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Divine Disruption: Holding on to Faith When Life Breaks Your Heart

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USA Today Bestseller

Learn how to work your way through life’s unexpected challenges with grace and find a deeper faith while on your journey. In this biblical and conversational book by Dr. Tony Evans and his four adult children—Chrystal Evans Hurst, Priscilla Shirer, Anthony Evans, and Jonathan Evans—you will hear five insightful perspectives on what it means to hold on to faith when life breaks your heart.

We have all been through difficult seasons and times in life when it seems like the hits keep coming and you can barely catch your breath. The Evans family knows what this is like, as they’ve experienced the deep grief of losing eight loved ones in less than two years’ time, including the devastating passing of Lois Evans, the matriarch of the family. 

In Divine Disruption, Dr. Tony Evans and his children pull back the curtain on their faith-shaking experiences, in order to provide biblical wisdom and practical encouragement for how to deal with the hard, unexpected things we all inevitably face.

You’ll walk away with insights on:

  • Why bad things happen despite a good and powerful God
  • Persevering in difficult times and experiencing God’s peace
  • What causes distress in your life—and how to move past it
  • How to keep your faith from being damaged during tough times 


Join the Evans Family in this unique Kingdom Legacy partnership as they candidly share honest questions they’ve asked, raw emotions they’ve felt, and solutions they’ve learned. Your life may have been interrupted, but you can use that to grow closer to God—and find peace.

Top Highlights

“I believe the disruption we were facing was divine. God was allowing this to interrupt the natural order of things for a divine reset, for some sovereign purpose. Something this big does not just hit the world randomly or without generational and spiritual impact.” (Page 94)

“The seventh chapter of Ecclesiastes tells us that it’s better to go to a funeral than a party because only at a funeral do we take life seriously.” (Page 20)

“Can You show me some kind of purpose or good that can come out of this pain?’ But to question God is to challenge His authority. Honest questions come from a place of humility; challenge is steeped in rebellion and arrogance. Challenge demands an answer. Growing up, my children could ask me any question, but I would not tolerate them challenging me. There is a difference.” (Page 150)

“Day after ordinary day when you did not receive the grim diagnosis, when your loved one did not succumb to death, when betrayal did not poison your relationship, when the accident did not total your possessions, this was by His power alone, holding back the endless waves of evil pressing in on your life.” (Page 113)

“Through thick and thin, drought and flood, good times and bad, even though there’s opposition, even though things may not be working out the way we had hoped or planned, we have one goal in this one short life we live on planet earth: Do not lose focus. Serve the purposes of God.” (Page 105)


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