Book Launch: And Yet, Undaunted: Embraced by the Goodness of God in the Chaos of Life
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We hope you will join us on October 24 for a special book launch event with Connally Gilliam on a new publication which she co-authored with Paula Rinehart entitled, And Yet, Undaunted: Embraced by the Goodness of God in the Chaos of Life.
Life is hard. We often find ourselves walking through stories that don’t feel like they should be ours. And yet here we are. We wonder where our good God is in the midst of it.
But we are not left without hope. In fact—we have the greatest hope of all. Through vulnerable stories and rich insight, Paula Rinehart and Connally Gilliam point to the Larger Story that carries all the anxiety, longing, and beauty of our lives. The backdrop of the big gospel story—creation (how life ought to be), the fall (how life is), redemption (how life can be), and restoration (how life will be one day)—gives context to our lives and hope for walking forward. The grand story of the gospel of Jesus Christ frames our every step.
Learn more about And Yet, Undaunted and read an excerpt from the book here.
About the Authors
Paula Rinehart has been speaking and writing on women’s issues for more than 25 years. She is a marriage and family therapist. Her books include the best-selling Strong Women, Soft Hearts and Sex and the Soul of a Woman. Paula and her husband have two children and six grandchildren. They make their home in Raleigh, North Carolina. Read more about Paula Rinehart here.
Connally Gilliam serves with the U. S. Navigators. The author of Revelations of a Single Woman: Loving the Life I Didn’t Expect, she is a frequent speaker on sexuality, gender, race, and the unremitting goodness of God found in Jesus Christ. She holds an MA in Theological Studies from Regent College, Vancouver. Connally also sits on Regent College's Board of Governors. She has seven nieces and nephews and is a Godmother to five. She lives in Charlottesville, Virgina. Read more about Connally Gilliam here.
Regent College, Room 100
Paid parking available at Regent College and UBC