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When you Can’t Find God by Linda Evans Shepherd

“This is the book of my heart. It’s the kind of book that took my whole life to write.” Best-selling author and popular conference speaker Linda Evans Shepherd knows what it’s like to suffer loss and pain and to allow God to bring victory in spite of great suffering. This book has a message of hope for all of us.

When problems such as job loss, a child in pain or an untreatable diagnosis interrupt our lives it’s tempting to doubt if God even cares. In fact, it’s easy to feel abandoned by God in times of crisis. When You Can’t Find God explains how to discover that God is near and ready to offer the power of His presence to help weather any storm.

Compassionate and practical with a touch of humour, Linda offers strategies for surviving difficult times, giving your troubles to God, praying through the pain, and finding peace, hope, and joy once more. She also shows you how to use your sorrows as a tool to draw nearer to God as you learn to trust Him more deeply.

 In this book you’ll hear Linda’s personal story about a car accident that changed her family’s life forever. She discovered and shares with us how God ignited the power of His presence in her own life and how He can do that in your life too.

A study guide is provided at the end of the book with discussion questions, scripture, and suggested prayer opportunities. Linda also created a two-minute video to go with every chapter.  You can check out the book’s website at and click on ‘chapter videos’ to see them. To give you a sneak peak, here is the link to Chapter 1: Where is God in Trouble?


Christian writer and speaker trying to follow God one yes at a time.

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