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Putting It Together Again When It's All Fallen Apart : 7 Principles for Rebuilding Your Life, Library
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Life crises can throw you into a tail-spin—a lost job, a failed relationship, a struggling business, a financial mess. Where do you start? How do you pull it together? How do you begin again?
Tom Holladay experienced a catastrophe first-hand when a sudden flood in California destroyed his home, his church, and the homes of many church members. Tom and his congregation had to rebuild, and they used the principles in the book of Nehemiah to get back on their feet.
Now a teaching pastor at Saddleback Church, Tom will help you discover seven principles for putting it together again that will give you the direction you need to get rolling on that fresh start. Holladay will walk you through seeing every problem as an opportunity, facing the obstacles head on and taking your first step, knowing how to expect and reject opposition, build on your success, and dedicating yourself to the One who rebuilds our souls.
The task of starting again can seem impossible. And sometimes you just need to rebuild your confidence and regain a sense of purpose. If you’re trying to find the emotional energy, but you just don’t have it in you, let Holladay encourage you. He understands how difficult and rewarding the business of rebuilding is. This book is your encouraging how-to guide to starting again and stepping into a better future.
As a teaching pastor at Saddleback Church, Tom Holladay gives seven principles from the Book of Nehemiah to help you trust God in prayer, and find direction for sorting the possibilities from the ruins. You will learn:
- To see problems as opportunities
- How to take the first step
- Stay focused by saying thanks
- Expect and reject opposition
- Organize your success
- Regain and retain the joy in your life
- And dedicate the process to God
The task of starting again after a catastrophe often looks impossible. If you’re trying to find the emotional energy, but you don’t seem to care, you just can’t find it in you, then Rebuild is the book for you. It’s a strong and comforting word about the blueprints you need to start again.