Helpful New Xulon Release Offers Hope To The Hopeless

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Author tells readers who feel hopeless to know the great “hope restorer” is God

Dancing With the Scars - Finding Hope When Life Hurts

... because with God nothing is impossible

Within the pages of Barry Stagner’s new book, Dancing With the Scars, ($14.99, paperback, 9781498439053; $7.99, e-book, 9781498439060) readers will be directed to the Worker of miracles – the one who can turn "mourning into dancing"; the one who can restore the years that have been eaten away with hopelessness, and who can not only help a grieving person to live life again but to do so with joy. This book deals with some common life events that can bring about hopelessness, and the topics in each chapter are very specific and helpful.

“This is my desire for the reader of Dancing with the Scars: that anyone, no matter what road they may have taken to arrive there, might learn how to restore hope when life hurts – that hearts and minds would mend and begin to experience hope, joy, and peace once again,” states the author. “I know that it’s possible, because with God nothing is impossible!”

Barry Stagner is the senior pastor at Calvary Chapel Tustin in Tustin, California. He is the featured speaker on the nationally broadcast radio program “The Truth About God.” He has looked into the eyes of individuals, couples, and families from across his desk for many years, having heard their stories, seen their joys and sorrows, and listened to their struggles and disappointments. He concludes that there’s an ebb and flow to life that everyone experiences to some degree. Good times and bad times, feast and famine, joy and sorrow – all are the life experiences of everyone, no matter their station or status in life.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Dancing With the Scars through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through,, and

Media Contact: Barry Stagner
Email: bstagner(at)cctustin(dot)org

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