Preorder Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker’s new book, Why Are You Afraid?

Scott Aniol


We are very pleased to officially launch G3 Press today with a brand new book by Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker—Why Are You Afraid?

Illness, political turmoil, inflation, job security—these realities and more have many Christians today locked in the throes of fear and anxiety about the future. Not all fear and anxiety is sinful, and yet there are times when how we feel is not in keeping with how God would have his people respond. How do you recognize and respond rightly to sinful fear and anxiety? What is the remedy for overcoming it? In this insightful and devotional book, Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker consider those crucial questions through the lens of the sufficient Word of God.

Phil Johnson has this to say about Why Are You Afraid?

This book’s message is neither complex nor obscure. Yet the answers it gives and the help it offers are precisely what multitudes today are desperately looking for—and seemingly unable to find on their own. It is fitting that Darrell and Virgil would write about how to rise above our fears, because they are two of the most intrepid, unflinching, stout-hearted men I have ever had the privilege of knowing. They have written this book with their characteristic courage and raw clarity, and I know you will be blessed by it.

The book will ship February 14, but you can preorder now for a special introductory price! Click below.

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Scott Aniol

Executive Vice President and Editor-in-Chief G3 Ministries

Scott Aniol, PhD, is Executive Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of G3 Ministries. In addition to his role with G3, Scott is Professor of Pastoral Theology at Grace Bible Theological Seminary in Conway, Arkansas. He lectures around the world in churches, conferences, colleges, and seminaries, and he has authored several books and dozens of articles. You can find more, including publications and speaking itinerary, at Scott and his wife, Becky, have four children: Caleb, Kate, Christopher, and Caroline. You can listen to his podcast here.