Finding Grace and Strength for a Lasting Faith
by Trillia Newbell
Pub Date 12 Nov 2019
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"This is the best book on endurance I have ever read. As I began, I knew this book was going to be different—Trillia Newbell has given us something that is deeply wise, practical at every turn, and laden with illuminating illustrations. Again and again she points us to Jesus and reminds us each time that the hope for our endurance is not found in our faithfulness but rather made possible because of his. You don't have to dread the race ahead; you can look at the road ahead with anticipation and hope. This book will tell you why."
-Paul David Tripp, pastor and author of New Morning Mercies
"The longer I live, the more I want to finish the Christian race well and hear the words, 'Well done, good and faithful servant.' Trillia Newbell's newest book, Sacred Endurance, offers practical and personal encouragement to faithfully live the Christian life, daily looking to Jesus. Amid life's hardships and struggles, her words will refresh your soul and spur you on in the race."
-Melissa Kruger, director of women's content at The Gospel Coalition, author of In All Things
"If you're reading this, you're breathing. And if you're breathing that can only mean one thing—God isn't finished with you yet! No matter the premature judgments of others, your race is not over! Sacred Endurance is just the oxygen we need to help us hear those two words from our Father we long for, 'Well Done!'"
-Bryan Loritts, lead pastor, Abundant Life Christian Fellowship, author of Insider/Outsider
"As a friend and colleague of Trillia Newbell, I can testify that the author lives out the message of this book every day. She is characterized by joy, exuberance, and persistence. Maybe you, like me, are sometimes finding yourself feeling exhausted by the whirl of life all around us. This book will equip you to keep running, with your feet on the ground and your eyes on the prize."
-Russell Moore, president, The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission for the Southern Baptist Convention