The unemployed life seems full of confusion, loneliness, and frustration. The longer the job search lasts, the longer life seems an endless experience of wandering in a wilderness of disappointment and unresolved questions. Prayers seem to go unanswered to the point that we wonder what God is doing to us or for us, and we cry out to Him in worry and need.
How do we handle the circumstance? What does God expect from us during a time that often seems like we are stranded out in the desert and not making any progress? Unemployed: Life in the Wilderness gives the reader a practical guide to learning and growing spiritually while unemployed, and is written from the perspective of one who has traveled through that same desert experience.
Author Len M. Allen addresses the top eight issues faced during any significant period of unemployment in a format comfortable for individual reading or group discussion. He clarifies concerns about anger, fear, prayer, God's provision, strength, courage, encouragement, integrity, disappointment, seeking God's will, and waiting on Him, all with the jobless in mind. Unemployed: Life in the Wilderness is a book for our time.
Len M. Allen resides in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with his wife. He plans to continue writing and publishing books as well as his ministry of speaking at churches, seminars, conferences, and conventions. This is his first book.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Marca||Strategic Book Group|
|Ano da edição||2010|
|Número de Páginas||112|
|Autor||Len M. Allen|