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Surviving One Bad Year: 7 Spiritual Strategies to Lead You to a New Beginning

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Spiritual Strategies for a
New Beginning

Loss has many names --
divorce, death, illness, bankruptcy, depression,
disappointment, betrayal, job loss, and more.
And as we experience these losses, we sometimes wonder how we will survive.

Whether you are reeling from the blow of an immediate crisis or in need of help to sustain you for the long haul, you will find spiritu
Paperback, 208 pages
Published October 27th 2009 by Howard Books (first published 2009)
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Jocelyn Green
Feb 13, 2012 Jocelyn Green rated it it was amazing
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The other day I discovered in my embarassingly large pile of books on my office floor a book by Nancie Carmichael entitled, Surviving One Bad Year: 7 Spiritual Strategies to Lead You to a New Beginning. As we all know, a bad day is bad enough but a bad year–well, that can be devastating to the soul in ways I can only begin to imagine. Can anyone recover from that?

The answer of course is yes–with Christ, we can. I so appreciate the solid, biblical wisdom found in Nancie’s book. Her one bad year e
Oct 05, 2015 Cynthia rated it it was amazing
This was my "Go To Book" for a year and a half. I read it first when my marriage ended and began re-reading immediately a few months later. I have highlighted, underlined, and written in the margins of its pages, because so much resonated with me. Packed with scriptures you can pray over your life's situations, it includes stories from the heart of painful life changes and how to navigate through them with grace. How do you recover from a devastating life event? This book helps you learn ...more
Mar 05, 2010 Colleen rated it really liked it
A very well written, helpful read that incorporates verses from the bible to make necessary points. The author highlights several people from her cirle of friends and the devestating events that happened to them. It helped me to also see that I not only wasn't the only person out there living with tragedy, but some of their tragedy seemed more horrific than mine. It was quite comforting at times, redundant at others.
Mar 19, 2012 Bethany rated it really liked it
Really enjoyed this book ... the scriptures running alongside the chapters really enhance the message. Provided a foundation for encouragement and introspection.
Apr 13, 2012 Stephanie rated it liked it
Good strategies for surviving crisis and turmoil. I like how the first section is immediate crisis and the second section is surviving the long haul.
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