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Have you ever found yourself trying, without much success, to navigate life's the tricky and sometimes dangerous roads? While the landscape is often beautiful and while there are many straight-aways to cruise along, there are also many hazards you may experience along the way. Does that breathtaking scenery ever distract you causing you to lose your focus, look up, and ask yourself, "How did I get here?" Are you going through a terrible storm and are having trouble seeing your way through? Is it possible that you are experiencing road rage and are frustrated at all of the other drivers on the road? Maybe your engine has locked up leaving you stuck in the middle of nowhere. Perhaps you are doing okay right now, but are always leery of potholes or deer that seem to appear out of nowhere. Or just maybe you flashing gas light reminds you that you are running on fumes and all you can do is hold on and hope to make it to the next exit. This book, Ministeering on the Highway of Crisis, touches on all of those and more. It is designed to help you maneuver along this highway to heaven. Compelling essay range from "Church's Chicken: Fear Functioning verses Faith Functioning" that help you deal with individual and collective fears to "Don't You Dare Look Back" that encourages you to keep moving forward without getting distracted. "Peaking, Climaxing, and Burning Out" is designed to help keep you from running out of gas while "The Gradual Process of Corruption" seeks to help those who find themselves somewhere they never thought they would be. Whether you are layperson, leader, or follower; married or single; spanking new or seasoned, there is something in here to help guide you and your congregation on your highways of crisis.
  • ISBN13: 9781425976705
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Pubilcation Year: 2007
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00224
Publication DateMarch 7, 2007
Primary CategorySelf-Help/General

Ministeering On The Highway Of Crisis

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