I have a brand new book out simply called “Hope.”

Through all the ups and downs, I have found a hope that has sustained me through the dark times and given me peace and confidence at all times. I believe this hope can be yours, no matter what your present situation. But what happens to your hope when life takes a sudden, unwanted turn?
You walk around a corner and find yourself face to face with a personal crisis…the passing of a loved one…the ache of loneliness…the worry over a stormy marriage…the agony of a son or daughter who has chosen a destructive path. The Bible tells us of a hope that will see us through the darkest of valleys and sustain us in the driest of deserts. And beyond the practical help God offers for every situation in this life, He points us toward the ultimate hope of eternal life in heaven, and the unfailing encouragement of our Lord’s any-moment return.
This book will not only help you but will be a tremendous tool as you try to help others going through crisis.
You can order a copy at Amazon.com.

4 thoughts on “I have a brand new book out simply called “Hope.””

  1. Belinda says:

    Hello Greg, its a pleasure to be writing to you today. I had a question that has been roaming through my head for the longest, I wanted to know if being married through court counts as being married in Gods eyes?My husband and I got married 2 years ago during his 2 week leave from deployment. I was just curious to know.

  2. Brenda Dangler says:

    Very tragically, we have the loss of a son in common. i look forward to buying your book “Hope”. I frequently use the exact same phrase you do… we need to be sustained through this lifetime. So very thankfully, Clay was a Christian and now may be best buddies with Christopher! Clay was helping train U.S. Navy SEALs with their grueling underwater lifesaving skills just days before his tragic motorcycle/school bus death. Our hearts are crushed.
    I so enjoy your programs on TV and look forward to comfort from your book. No one could possible imagine the abyss from the loss of their precious child. I’ve written 14 poems within the past 5+ years. If you’d like, I’d be glad to send some of them to you. In His grace, Brenda Dangler, for all of us in Michigan

  3. Lance T. says:

    Dear Pastor Greg,

    Today I placed an order for your new book. I desperately could use some encouragement right now. This week my dearest friend was diagnosed with leukemia. She just started chemotherapy yesterday. This hurts so much, and my heart just aches for her. We are both believers, but I’m having a hard time fending off the fears and doubts that come with this kind of crisis. Please remember us in prayer. God Bless you, Pastor Greg.

  4. Melanie says:

    I just looked at the Amazon preview and it looks awesome, pastor Greg. Can’t wait to get it! 🙂

    I am going through some personal difficulties right now and a friend told me “Don’t think that just because everything seems to be going wrong that you aren’t right in the center of Gods will for you.”

    I know things will go wrong sometimes, but it’s so comforting to know that the Lord is there carrying me through.

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