This book clearly, plainly and straightforwardly points to purposeful insights the reader can apply in the midst of any crisis.
SWARTZ CREEK, Mich. (PRWEB) September 16, 2014
Her new book “CRISIS: Mine’s Cancer, What’s Yours?: Falling to Pieces in a Crisis Was Not an Option for Me” (published by WestBow Press) chronicles her dramatic story and illustrates how God’s guiding hand got her through this trying time.
By praying and reading the Bible, Harbin found the strength to carry on. The proverb, “If you fall to pieces in a crisis there wasn’t much to you in the first place,” became her motto, and she learned to focus on what was happening in her as well as around her.
Harbin draws comparisons from other biblical stories to further illustrate how resilient humans can be in times of strife. Through her book, she reminds readers they have options when a crisis happens in their lives. Harbin hopes they will find comfort and strength within her book’s pages.
“There are a number of different voices attempting to help people face crisis today,” Harbin writes. “This book clearly, plainly and straightforwardly points to purposeful insights the reader can apply in the midst of any crisis.”
“CRISIS: Mine’s Cancer, What’s Yours?”
By Ellen Harbin
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 146 pages | ISBN 9781490842486
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 146 pages | ISBN 9781490842479
E-Book | 146 pages | ISBN 9781490842493
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Ellen Harbin is a gifted Bible teacher and conference speaker, who creatively applies the truths of God’s Word to everyday life. She’s engaging and inspiring, making the difficult understandable. She is a pastor’s wife and mother of six and lives in Michigan.
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