Paul Wolfe, the associate pastor at my church, New Hope Presbyterian, has just had his first book published. My God Is True: Lessons Learned along Cancer's Dark Road, is now available from Banner of Truth.
Those of you who have lived with cancer, or known someone who has, might be interested in this promotional quote for the book from Alistair Begg:
"My search is over for the one book to give to someone battling cancer. This material is exceptional - the most helpful I have read on this subject."
Also -- and I'm pulling these quotes off the linked page above because the names of these men are fairly well known in Reformed circles -- from the forward by Sinclair Ferguson:
One of the hallmarks of "My God Is True!" that makes it stand apart, is not only the engaging modesty with which the story is told, but the framework within which it has been written - a deep sense of the undergirding sovereignty and grace of God, his faithfulness, and his wisdom - a recognition that his ways are higher, deeper, and wise than ours. While this is the story of a young man's pain, his struggles, his journey through a valley of deep darkness, it is also a story of love - Paul's love for Christ, his shared love with his wife Christy and their family circle. It is a testimony to what it means to belong to the living fellowship of Christ's people, the church."
I listened to Paul teach through the book during our evening services over the summer. I recommend the book, highly.
My God Is True: Lessons Learned Along Cancer's Dark Road
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