Book Review: Help, I’m Drowning! Weathering The Storm of Life with Grace and Hope by Sally Clarkson

I am a huge fan of the author as I always listen to her podcasts and have read most of her books. I have been putting off reading this book which is her latest publication but I believe this was the right time to read it.

In this book, Sally encourages us to hold fast to God even through the storms of life. She uses her experiences to teach us that most of the things we are passing through in our personal lives, marriage, careers, relationships, e.t.c. are all common to man and not peculiar to us alone. I found a lot of her challenges very similar to what I have faced in the past and currently facing which warmed my heart to know that someone has lived this life and is fine. Using biblical principles, she tells us to believe and trust God in everything we do and if we hold on to him, he will always be there to help us.

This book spoke to me on many levels and I hope to find the time to read it again because It was that good. I highly recommend it.

Rating: 5 Stars

Published: September 14th 2021 by Bethany House Publishers

Pages: 256

Genre: Non-Fiction (Christian)

The Author:

Sally Clarkson — Show Archive — Risen Motherhood

From working on college campuses, to sharing the Gospel behind the Iron Curtain as a missionary, traveling around the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia to speak on discipleship, Sally Clarkson has tenaciously sought after God’s kingdom, and has used her ministry to encourage others to do the same. From her best-selling books such as Own Your Life, Desperate (with Sarah Mae), and her latest, The Lifegiving Home, Sally has shared from her heart and home about the value of motherhood and the potential for home to cultivate life, love, and faith. In 1995, She and her husband Clay founded Whole Heart Ministries, which has encouraged thousands of families around the world in discipling their children.

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