Anchors for the Soul: Trusting God in the Storms of Life

Last weekend I was honored to spend some time with the University Park Church of Christ in Maryland. I was encouraged by their desire to serve the Lord and the integrated nature of their family. Dorn & Carolyn Muscar are serving the church there in a wonderful way.  They are a dedicated couple in the service of the kingdom.

The University Park website has posted my presentations on their website.  I have provided them below should you care to listen.

Five Anchors of Faith in the Storms of Life — How Long, O Lord: Psalm 13, by Dr. John Mark Hicks, 8-26-2012

Five Anchors of Faith in the Storms of Life, Bible Class, by Dr. John Mark Hicks, 8-26-2012   “Comforting Sufferers:  What Should We Do…Say?

Five Anchors of Faith in the Storms of Life, Session 1 – Learning to Lament: What the Psalms Can Teach Us About Grief, by Dr. John Mark Hicks, 8-25-2012

Five Anchors of Faith in the Storms of Life, Session 2 – Suffering with Jesus: How Jesus Transforms Suffering, by Dr. John Mark Hicks, 8-25-2012

Five Anchors of Faith in the Storms of Life, Session 3 – Trusting the Love of God: Assurance in the Storm, by Dr. John Mark Hicks, 8-25-2012



4 Responses to “Anchors for the Soul: Trusting God in the Storms of Life”

  1.   MattCook Says:

    Thank you for sharing this link.

    My family is part of a Great Cities Missions (formerly Continent of Great Cities) team to Cusco Peru. We were in the U.S. for a 2 month furlough and the birth of our son when we found out about 2 weeks ago at Vanderbilt that our 2 year old daughter has a fairly rare liver cancer. I’ve thought a couple of times that I wish I had “Yet Will I Trust Him” with me here in the U.S. (it’s one of the few books that I made sure to take to Peru). It was required reading for a David Lipe class a few years ago and I enjoyed it then, but it will be invaluable to me now. I’m looking forward to listening to these. I’m sure they’ll be an incredible help.

  2.   rich constant Says:

    John mark
    I know you’re probably extremely busy although.
    everyone it seems to be talking about the election and the debates.
    how about writing up post.
    just a little quickie under 2000 words. :-)
    blessings
    RICH

  3.   Jeremy Says:

    Thanks and God bless you more

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