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Faith In The Fog

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In Faith in the Fog, bestselling author Jeff Lucas explores the pain and fear that many Christians feel when walking through a spiritual fog and when doubts about faith undermine the joy of belief.

After the Resurrection the disciples found themselves in the fog bank of unresolved shame, failure, and confusion. In that time of confusion and doubt, what Jesus did to help them, and what he didn't do, is both enlightening and inspirational.

Here, you will focus on the person of Jesus and the way he approaches those who are worn out when life is tough. You'll discover that who Jesus really is, rather than the way you've been taught to think of him emotionally and theologically, is what will make the difference and help clear the fog.

In his vulnerable and humorous style, Jeff anchors this faith journey in the Bible account of Peter's breakfast on the beach with the risen Christ. A story located in scripture not long after Peter's betrayal of his friend and teacher.

Jeff draws you into the story using his wonderful imagination and writing style. He includes in the story his own struggle with depression and gives some practical, down to earth wisdom. He also talks through the doubts we all have about our faith, about the future and about whether we are good enough to be loved by God.

This book encourages you to go back to scripture and look again at the meal on the beach. Most of all it inspires you to want to walk alongside Jesus more closely and to keep going even when the fog is closing in. As he cuts through the fog, Jeff will reassure you that it's OK to question and, at times, he'll even make you laugh.

Through a broad approach, Faith in the Fog tackles the feelings of failure, uselessness and shame which are often the underlying causes of depression and burnout among Christians.