With his own story as the backdrop, Noble provides a plan that will help overcome the darkness of the soul that seems to rear its head every other week.
It never reads like a bad cliche nor does it ever feel like a bunch of spiritual fortune cookie bits. While this book is honest and challenging in the truth, it will not leave you feeling worse than you currently feeling. Noble has a pastor's heart and that shines through the pages. You will be encouraged and uplifted and, by the end of the book, you'll want to move so you can attend his church.
While this work will be of great help for people dealing with depression, anxiety, and other negative emotional turmoil; it will also be of great help to friends and family. If you know of someone suffering, pick up this book and read it through. You and your friend will be glad you did!
This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Tyndale Publishing.