We’ve all heard the fortune cookie advice, “when you’re at the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on.” What happens when you feel you’ve slipped from the rope and fell farther into the darkness that you ever dreamed possible and hit the bottom with greater force than you ever thought you could endure…but you have to endure it.
You need to go on.
You can go on. There’s great reward when you do. Find out:
- How to Know Your Hope is Secure
- How to Steward Your Destiny
- What to Do When Hope Dies
Hope in Transition examines what David did when he received news that turned everyone against him to give you answers to what to do when you get that phone call that knocks you to your knees.
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What People Are Saying
“Trevor Lund is very readable, and has written a book designed to bring hope in the midst of despair. His personal vulnerability gives encouragement for others who are struggling. Congratulations, Trevor, in obeying the Lord by writing this book. May it release new beginnings to many.”
~Rev. Ed Hird Rector, St. Simon’s Church North Vancouver http://edhird.wordpress.com
“People who have gone through a difficult period in life will be ministered to by this book. Its message and scriptures will connect with you on a number of levels–physically, mentally, emotionally and spirituality. As you read it, it will move you from feelings such as despair, discouragement, bitterness, and the weight of lack of forgiveness to a greater sense of hope and a closer relationship with the Lord.”
~Nancy Branton, Christian Leadership, Career & Life Coach www.peoplepotentialgroup.com
I am finding “Hope In Transition” to be a personal blessing and I’m considering buying a case to share with my career transition clients. When going through any transition hope is a big concern, I’ve found that a career transition without hope is especially daunting! I was pleased by how you shared the gospel and the essential truth about founding our hope in our relationship with Christ. I was impressed by your method of sharing scripture and these truths with such personal vulnerability and vivid tenacity.
I’m looking forward to sharing it with many others! Thanks again for following God’s will for your life! You are an inspiration.
JoAnne Casterlin, CPC http://stillnessandmotion.blogspot.com/
Hope gives and hope gives back. Don’t forget to pay it forward. The lessons you’ve learned, the strength you’ve gained, the victories you’ve won, and the wisdom you’ve garnered from transition is to be shared with others so that they can, in turn, have hope in transition.
Trevor Lund does just that. He very specifically and in detail mapped out the journey for you. He has given you the tried and true experiences that he has personally gained throughout his transition process. This is not a man’s opinion but his experiences. As a five-fold ministry teacher, I so appreciate the step by step outline of “Hope in Transition”. This book could easily become a teaching tool for others.
Laurie L Webb, Author of “Holy Spirit Made Me Do It” http://lauriewebbministries.com
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