Stumbling on Open Ground Paperback
A Journey with God to the Edge and Back
by Ken Mansfield;
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Stumbling on Open Ground
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It's tough being a Christian when hardships strike. We're all human and that means we're all susceptible to pain, doubt, exhaustion, anger, fear, the whole gamut of human emotions and experience. And they all come in a swarm when you get cancer.
Stumbling On Open Ground steps away from the pattern of other cancer books, Christian or secular, and attempts to tackle the question of how you can doubt a God that you do not doubt. It's about having trouble believing what is going on when you believe God knows what he is doing at all times. It is about questioning what is happening when you know where all the questions are answered.
Author Ken Mansfield takes readers into the experience in visceral, vulnerable passages that weave the ongoing spiritual struggle and physical pain with eventual triumph. Humbling and inspiring, his story forms a raw and ragged look at human suffering, one that validates our shared experience, provokes a powerful sense of empathy and encourages us to push into God even when it feels like God is pushing back.
Stumbling on Open Ground by Ken Mansfield was published by Thomas Nelson in January 2013 and is our 15404th best seller. The ISBN for Stumbling on Open Ground is 9781400204601.
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Details for Stumbling on Open Ground
|Page last updated||25th February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Ken Mansfield|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (January 2013)|
|Number of Pages||272|