Everyone experiences crisis.
Everyone responds differently in crisis.
Some respond well, many do not.

Upon reading the words “if you fall to pieces in a crisis there wasn’t much to you in the first place” this author responded. Like getting the proverbial punch in the gut and the wind knocked out of her sails was how the author felt the first time she applied those words to her crisis. Who says that? Well... God does.

Appearances can be deceiving.
At times, we tend to focus on what is happening to us, instead of noticing what is happening around us, and what could potentially happen within us in the midst of a crisis. You’ll discover valuable lessons you can apply while experiencing any crisis. This is a journey of one woman who was about to adopt children when a cancer diagnosis occurred. You’ll enter into this story of crisis and through the use of a buffet of ‘P’ words you’ll discover purposeful insights to apply in the midst of any crisis.

Prior to the Crisis Preparation before the Crisis Pondering the Crisis People surrounding the Crisis Persistence in the Crisis Provision through the Crisis Power over the Crisis Peace vs. Piece in the Crisis Possibility & Promise after the Crisis
Published: WestBow Press on
List price: $7.99
Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Availability for CRISIS: Mine’s Cancer, What’s Yours?
  1. This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.
scribd