Three Ways to Get Involved with “Hope When It Hurts”

The following is an excerpt from our friends at The Good Book Company! Read the entire article by clicking the link below.

We wrote this book for you—for the person who’s hurting. Maybe it’s the diagnosis, or the accident. We wrote this for you in the midst of the pain, because God’s Word has been a balm to our souls in the pain. We want you to know that same comfort—drawing life and hope from the only giver of hope.

That’s from the authors of Hope When It Hurts. Kristen Wetherell and Sarah Walton have walked through, and are walking in, difficult times. Both have lived for years with illnesses that give them constant pain, and leave them weak and breathless. Add to that a special needs situation with one of Sarah’s children, and significant financial difficulties too. Kristen and Sarah unfold their stories of wrestling with God in the pages of Hope When it Hurts. The book delivers empathy, wisdom, and most powerfully, a focus on the power of the gospel to transform and bring joy in the midst of suffering—whether physical, emotional or psychological, and whether for a season or for longer. Each day’s reading, penned by either Sarah or Kristen, draws from portions of 2 Corinthians 4 and 5 and is followed by a set of reflection questions, a suggested prayer and space for journaling.

A recent survey found that 43% of British adults—around 28 million people—suffer from chronic pain (pain that lasts for more than three months). So it’s not surprising that there’s a real buzz building around this book—and we wanted you, our loyal blog readers, to be in on the excitement.

It’s launching on April 4—but here are three ways you can get involved before then…

Read the rest of this article at The Good Book Company’s Blog.

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