Finding Our Way through the Wilderness

Finding Our Way through the Wilderness

A Journey for Lent or Other Days of Spiritual Reflection and Prayer.

This life will eventually carry us through a wilderness, a period of life epitomized by hard- ships, suffering, wandering, and grief. The wilderness can also be a time to withdraw from the world, to give up something of significance in order to think, pray, read, and gain spiritual insight on life.

Finding Our Way Through the Wilderness is designed to help those who are in a wilderness by no choice of their own and those who choose to enter the wilderness to prepare spiritually for the arrival of Easter or the next part of their journey. Readers will emerge from the wilderness stronger, healthier, wiser, and better equipped to continue on their way.

“This is a book that will stretch you spiritually.”
—R. Alan Culpepper

“…masterful storytelling offers a calming assurance that we can navigate through the wilderness.”
—Dink NeSmith

“While reading Finding Our Way Through the Wilderness, I felt calm coming into my chaotic life.”
—Jean Sasson

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Dr. Michael Helms is the senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Jefferson, Georgia, and the author of numerous books, including Finding Our Way: An Introspective Journey Through the Labyrinth of Life, Hoping Liberia: Stories of Civil War from Africa’s First Republic, and Finding our Way with the Magi—A Daily Guide Through the Season of Advent.

Rev. Erica Cooper is Associate Pastor/Minister to Families at the First Baptist Church of Jefferson, Georgia. She is a 2009 graduate of McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta.



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