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Do you feel like you are barely holding on? Let the golden thread of God's presence be the calm on the other side of chaos. It could be that He is ... Read More
Do you feel like you are barely holding on? Let the golden thread of God's presence be the calm on the other side of chaos. It could be that He is weaving a brilliant new beginning in the middle of your mess.
“I know your faith will be lifted and increased with this new treasure.”—Chris Tomlin
Join beloved worship leader and songwriter of “Shout to The Lord”, Darlene Zschech as she traces God’s goodness through her recent transitions.
Perfect for anyone who’s:
Battling cancer or another health scare
Moving to a new city
Starting a church or a new job
Struggling through a season of doubt or change
Darlene urges us to maintain joy in the middle of it all. Rather than seeing her many life changes as a zigzag of unrelated events, Darlene and her family have learned to trace God’s goodness through every crisis—even as she faced the battle for her life, cancer.
Your heart will be encouraged, and your faith will soar right along with Darlene’s.
About the Contributor(s)Darlene Zschech is an acclaimed composer, worship leader, pastor, and speaker from Australia. Darlene’s success simply stands as a testimony...
Darlene Zschech is an acclaimed composer, worship leader, pastor, and speaker from Australia. Darlene’s success simply stands as a testimony to her life’s passion for serving God and people with all her heart. Alongside her husband, Mark, they are the senior pastors of Hope Unlimited Church (HopeUC) on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Weight (lbs)1.42 lb
Case Weight (lbs)34.18 lb
Dimensions 9.3(h) x 6.1(w) x 0.82(d) inches
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