Author: Marvin David
Brand: WaterBrook Press
Color: Sky/Pale blue
Package Dimensions: 18x202x249
Number Of Pages: 224
Release Date: 05-10-2021
Details: Product Description
Free yourself from anxiety by discovering and applying principles given by God to lead us away from panic and toward peace.
“These pages will feel like a lifeline for the anxious, overwhelmed, and burned out.”—Jennie Allen, New York Times bestselling author of Get Out of Your Head
If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by panic, fear, worry, or anxiety, you’re not alone. A part of the human experience often involves anxious feelings that paralyze us, keep us up at night, rob us of our ability to live in the moment, and pretty much suck the life out of us. But this doesn’t have to be the case. You can stop freaking out.
Sound too good to be true? It
is true. In fact, it’s a promise from God himself.
At least 366 times, the Bible commands us to
not fear. God loves us and doesn’t want us to be ruled by anxiety. Not surprisingly, most people don’t understand what the Bible actually teaches about anxiety, fear, and worry.
Consider this book a practical resource to help you connect the dots between your anxiety and what God has to say about defeating it. As you are about to discover,
you really can stop freaking out.
“David’s words are like a much-needed road map in a time of deep confusion, fog, and anxiety. I’m thankful for David being the guide we need.”
—Jefferson Bethke, New York Times bestselling author of Take Back Your Family
“These pages will feel like a lifeline for the anxious, overwhelmed, and burned out. David is one of the greatest shepherds of people I know, and this book is timely as we rebuild our lives.”
—Jennie Allen, New York Times bestselling author of Get Out of Your Head and founder and visionary of IF:Gathering
“David is deeply acquainted with the greatest needs and struggles of the next generation. Prepare to be challenged and then comforted while laughing along the way.”
—Timothy Ateek, executive director of Breakaway Ministries
“I have personally benefitted from David’s wisdom as it relates to anxiety. If you suffer from worry, anxiety, panic attacks, or freaking out, he will be an expert guide to the peace and calm that can only be found in Jesus.”
—Jonathan Pokluda, pastor and bestselling author of Welcome to Adulting and Outdated
“David pairs lighthearted relatability with profound biblical wisdom to offer a practical guide for alleviating the anxiety that plagues us.
We’re All Freaking Out is an invaluable tool to help stop toxic thoughts before they send us into a spiral of despair.”
—Allie Beth Stuckey, author of You’re Not Enough (and That’s Okay) and host of Relatable
“This book provides a timely, needed, and practical strategy for each of us to face the current epidemic of anxiety head on.”
—Brad Lomenick, past president of Catalyst and author of H3 Leadership and The Catalyst Leader
We’re All Freaking Out is a masterpiece—art for your soul. Through compelling stories and helpful tips, you will be encouraged and equipped to rest your worries with our God.”
—Jared C. Wilson, bestselling author of The Imperfect Disciple and Love Me Anyway
“In this book, David Marvin is hilariously funny and yet deadly serious. If you find yourself freaking out (which is all of us), this book shows you why you don’t need to.”
—Kyle Idleman, bestselling author of Not a Fan and One at a Time
We’re All Freaking Out is an outstanding book that points your anxieties back to Scripture. This is a must-read for anyone navigating the struggles in wanting to break free from anxious thoughts.”
—Joe White, CEO of Kanakuk Kamps
“Anxiety and worry are two of the most common reasons people come to our counseling practice. David Marvin has done a wonderful job describing what fear looks like, why it develops, and how we can tackle it by resting in Truth.”
—Dr. Steven K. Lytle, licensed psychologist and founding partner of Sparrow House Counseling
About the Author
David Marvin is the young adults director at Watermark Community Church. Through his leadership of The Porch—a week