The Upside of Down: Finding Hope When It Hurts

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Moody Press, 1991 - Religion - 202 pages
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Joseph Stowell presents tribulation as the tool of God tha prepares Christians to be used by Him. It is through trials tht God draws us closer to Himself, if we will rely on Him. Ordeals will come, but our reaction to them is what affects faith.

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User Review  - Ron Murphy - Goodreads

1st read and most memorable of Stowell's books..HIGHLY reccommend Read full review

Review: The Upside of Down: Finding Hope When It Hurts

User Review  - Tracy Iacovetti - Goodreads

i've lost soooo many people this last three years, this book was a great help, i actually bought it for my mom,,, when she passed away i took it and read it. helps turn very difficult times into a springboard for healthy focused life. Read full review

Contents

With Appreciation
9
Introduction
11
The Upward Inward Look
13
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Dr. Joseph M. Stowell serves as the President of Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Joe also works with RBC Ministries, partnering in media productions, outreach to pastors, writing, and a web ministry called Strength for the Journey. His books include The Trouble with Jesus, Following Christ, Simply Jesus and You, and Radical Reliance. He earned degrees from Cedarville University and Dallas Theological Seminary. Joe and his wife Martie are the parents of three adult children. SPANISH BIO: Joseph M. Stowell es presidente del Instituto Biblico Moody, en Chicago. Joseph es el autor de muchos libros, incluyendo Shepherding the Church into the Twenty-First Century, Tongue in Check, y The Upside of Down.

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