New Book Released That Can Change Your Life
Have you ever wanted to hear from God and heard only silence? This honest memoir of a long-time pastor will encourage you and inspire you as he shares an experience of God falling silent when he needed to hear from God the most.
Blackbird Singing in the Dead of Night: What to Do When God Won’t Answer by Gregory L. Hunt is a raw, honest look at a long-time pastor’s struggle to receive guidance from God only to find that God had fallen silent. http://www.WhenGodWontAnswer.com
The religion/spirituality sections of bookstores are lined with 'sure fire' formulas for knowing God. This is not one of those books!
What sets this book apart is the way it folds the elements of memoir into an actual experiment in spirituality, offering a realistic, yet hopeful alternative for those who have experienced disappointment in their pursuit of God.
What Others are Saying
“In this most beautiful book, Greg Hunt invites us into an unsettling time in his life, exposes the fault lines of his faith, and describes the path he walked into and out of the dark. Thanks to the trail markers he leaves along the way, he makes it easier for us to find our way, too.”
Susan M. Heim, co-author, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Devotional Stories for Women
“Sometimes raw, always honest, and ultimately hopeful, Blackbird Singing in the Dead of Night speaks to the spiritual longings of the human heart. It offers not a tidy spiritual prescription, but a ragged record of the quest for God and the pursuit of a purposeful life. It’s as much about the search for truth as it is finding it.”
Julie Pennington-Russell, senior pastor, First Baptist Church, Decatur, GA
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Founded in 2002, Directions, Inc. serves people as they lead their organizations, relationships and lives. Gregory L. Hunt, President, is a highly regarded speaker, consultant and writer. He leverages his wide-ranging work in the worlds of church, community, business, academia, life coaching and relationship education to help people think holistically and purposefully about their lives, relationships and work.