Larry O. Sullivan’s newly released “I Believe: Help My Unbelief” is a wholesome book that allows the readers to understand the universe as a place where everyone lives

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“I Believe: Help My Unbelief” from Christian Faith Publishing author Larry O. Sullivan is a life-changing narrative prompting everyone that God’s grace is always sufficient for everyone during the confusion, misinformation, and when one cannot understand why life seems to be complicated.

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“I Believe: Help My Unbelief”: a compelling account that inspires the readers to be confident to describe their personal struggles and reaffirming faith. “I Believe: Help My Unbelief” is the creation of published author Larry O. Sullivan, a senior minister desiring to serve people through preaching, teaching, and counseling. He realized many Christians have a distorted view of what it means to live as God intended.

Sullivan writes, “In Mark 9, a father whose son was tormented by a demon came to Jesus for healing. The words of the father sound familiarly inconsistent, “I believe; help my unbelief.” We must admire his transparency, which resonates with us. He wanted more than anything for his son to be healed. Only this itinerant teacher could heal him from the threat of injury and possibly death. When he went to the disciples first and they couldn’t heal his boy, then his faith was shaken. The inconsistency in his words describes a common reality we share as human beings. Believing and having unbelief at the same time sounds like a contradiction.

“The objective is to know all people have beliefs and doubts. It is obvious at home, in school, at work—everywhere. Sometimes Christians need to hear one can believe and be given permission to have doubts in matters of faith. Long-established interpretations and organizational structures may be necessary but are not to displace the reality of God’s love, grace, and truth, shown in the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ.

“I Believe; Help My Unbelief is an attempt to give the reader permission to find positive joy and love for God and demonstrated in our love for each other. It is not necessary to be examples to the world as keepers of truth but rather embracing the love for all people just as God has loved us. This is one thing all Christians can agree upon—to love all people as God has loved us.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Sullivan’s new book is a riveting memoir enabling the readers to grow not as people who think everyone is required to have all the answers for life but rather in one’s vulnerability.

With this purpose, the author urges the readers to have a positive outlook on life and love for God.

View a synopsis of “I Believe: Help My Unbelief” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “I Believe: Help My Unbelief” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “I Believe: Help My Unbelief,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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