Illness, political unrest, inflation, and job instability are realities that, along with others, have trapped many Christians in the agony of fear and anxiety about the future. Not all fear and anxiety is sinful. However, there are times when our feelings do not agree with the way God wants his people to respond. How do you recognize and respond correctly to sinful fear and anxiety? What is the remedy to overcome them? In this astute and devotional book, Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker consider those crucial questions through the lens of the sufficiency of God’s Word.
«The message of this book is not complex or confusing. Yet the answers it gives and the help it offers are precisely what today’s multitudes desperately seek, yet are unable to find for themselves. It is so fitting that Darrell and Virgil write about overcoming our fears, because they are two of the most fearless, unwavering, and brave men I have ever had the privilege of knowing. “They have written this book with their characteristic courage and clarity, and I know it will be a blessing to all.”
Executive Director Thank You
Darrel Harrison serves as Dean of Social Media at Grace to You, Dr. John MacArthur’s social media ministry. He co-hosts the Just Thinking podcast , one of the leading Christian podcasts in the world with an extended format. Darrell is a member of the Institute of Black Leadership and Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary and is currently preparing to become certified as a biblical counselor with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. He is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. Together with his wife Melissa, they reside in Santa Clarita, California. They have three adult children: Collin, Naomi and Yasmine, who reside in Georgia.
Virgil Walker serves as Executive Director of Operations at G3 Ministries. He co-hosts the Just Thinking podcast , one of the leading Christian podcasts in the world with an extended format. Virgil is a student at Midwest Baptist Theological Seminary, where he is completing his master’s degree in theological studies. Along with his wife Tomeka, he lives in Douglasville, Georgia. They have three children: Princess, Princeton and Price.