Where’s God When…
The loss is unbearable? Bad things happen to good people? There’s no happy ending? This is the question everyone asks. Loss is an equal opportunity offender for believers, non-believers and even atheists. Some whisper it through their pain. Others scream it through clenched teeth.
It turns out that in a culture as sick as its secrets, loss helps us find each other again. And that shared language helps friends find deeper relationships, genuine care, and a way of being that reflects the Kingdom of God. Discover that you aren’t alone. Bring someone who’s hurting.
William P. Young, Author of The Shack
recounts his losses as a missionary kid in Dutch New Guinea, to husband and father trying to make ends meet, and even as a bestselling author. Things that were stolen from him, things he broke and things he surrendered. He talks about it all but not through the lens of success. Instead, Paul Illustrates how the scars of his most painful losses have healed into beauty marks.
William P. Young
William P. Young is a New York Times bestselling author of The Shack, which has sold over 18 million copies in just over five years making it one of the top 100 most popular books in history.
Cami Bradley is a singer, songwriter and pianist from Spokane, Washington. This past year, the nation experienced Cami's craft when she became a finalist on America's Got Talent.
USA TODAY describes Jim as an innovator, author, church-evaluator, self-professed subversive, and leader in the creation of new ways to be publicly and persuasively Christian.