How to Live Well When Life Falls Apart
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"If you are struggling with what your life looks like right now, this book offers real help and tangible hope."--Sheila Walsh, cohost of Life Today and author of It's Okay Not to Be Okay
You can thrive, not just survive, no matter what life throws at you.
No one gets to skip the tough stuff. Niki Hardy knows. After losing both her mother and sister to cancer, she too was diagnosed. Eventually she discovered that it was possible to find hope, peace, trust, joy, and even laughter in the midst of it all and that life doesn't have to be pain-free to be full.
With plenty of her British humor and loads of practical advice, Niki shows you how to
- replace soul-destroying myths of suffering with the hope-building truths of God
- escape the suffocating mire of survival mode by learning God's life-giving practices for thriving
- uncover more joy, peace, comfort, and connection, despite your circumstances
- laugh when all you want to do is cry, scream, or dive headfirst into a gallon of ice cream
"Niki Hardy eloquently unfolds her powerful story with raw, vulnerable honesty that cuts to the heart of the human condition."--JD Chandler, national media personality, K-LOVE Radio Network
"Filled with life-giving hope, practical help, and the perfect blend of real-life humor we need when life falls apart!"--Renee Swope, bestselling author of A Confident Heart and former radio cohost, Proverbs 31 Ministries
Niki Hardy is a speaker and writer who, alongside her husband, Al, founded CityChurch in Charlotte, North Carolina, where they now live with their three kids and two crazy Goldendoodles. A cancer survivor, tea drinker, and teller of bad jokes, she'd love to connect with you at www.nikihardy.com if she can't hug you in person.
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