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Book review: Living at the End of the Rope

Book review: Living at the End of the Rope
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Put yourself in someone else’s shoes and be ready to be challenged and encouraged.  “Living at the End of the Rope” by Ron Hughes (one of our assemblyHUB writers) is a raw but gentle look into the life of 10 couples and individuals.  These lives have been damaged, sidetracked and crushed in various ways and yet the presence of grace is still powerful in their lives.

These men and women have come through deep adversity due to health problems, marriage difficulties and breakup, mental illness, death of a child or spouse, a special needs child or struggling with old age. They have faced (and still are facing) many battles, climbed many rough mountains and felt the blow of pain.

Yet, despite all of these struggles there is a foundation of hope. There is a clinging to the Lord that has enabled them to face each day. There is an encouragement to remember that God is faithful.

Every one of us face trials. Reading this book will lift your eyes higher and fix them on the only One who can help.

December Give away. We’re giving away two author signed copies of the book on December 23. All who are signed up on our email list will be in the draw.  If you are not signed up, fill out the form in the sidebar to the right.

You can order copies at Ron’s website or Gospel Folio Press.

Crawford Paul

Crawford is an elder at Thorold South Gospel Chapel in Ontario and has a passion for the assemblies. He and his wife Beth serve in various ways within the assembly to build up and encourage the believers. He is president of Believers Stewardship Services Canada, an organization focused on helping individual Christians, local churches and Christian organizations with financial, legal and governance matters. Check it out at bsscanada.org

One Response to Book review: Living at the End of the Rope

  1. Elizabeth paul

    Good book review Crawford….where can I buy this book.

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