We are a kaleidoscope. Tiny pieces of glass. Combined, a beautiful pattern. Upside-Down Results shares the pattern God is making through the struggles believers have with family, freedom, function, and faith. Containing first-person accounts¸ Upside-Down Results reveals that these struggles, when surrendered to Christ, become amazing and incredibly powerful stories of God’s love, redemption, and hope. With an upside-down view of family, you’ll find each person has his or her unique story and a place to belong, thrive, serve, love, and be loved.

Product Information

Retail: $14.99
Digital: $9.99
EAN: 9781596694040
ISBN: 1596694041
Item #: N144110
Category: Christian Life
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Size: 6 X 9 Inches
Page Count: 192
Pack Qty: 36
Pub Date: May 2014

About the Author

Diversity is the highlight of Susan Field’s life. Having lived and worked in the Lower East Side of Manhattan for more than 25 years, she has worshipped with a diverse group of people. It is this love for diversity, and seeing it as a picture of what heaven will be like, that inspired her to write. She, and her husband, Taylor, helped the ministry site, Graffiti, become a church which now ministers to more than 10,000 people a year and has assisted in some way with starting more than 30 new churches. She has ministered to hundreds of college students through her affiliations with Columbia University United Campus Ministries and New York University Chaplains’ Circle. She has two married children, both working in ministry in New York City.

David is the founder and president of the Baptist Crossroads Project that has built 91 homes in the Upper Ninth Ward of New Orleans in a partnership with Habitat for Humanity. CrossroadsNola, its new name, is now turning its focus to addressing the needs of foster children in the region. He is also a member of the board of New Orleans Baptist Ministries which operates a shelter for women and children, Baptist Friendship House, and is building a medical clinic in the Lower Ninth Ward, an underserved area.

He has received many awards and recognitions for his efforts, including:  Honorable Mention, New Orleanian of the Year, Gambit Weekly, 2006; Role Model Award for 2005, Young Leadership Council of New Orleans; Home Depot Foundation, NeighborWoods Award, 2006, for building healthy and sustainable communities (Baptist Crossroads); Board of Directors Philanthropy Award, 2007; AFP of Greater New Orleans (Baptist Crossroads); Selection Committee, Times-Picayune Loving Cup (civic award), 2007, 2012.

He and high school sweetheart, Janet Rose Crosby, live in Louisiana and have three children and eight grandchildren.