Facing Life’s Challenges Head On


How Jesus Gets You Through What You Can't Get Around

Do you want to live a victorious life?

Jesus wants that for you too! We usually can’t prevent what happens to us, but we can change our reaction to it just by following some simple biblical principles. Are you plagued by anxiety? So was the apostle Paul. Are you gripped with fear? So was the prophet Elijah. Are you riddled with doubt? So was John the Baptist.

Do you want to learn to live with hope, rather than despair, and optimism rather than dread? I invite you to join me on this journey. We’ll face some of life’s challenges head on, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Fear
  • Doubt
  • Rejection
  • Temptation
  • Guilt and Shame
  • Money
  • Comparison
  • Sickness
  • Compromise

We’re often our own worst enemies. I’m a lawyer who became a believer in my late thirties. Then God called me to be a pastor. I’ve made a lot of mistakes. I’ll share funny and sometimes sad stories of my own encounters with these issues and show the successes and failures of Biblical characters as they faced the same dilemmas. God included these narratives in the Bible to teach us how to avoid pitfalls and overcome adversity. Of course, we’ll learn from Jesus, the greatest teacher of all. He promises to get us through what we can’t get around.




"Bob Jennerich addresses ten real life struggles that sooner or later every person faces. I love the way he shows how those in Scripture have faced the same struggles and then gives practical ideas on how to overcome them. There is not one person who would not benefit from this book."
Dr. R. Larry Moyer

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