Learn how God often does His best work in our most hopeless situations. What do you do when a shattered dream or an unmet expectation causes you to turn to Plan B? Pastor and author Pete Wilson uses real-life stories of disappointments and tragedy, along with biblical stories such as David, Joseph, and Ruth, to help listeners face their own overwhelming situations and, through them, to learn God is working to help them surrender their plans to receive His. He identifies our common responses to difficulties and offers hope, helping us to:
Wilson points listeners to the cross as not just the starting line but the centerpiece of our stories with God, where we turn in our Plan B and find the undeniable relationship between crisis and true spiritual transformation.
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Plan B was recommended to me by a friend who understood some of my struggles, listening I have been able to let go and begin a new journey in my walk with Christ as my guide.
I had no clue who Pete was until one day his Twitter post showed up randomly in my feed. Clicked on it and read about his new book, then I was intrigued by "plan b". Downloaded it on audio and in the first 5 minutes fell in love with Pete and his book. So thankful for the nudge of the Holy Spirit that day.
Pete Wilson has a talent for talking as if straight to each individual person. Simplistic - lessons based on scripture and applied to today's questions. I can become "involved" with Pete on audio - which makes it so much more personable than reading the actual book.
Listening to the actual author is always more inspiring to me. Its easy with Pete Wilson to stay involved and look forward to moving deeper into his insight and lesson.
I particularly appreciated the story of the missionary family who gave birth to the deaf twins - and how it redirected their lives "in God's Way".
Audio books is my way to read. Either when I am on the road - or when I am painting or busy with tasks - I can still enjoy a good read. Otherwise I might miss out on so many good books.
Yes. I love the stories and insights from the bible. Pete has a unique way of getting through to me. I love that he narrates it too.
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