brown offers biblical hope for those who are suffering and burned out. Readers will receive courage as they, like Job, learn how their broken ropes can be redemptive opportunities to experience "the great depths of God's unconditional love".
"Where is God when it hurts so bad I can't go on?"
Using the Book of Job as his touchstone, Steve grapples honestly with the reality of pain in a fallen world. He asserts that when you are deeply distressed, you can become either bitter or better.
You will receive new hope and courage as you, like Job, learn how your tragedies can be redemptive opportunities to experience "the great depths of God's unconditional love."
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