Three Great Books by Paul David Tripp From Shepherd Press

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Lost in the Middle

The Bible never discusses midlife,

just like it never discusses teenagers . . .

Yet the Bible is able to unpack any of life’s experiences because it was written by the One who made them all. Life on this side of glory is hard. This world is a broken place. You will face things in midlife that beat at the borders of your faith, but you do not have to be lost in the middle of your story.

Although this book is directed at those who are facing the issues of midlife, it has a much broader net than that. Lost in the Middle can help all who are confronted with life in this broken world and have lost their way. The God who seems so distant to you in this moment is actually near and active. Lost in the Middle is written to give you eyes to see him, to see yourself more clearly, and to find the real hope that you need to carry on.

You do not have to be paralyzed by regret, defeated by aging, and discouraged by the passing of your dreams. This time of life, which can seem like the end of many things, can actually welcome you to a brand new way of living. As is so often the case in your walk with the Lord, this moment of pain is also a moment of grace. Because of this, we all need to occasionally step back, slow down, and consider where we are going. Lost in the Middle will help you to do just that.

Broken-down House

Sin has ravaged the house that God created. It sits slumped, disheveled and in pain, groaning for the restoration that can only be accomplished by the hands of him who built it in the first place. The good news is that the divine Builder will not relent until everything about his house is made new again. The bad news is that you and I are living right in the middle of the restoration process. We live each day in a house that is terribly broken, where nothing works exactly as intended. But Emmanuel lives here as well, and he is at work returning his house to its former beauty.

A new companion video series, Portrait of a Struggle, is coming soon.

Learn more by following Shepherd Press’s Broken-Down House BookTweets on Twitter. A full book review by Tim Challies is available at Challies.com.


Portrait of a Struggle

Coming Soon!

This companion video to the book Broken-Down House answers the following questions: Why are the normal things of everyday life such a struggle? Why is communication so difficult? Why do relationships end up disappointing us? Why do all of us struggle with anger?

God has chosen to keep his children in relationships with flawed people and in situations in a broken world. But we do not need to be discouraged; God is using all of this to do wonderful things in and through us. Don’t give way to ugly anger. Don’t be paralyzed by discouragement. Come and watch a portrait be painted of a much better way.

Ten 25-minute sessions on 3 DVDs. Includes Discussion Guide and Leader’s Guide.

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