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Gary Zimak’s bestselling book Give Up Worry for Lent! has helped countless people tackle their worry habit. Now, Zimak returns with an eight-week resource you can use any time of year—by yourself or with a small group—with more insights and habits that will help you win the battle against worry and experience the peace that only Jesus can provide.
Give Up Worry for Good! will help you learn that it is possible to stop worrying. And Zimak will give you the tools you need to do it.
Drawing deeply from scripture, Zimak challenges you to walk in confidence with the Holy Spirit and to share what you’ve discovered with others—even as you continue to work on your own to break that worry habit once and for all. Get rid of the stressful, energy-sapping behaviors that keep you on edge and rob you of joy by cultivating habits of contented, peaceful living every day with promises from the Word of God:
• Turn to God for help.
• Do what you can.
• Expect difficulties.
• Look back with thanks and trust.
Interactive questions and daily reflections reinforce each lesson every week. This book is perfect for individual or group study.
A Note From the Publisher
“This book shows even the biggest worrywart how to rely on God with confidence.”
Fr. Dave Dwyer, C.S.P.
Executive director of Busted Halo
“In Give Up Worry for Good!, Gary Zimak gives us all a timely reminder that worry, while not of heaven, is very much a reality on earth. Zimak takes the reader through the battlefield of modern stress, worry, and anxiety and ushers in newfound peace and joy.
Executive vice president of Life Teen International
“Gary Zimak is one of the world’s most important authors because he helps people overcome the great affliction of modern life: worry. Read this book! Zimak can help you, step by step, to overcome worry and build a practical relationship of trust with God.”
Host of Catholic Answers Live
“A wonderful and ready-to-use resource for individuals, small-groups, and even entire parish communities. It reminds us that there is always hope amidst the worry of our world and age.”
Fr. Michael Hennessy, C.S.P.
Associate pastor of Cathedral of Saint Andrew
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Young adult ministry liaison at the Catholic Information Center