Life Hurts. The people in this book can prove it by their firsthand experiences. Hurt, Healing, and Happy Again narrates 15 life-changing stories: Dr. Benjamin Carson journeys from a troubled childhood in inner-city Detroit to become a world-renowned neurosurgeon; pastor Noble Alexander clings to hope in Christ while suffering 22 years for his faith in a Cuban dungeon; and Joy Swift forgives the teen who murdered her children. These and many more stories illustrate grace-based Bible doctrine and showcase God’s loving providence in unique healings of the heart. Martin Weber’s pastoral wisdom rounds out each chapter with comments and questions encouraging personal reflection and group discussion.
The Logos edition enhances these stories with helpful digital functionality. Scripture citations appear on mouseover in your preferred English translation. Read these stories side by side with relevant scripture passages. The fully indexed texts enable instant search results. Keep connected with your small group with Faithlife and take the discussion with you using tablet and mobile apps.
Hurt, Healing, and Happy Again was an SDA “Sharing Book of the Year” and has sold 140,000 copies in print.
- Narrates life-changing moments in the lives of 15 people
- Includes questions with each chapter facilitating small group discussion
- Illustrates grace-based Bible doctrine
- Title: Hurt, Healing, and Happy Again
- Author: Martin Weber
- Publisher: Review and Herald
- Publication Date: 1989
- Pages: 160
About Martin Weber
Martin Weber, during four decades of ministry, pastored 11 congregations throughout the United States and Canada, trained clergy on five continents, was an associate editor of Ministry magazine, and served as a police chaplain. He attended Regent College and Carey Theological College, doing doctoral research on the attrition of young adult children of SDA clergy. Weber is also the author of My Tortured Conscience and God Was There: True Stories of a Police Chaplain. He currently manages SDA content at Logos Bible Software.