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In a world of uncertainty, pain, and struggle, where do you find solid assurance and unshakable truth? Renowned Bible teacher and encouraging Women of Faith® speaker Sheila Walsh has created an inspiring collection of ten powerful bedrock promises from God that provide a foundation of peace, hope and strength in life’s storms.

In God’s Shelter For Your Storm (Thomas Nelson, Jacketed Hardcover, ISBN: 978-1-4041-9010-8, $15.99), releasing in June, Sheila emphasizes the promises God supplies through His Word for living a life full of joy in the midst of difficult times. The chapters include promises on Peace, Confidence, Love, Grace, Hope, Strength and more to provide the reader with a shelter during life’s difficult storms.

“The storms of life are not discriminating. We all experience them no matter our age or status.  Any one of us at any time can find ourselves surprised by joy one minute and overwhelmed by grief the next,” shares Walsh in this uplifting book. “When these storms come, it’s our human nature to become anxious, even fearful, as we step into the unknown of what lies ahead. We get tired and confused and sometimes even lose our way as the weight of life presses down. But we’re told in God’s Word that we shouldn’t be surprised when we encounter these tough times. After all, Jesus Himself experienced them; why should we expect an easier path? Jesus promised that although we would face tribulation, to take heart (John 16:33). For He has overcome.”

This beautiful book is the perfect gift of encouragement for anyone struggling through a hard time, grief, or sadness. With God’s Shelter for Your Storm readers will build a deeper trust in God. Containing brief, easy to read chapters, this is a great resource for women’s, grief, or ministry counseling groups.

God’s Shelter For Your Storm is available for review via NetGalley now.

About Sheila Walsh:
Sheila Walsh is a powerful communicator, Bible teacher, and best-selling author with more than 4 million books sold. As a featured speaker with Women of Faith®, Sheila has reached more than 3.5 million women by artistically combining honesty, vulnerability, and humor with God’s Word.

Author of the best-selling memoir Honestly and the Gold Medallion nominee for The Heartache No One Sees, Sheila’s most recent release, The Shelter of God’s Promises, has also been turned into a DVD curriculum and in-depth Bible study. The Gigi, God’s Little Princess book and video series has won the National Retailer’s Choice Award twice and is the most popular Christian brand for young girls in the United States.

Sheila co-hosted The 700 Club and her own show Heart to Heart with Sheila Walsh. She is currently completing her Masters in Theology.

Check out the haircut and look from her first new wave rock album (when Larry Norman was endorsing her), Future Eyes.
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