Sometimes life seems full of obstacles that can prevent us from experiencing peace in Christ. Even in the safest place life can offer, you can feel devoid of peace. No matter how hard you try, you can’t seem to find a peaceful balance of living between your worry over the present and fear of the future.
30 Days of Hope for Peaceful Living offers encouraging insight through examining what God’s Word has to say about peace. Author and pastor, Mark Bethea, shares personal reflections of God’s faithfulness through times of uncertainty and biblical understanding for how peaceful living can be accomplished, no matter what life throws at you.
Item #: N154115
Category: Christian Living
Size: 5.5 x 8.5 Inches
Page Count: 144
Pack Qty: 36
Pub Date: July 2015
“Mark Bethea is one of the most sincere and Christ-like men I have ever had the privilege of knowing. His devotional, 30 Days of Hope for Peaceful Living, will not only encourage you in your daily walk with Christ, but show you how you can find peace when the waves of life come crashing down. The scriptural truths that Mark unfolds are what each of us needs to hear to live a peaceful life for the glory of Christ.”
– Jeff Bush, worship leader, Christ Community Church
“Where does peace come from? Why is it so hard to find? Why is it so easily lost? Mark Bethea answers these questions prayerfully and scripturally. In the midst of crisis and turmoil, Mark walks the path of heartache and loss only to discover at the end of the journey is a Savior. Mark answers the call to cast his burdens at the feet of Jesus and encourages the reader to cling to the one who provides peace everlasting . . . Jesus Christ.”
– Stuart Davidson, pastor, Eastern Shore Baptist Church
About the Author
Mark Bethea serves as acquisitions and digital editor of New Hope® Publishers. He is also the pastor of Argo Baptist Church in Trussville, Alabama. Before Argo Baptist and New Hope, Mark served as a supply pastor for churches without a pastor and as an assistant at New Hope. Prior to interim pastoring, he served as a student pastor. He graduated from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary with a master of divinity degree. Mark has been married to Brittany, a pharmacist, for four years. They make their home in Birmingham, Alabama.