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Sometimes I Don’t Feel Like Praying

Former editor and author Mike Jones (Insight; Help, Lord, I Blew It Again) has written a practical and easy-to-read new book for those dealing with life’s challenges (depression, addictions, panic attacks, alcohol abuse, surviving a crisis, being a church dropout, etc.)

He shares through anecdotes and specific steps a secret he contends most Christians don’t know, namely that life gets a whole lot easier if you exchange your present life for a new one. In chapter 5 he details how to do this and how to get some power in your life.

Mike also tells the story of his divorce and 16 years out of the church, then describes what it was like trying to come back. This is an excellent book for inactive or former members. Order a copy and check it out. You just may want to share it a friend or loved one.

Mike wrote this book during the time he headed Voice of Prophecy’s outreach to missing members. VOP Speaker-Director comments on Mike’s book: “Mike writes from personal experience about some of life’s greatest challenges. I especially appreciated his practical, biblical solutions and the anecdotes that made those solutions so much more understandable.”

Book Review

“Mike Jones is a man who grew up in the church–even worked for it–only to end up leaving it. After many years away, he has returned. I believe God will use this book to help many others return as well.”

“If you have a family member or friend who has left the church, try giving them this book…Mike Jones has something important to say to those outside and inside the church.”–Book Review by Ron Halvorsen, Jr.

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About Rich DuBose

Rich DuBose

is director of Church Support Services for the Pacific Union Conference

One comment

  1. I’ve read the book, Sometimes I don’t feel like praying. I was looking for his seminar The Fine Art of Connecting, or something comparable.

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