Bestselling author, Ruthie Jacobsen, presents a huge dose of encouragement in this, her twelfth book. Here is a simple but life-changing recipe for hope even in tough times.
What others are saying about 5 Secrets for Peace In a Storm
Ruthie has done it again! This book will lift your spirits and make you grateful you took the time to read its wisdom. It is perfect for the times.
Zell Miller – Former Georgia Governor and US Senator
How we respond to the storms in our lives shapes our character. The pages of this book are filled with stories of private people, famous people and Bible heroes who came through “storms” with a lesson for us all. Ruthie Jacobsen gathers them all together and gives us 5 secrets we need to know.
Duane Cady, MD – Former president American Medical Association
Sometimes, when you’re hurt or feeling low-by all means, pray…then sit back and let Ruthie’s book soothe your soul.
Dr. Dennis Swanberg – America’s Minister of Encouragement
What a fresh and insightful word for our time. This is not only good reading, it is most helpful in living a victorious life!
Dr. Terry Teykl – Prayer Conference Speaker
Ruthie Jacobsen has a way of making eternal truths understand able with the help of beautiful yet simple stories.
Jerry McIntosh Co-Founder – Administaff, Inc
5 Secrets for Peace In a Storm will be a beacon for many who are struggling through stormy waters. All who read it will find welcome strength for today and tomorrow.
Albert G Lemmons, PhD – member National Prayer Committee
Here is a book of encouragement for anyone seeking for peace from the God of peace. The real-life stories illustrate how we can tap into His resources for healing and hope.
Tracy Edwards, MD – Georgia
I really enjoyed reading Ruthie’s powerful new book, 5 Secrets for Peace In a Storm. It’s interesting, it’s written in clear, crisp language and conveys a rich, joyous message. This book is going to help a lot of people.
Mark Cadavero, LCSW – Christian Family Counsellor
Wow! What a simple but powerful message. Often we try to make the things of God more complicated than they really are. Ruthie reminds us that experiencing peace is not dependent on what is happening around us, but rather what is happening in us.
Bill McClendon – Evangelist, church administrator