Jena Fellers

Faith Illustrated

Taking Your Next Step

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How could you walk if you couldn't see what lay ahead? How would you know where to go? Taking the next step would be scary and possibly dangerous.

From her history of facing the diagnosis of a progressive eye disease, Jena Fellers knows how much trust is needed to tame fear of the unknown. Over time, she learned how to let go more often and started trusting others to guide her. She believes this illustration will help you with your journey of faith as well.

This book defines faith, teaches how to grow in it, and shares the benefits of stronger faith. Jena illustrates how blind individuals use a sighted guide, the trust and surrender that requires, and how God desires to be our guide.

To know how to follow correctly and walk by faith, one must understand Proverbs 3:5 better. Using personal and biblical illustrations, Jena guides us through this verse, one word or phrase at a time.

This journey demonstrates how trust and faith work together and how trusting God can shine light on our path. It lets you reflect upon and measure your own amount of trust. It motivates us to keep walking, with God’s guidance, even when we cannot see what is directly in front of us.

Are you ready to take your next step of faith? Faith Illustrated offers an opportunity for personal reflection, building strength to allow God to guide you where He desires with new confidence and trust in Him.

Start following God’s lead today with every step you take.

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Five Keys to Surviving Life's Storms

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Have circumstances in your life overwhelmed you to the point you feel you've been knocked off a horse mid–stride and can't breathe? I have, over and over. I call these life's storms.

Storms in life can hit hard and fast. They might blow out as quickly as they blow in. Or they could hammer long and hard, like hurricanes. It's even possible for multiple storms to strike simultaneously, leaving you in a state of despair, where you believe giving up is your only option.

Regardless of the type, size, or duration of the storm, hope remains. All storms pass. The way you handle them determines if you come out bitter or better. There are steps you can take to keep calmer, prevent damage, and keep your sanity during the storm. I call these steps "keys."

Whether your storm is a major loss, a temporary battle, or a fiery dart from our enemy, the devil, the first step is to identify the storm. Without recognizing a storm, you can't implement the keys in this book. So let's take a look at some examples of storms we might encounter in life.

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From Mishaps to Mission

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Have you ever been excited about something, only to have it all fall apart? Do you wish you could go back in time to avoid misery?

Steve Fellers understands. When he set off on a long bus ride to go pick up a gift car in another state, what was supposed to be a blessing turned into exhausting delays, crimes, sirens, and accidents. While others might have given up, Steve discovered at the end of it all that blessings can be found even in the midst of pain and sacrifice.

In this modern-day memoir, discover how several grim mishaps culminated in a glorious mission.

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About the Author

Jena Fellers walks by faith, not by sight—both physically and spiritually. After losing her vision due to retinitis pigmentosa, she married Steve Fellers. They have three children and four grandchildren. In Baxter Springs, Kansas, Steve and Jena have pastored Trinity Worship Center since 1998. In 2009, they co–founded Word in Action Ministries, a program that rebuilds lives through feeding and other services. As an author, inspirational speaker, and co–pastor, Jena loves to share personal stories, especially about the miraculous ways she has witnessed God working in her life. Her passion is to educate and encourage others to follow Christ a little closer. Jena blogs and regularly writes for numerous publications.

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