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When Crisis Hits: Where to Turn When Life Falls Apart
By Jack Miller, Serge
When life falls apart, we feel deep confusion. Our emotions may shatter no matter how strong we have been. Our minds fill with unanswered and painful questions like the following: "Why me?" "What did I do to deserve this?" "Is there any hope for my future?" "Do I even have a future?"
Jack Miller writes as a cancer survivor to others whose lives have fallen apart, and he offers the hope and peace that come from trusting in God for your future. Turning to Christ when crisis hits will fill your life with purpose and joy even in the toughest times.
C. John "Jack" Miller, PhD, founded Serge (formerly World Harvest Mission) and the New Life Presbyterian network of churches. A pastor, seminary professor, and author, he wrote Outgrowing the Ingrown Church, Come Back Barbara, Powerful Evangelism for the Powerless, A Faith Worth Sharing, Repentance, and The Heart of the Servant Leader. He and his wife Rose Marie have five children and twenty-four grandchildren. Jack went to be with the Lord in 1996.
Serge means “joining together rough edges to form a smooth seam.” Serge (formerly World Harvest Mission) is a ministry that sees God weaving together the ragged parts of a fallen world with his goodness, making the tattered beautiful. This grace compels his people to go, to join their lives with the communities Serge serves around the world, as Christ makes all things new. This is God’s grace at the fray. Serge’s work consists of sending and caring for missionaries, discipling people around the world, and developing resources—like Sonship and The Gospel-Centered Life—for spiritual growth. Learn more about our work worldwide at Serge.org.
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