Could your past disappointment be the source of your present trouble?
Many people are living aimless lives, suffering from depression, anxiety,
doubt, cynicism, and fear because of disappointments they have experienced
in the past. Y ou may even be affected without realizing it—completely
unaware that events that happened long ago are still simmering in the
background. But you can find the strength to change the course.
In The Art of Joy Tracey Armstrong skillfully uses the biblical stories of
Sarah, the wife of Abraham, and King David, who both defeated pain and
disappointment, to demonstrate not only how to cope with hurt but also
Now is the time to break the chains of disappointment and experience a
dramatic shift in your perspective. Your eyes will open to:
- The fact that God has destined you to win despite difficult circumstances
- The telltale signs of unrecognized disappointment and the steps necessary to walk in freedom and purpose
- God’s eternal forces of faith, hope, and love and how they are available to you now as a part of His promise
TRACEY ARMSTRONG and his wife, Nathalie, are the pastors of Citadel
Church in Seattle, Washington, where they are equipping the emerging
generation for spiritual, social, and economic influence. A coach to business
people and entrepreneurs, Tracey conducts a weekly meeting for achievers
and wealth builders in Seattle, with the goal of introducing business people to
their Creator and equipping them to use their God-given creativity without
limits. Ordained at Covenant Celebration Church in Tacoma, Washington,
Tracey was a youth pastor in Southern California for several years. He and
his wife have three children, Tristen, Yosef, and Sophia.