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Finding God in the Dark

Finding God in the Dark

Faith, Disappointment, and the Struggle to Believe

by Ted Kluck and Ronnie Martin

“Every day I meet someone who can benefit from the insights and authenticity that fill up this little volume."

—David W. Hegg, Senior Pastor, Grace Baptist Church

About the Book and Authors

About the Book and Authors

Whether you've lost someone you loved, suffered career failure, or simply been let down by a fellow Christian, it's natural to wonder whether God has forgotten about you.

Read an Excerpt: A Failed Adoption

Read an Excerpt: A Failed Adoption

"It's after we find God in the dark that we realize He was already there."

What People Are Saying

What People Are Saying

"Ted and Ronnie remind us that we're never promised a way out of the valley of the shadow of death, but only the presence and comfort of our Savior as a traveling partner."

Q&A with the Authors

Q&A with the Authors

In this new interview, Christian artists Ted Kluck and Ronnie Martin share some insights about discovering God's presence in the midst of doubt and despair.

Author Website

Author Website

Visit co-author Ted Kluck's personal website here.

From Lenten Doubt to Easter Hope

From Lenten Doubt to Easter Hope

Ronnie Martin

How did the apostle Peter go from being a fearful, doubting, disloyal disciple to the rock on which Christ built His church?

Book Club Roundtable

Getting Real with God, Down Deep

Getting Real with God, Down Deep

David Swartz

More than just good writing telling human stories well, Ted Kluck and Ronnie Martin speak of answers we yearn for to questions we avoid when we can.

Spiritual Sequester

Spiritual Sequester

Frank Viola

If you're a Christian who struggles with doubt because of unexpected heartache, loss, disillusionment or tragedy, this book will encourage you.

The God We Find in the Darkness

The God We Find in the Darkness

Bruce Epperly

Let's look at another approach, what Kluck and Martin might derisively call "partial sovereignty" or what I call "gentle providence."

A God for Bad Days, Too

A God for Bad Days, Too

Alexis Neal

Kluck and Martin have collected their reflections into a series of alternating chapters, thereby chronicling the process by which they made peace with their circumstances and even grew in faith.

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