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How to Survive a Shipwreck: Help Is On the Way and Love Is Already Here di [Martin, Jonathan]
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Life is turbulent. On that, we can all agree. Disappointed dreams, broken relationships, identity crises, vocational hang-ups, wounds from the past—there are so many ways life can send us crashing up against the rocks.


In this deeply personal book, Jonathan Martin draws from his own stories of failure and loss to find the love that can only be discovered on the bottom. How to Survive a Shipwreck is an invitation to trust the goodness of God and the resilience of your soul. Jonathan’s clarion call is this: No matter how hard you’ve fallen, no matter how much you’ve been hurt, help is on the way—just when you need it most.


With visionary artistry and pastoral wisdom, Jonathan Martin reveals what we’ll need to make it through those uncharted waters, how we can use these defining experiences to live out of our depths, and why it will then become impossible to go back to the half-life we once lived.

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  • Editore: Zondervan (7 giugno 2016)
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  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B01863JKWQ
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5.0 su 5 stelle Once again, Jonathan Martin proves himself to be a master of Holy Spirit steeped prose. 21 giugno 2016
Di Tristan Sherwin - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
For those of us who have felt the storms of life pick us up, toss us around and deposit us in whereabouts we would never have chosen, this is the book you’ve been waiting for.

This is no memoir of escapism or survival techniques. Neither is this a book filled with clichés or an attitude that diminishes the brutality of the deluges and droughts which we experience. The words here are honest and raw, taking a long hard stare into the eye of the storm.

Reminiscent of great spiritual writers such as Richard Rohr, Brennan Manning and Barbara Brown Taylor, Martin pours out his soul with courageous vulnerability. Sharing from his own driftwood inspired pilgrimage, *How to Survive a Shipwreck* encourages us not to brace ourselves against the torrents but to let ourselves go within them. In return we’ll receive a perspective that is both beautiful and profound: There is actually life to be found in the unfathomable, hope to be salvaged within the flotsam and jetsam, and a cascade of grace in the falling. And although the eroding elements may have stripped us of all that we thought we once were, something of who we are becoming is being birthed.

What Jonathan shows is that there’s a force at work within the storm -- not endorsing it or colluding with it, but usurping its attempts to sift and destroy us. There’s a divine power seeking to save us through the very waters that are attempting to engulf us. But this has always been the paradoxical beauty of the gospel: water becomes wine, sorrow gives way to joy, and death is swallowed up in resurrection through the power of Christ.

Once again, Jonathan Martin proves himself to be a master of Holy Spirit steeped prose. I’d encourage you to drink deep and savour.

-- Tristan Sherwin, author of *Love: Expressed*
5.0 su 5 stelle Soul read reminiscent of Henri Nouwen 15 febbraio 2017
Di A. Moman - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I first purchased this book based on a tweet by an author that I follow on twitter, and finding it on sale, I hit the purchase button on my kindle. I knew I would enjoy it (as I usually enjoy when authors recommend other author’s books), but what I did not anticipate was how strongly my soul would resonate with this book. By the last page, I was weeping, and knew that I had just encountered God in a more powerful way than all the church services I’ve attended in the past year, hands down. If you’re in a hard place in life right now, or even if you’re not, this is the book to read. But you won’t get it if you’ve not been out into the deep parts of the ocean before. If you hold the hard things in life at arms length, you will read this book as if it were written for aliens on another planet. But for everyone who’s known deep pain, both self-inflicted and world-inflicted, this will resonate. And I promise you, by the end you will feel like you heard the whisper of God’s Spirit soothing you.

I’ve been an avid reader and have recommended many of Henri Nouwen’s books for this same reason. For me, this book will go on the list of books I recommend right up there with “In the Name of Jesus” and “The Inner Voice of Love” by Nouwen. Jonathan Martin’s intense vulnerability and candor are refreshing and courageous. Without giving you all the unnecessary details of his own shipwreck, he lets you see HOW his shipwreck impacted him greatly. And that might be the most profound piece of all. We tend to want to know the details of someone’s shipwreck, but the most profound piece isn’t HOW you found yourself lost at sea, but that you are now in fact dealing with the chaos of the sea. Watching each other and helping one another embrace and heal in the aftermath is so much more critical than knowing why your brother or sister are out to sea. They just are. Compassion builds when you open your eyes and see you are as well.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Highly recommended healing balm. 31 agosto 2016
Di PDK (2GreatCommandmentPreschooler) - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Jonathan Martin's book is simply one of the very best I've read and I can't recommend it highly enough. His heart felt, Spirit-led, honest, soulful words are as searing as they are gentle, eloquent as they are raw; and are a steadfast companion for any and all of us who have or will find ourselves drowning, stranded, shipwrecked in life. As Jonathan writes, "we may fail, but our faith will not." This is the first and Only book I've read by Jonathan Martin (& won't be the last) and, I mean this earnestly, I can't tell you how much he and this book mean to me. In these pages I found a friend who also knows what it's like to be shipwrecked and who , having survived, can remind and assure me, and us, as the subtitle says, that "help is on the way and love is already here". That's hope, and life, and really, really Good News.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Great read 6 agosto 2016
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su
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The writing pulls you in so deeply it's almost mesmerizing. While he doesn't share many details of his own shipwreck experience I do not find him unable to be vulnerable and share an authentic account of his own heartbreak. This book reflects deeply personal writing and to anyone who has ever felt spiritual or relational pain will be drawn to his words of encouragement and hope.
4.0 su 5 stelle A plank on a stormy sea 29 marzo 2017
Di DCS - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Rough, raw, real, the splinters in this plank will penetrate deep beneath the thin surface of your manufactured existence and offer a compelling glimpse of the life you are. Real and beautiful. Not blind to pain and conflict, but embracing the embracer who felt the rough raw, reality of a plank and splinters of
iron. Not a Job's counsellor, this book offers intimate friendship on a shared journey from wherever you are to a place beyond the storm.
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