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Choosing Faith in a World of Worry
By Amy Simpson
What People Are Saying
"Amy Simpson challenges our popular approaches to worry. Many of us believe worrying isn't a problem for us; she helps us realize that it is. We often believe we can overcome worry through willpower or good behavior. She helps us understand that it's far more effective to address worry as a problem with the way we think, rooted in what we believe about God. Here's the good news: there is hope for all of us worried people, and it's found in faith."
— Anita Lustrea, host of Midday Connection, speaker and author of What Women Tell Me
"Amy Simpson tells us that worry ought not keep us up at night, but this page-turner will! As fascinating as it is funny, as convicting as it is clever, Anxious gives us a gander into Jesus' mind and what he must've been thinking when he said, 'Do not worry.' Do not miss this terrific book."
— Caryn Rivadeneira, author of Broke: What Financial Desperation Revealed About God's Abundance
"Worry disorients us. Anxiety can paralyze us. In Anxious Amy Simpson gives us a God's-eye-view of the world, demonstrating that worry and anxiety are foreign to life in the kingdom. This will be a book to which I will return when I need encouragement to trust God.Anxious reorients us to God and his perspective in Scripture, bringing peace to a knotted soul."
— Marlena Graves, author, A Beautiful Disaster: Finding Hope in the Midst of Brokenness