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A Faith That Will Not Fail is available everywhere books are sold March 28, 2023, so please share on social the week of March 28th.
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Michele has written a book that will help you deepen your confidence and certainty in the God who can be trusted with your worry, confusion, and grief. This book is practical and enriched with deep theology and Michele’s personal experience of walking with Jesus through incredible hardship.
This is a book for those who have found out that pithy quotes, church attendance, or a playlist full of Christian music is not enough to weather the storms that have come their way.
Michele walks us through 10 spiritual practices (like lament, relinquishment, shalom, worship) that will help us to truly ground our chaos, sorrow, and daily worries in faith. In bite-sized sections, Michele shows us how to build a faith that does not function as a band-aid or decor, but as a foundation.
This book is available now wherever books are sold – go pick up a copy!
“Simon, Simon, Satan has asked to sift all of you as wheat. But I have prayed for you, Simon, that your faith may not fail. . . .”
Jesus spoke these sobering words to Simon Peter – Peter’s confident response? “Lord, I am ready to go with you to prison and to death.”
Of course we’d all like to think we’d be steadfast in a trial – that our faith would never falter. But as Peter would quickly find out, when the pressure builds and panic sets in, strong faith (and the peace and confidence that came with it) can feel like a distant memory.
That’s why I’m so pleased to share A Faith That Will Not Fail by @michelecushatt. In this book, Michele walks us through 10 spiritual practices that will nurture your faith – even when it’s feeling stretched and worn out.
Each practice is broken into bite-sized pieces with practical ways you can apply what you’ve learned in five minutes, so you can easily add these practices to your daily routines (even if your days are feeling completely upside-down).
The good news in times that sift your soul is that your faith – like Peter’s faith – doesn’t depend on your own abilities or strength. It depends on a completely trustworthy, faithful God.
A Faith That Will Not Fail will help you grow your relationship and trust in this God. And it’s available to order now, wherever books are sold!
Have you ever had one of those “everything has just changed” moments? A devastating phone call, a dreaded diagnosis, a difficult conversation, a discovery that makes it feel like you’ve gone from standing to drowning in an instant?
@michelechushatt gets it, and today she’s publishing her new book, A Faith That Will Not Fail: 10 Practices to Build Up Your Faith When Your World Is Falling Apart.
Michele’s practices are hard-won from difficult years, and she has shared in a way that is both inspirational and practical, drawing our eyes and hearts to Jesus.
You can order Michele’s book now wherever books are sold!
I’m sure a lot of us have heard the Sunday school song about the wise man who built his house upon the rock. The rain came down, and the floods came up, and the house on the rock stood firm.
But what happens when it feels like there has been nothing but rain for years? When you thought you’d built your house upon the rock, but you feel like your house is swaying and the foundation is beginning to crumble?
That’s when you need a faith that will endure – even if the roof caves in.
I’m so pleased to share my friend Michele Cushatt’s new book, A Faith That Will Not Fail. Michele has developed 10 practices to help build up your faith even when your world is falling apart.
If you feel like your faith is running on empty, this book will be a helpful resource for your heart and soul. And it’s available now wherever books are sold!
Have you ever found yourself feeling like maybe other people got the easy burden and light yoke, while you got the heavy, difficult portion in life?
You look around on Sunday and hear your congregation singing about how on Christ the solid rock they stand, and think “Stand?? I’m barely hanging by my fingertips!”
I have a book to share with you: A Faith That Will Not Fail: 10 Practices to Build Up Your Faith When Your World Is Falling Apart by Michele Cushatt.
Michele is sharing these 10 practices from her own experience with difficulty (divorce, navigating life as a single parent, surviving cancer not once but three times). She writes like a friend who will gently and lovingly tell you the truth over coffee, and sit with you in hard times.
This is an incredible resource if you or a friend have found yourself feeling like the rug has been pulled out from under you. And it’s now available wherever books are sold! Go add this book to your shelf + quiet time!
Lament, worship, humility, relinquishment, contentment, shalom, forgiveness, perspective, connection, and waiting.
These are the ten practices for building faith that Michele Cushatt explores in her new book, A Faith That Will Not Fail.
These practices are grounded Michele’s own years of hardship and study of Scripture – and they will help you nourish your faith (without the striving and bootstrap mentality that dominates many self-help books).
Pick up your own copy today, available wherever books are sold!
Difficult times have a way of stripping us back to the essentials – in her new book (released today), Michele shares 10 key practices for nurturing your faith when your world feels upside-down. Check it out here!
How can you have a faith that not only survives desperate times, but grows? Check out this book (released today!) by @MicheleCushatt.
About the Author, Michele Cushatt
With a unique blend of storytelling, Bible teaching, and humor, Michele Cushatt speaks internationally to a wide variety of audiences on faith in the hard places. A three-time head-and-neck cancer survivor and foster-adopt parent, Michele is a (reluctant) expert on trauma, faith, and our deep human need for authentic connection. She and her husband, Troy, have six children and they live on 8 acres outside of Denver, Colorado.