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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Christian Living / Social Issues
  • Language:English
  • Pages:110
  • eBook ISBN:9781631928529
  • Paperback ISBN:9781631928512

After the Storm

Rebuild. Refocus. Get Back On Track

by Thomas Ashburn Jr

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Overview

After The Storm is about rebuilding your life after tragedy. Thomas Ashburn Jr. interviewed Christian psychologists and Christian counselors to gather information on how to rebuild, refocus, and get your life back on track. Thomas also shares his own story and his battle with depression. The book includes a comprehensive discussion guide great for book clubs and small groups. If you or someone you know has lost their faith, self-esteem, or passion for life because of a storm this book is a must read.

Description

Have you struggled with rejection, depression, or the death of a loved one? Have you been betrayed or gone through a divorce? The storms of life can knock you down and have devastating after-effects. How do you start over? How do you start the rebuilding process? Get the answers in this thought-provoking new book. Learn how to allow God to help you step-by-step through your recovery process. This book was written for those who have lost their faith or self-esteem because of a storm. This book is also for those who may not be going through a storm but would like to be as prepared as possible when tragedy does strike. God can rebuild, restore, and replenish all you may have lost.

About the author

Thomas Ashburn Jr. is an award-winning author with a lifelong passion for writing. He has a B.A. in Journalism from Norfolk State University and also authored God’s Greater Glory, Why We Experience Hardship. He lives in Virginia with his wife and son.