Don’t just survive life’s trials… thrive in them!

Don’t just survive life’s trials… thrive in them!


Trials are an inevitable part of life. There are seasons when tough circumstances continue with no end in sight – and prayers for miracles seem to go unanswered.

That’s why Dr. Ed Young's son Ben Young wrote his powerful new book Survive the Day: Thriving in the Midst of Life’s Storms – and it’s our way to thank you for your gift today in support of The Winning Walk.

Drawing on personal experience, Ben shares hard-won wisdom and counterintuitive choices for flourishing in life despite heartbreaking challenges and ongoing hardships.

In light of what we’re going through with the pandemic, social unrest, and the many other challenges that life brings, it’s more important than ever that we draw from God’s strength. And that’s exactly what Survive the Day helps you do.

So please give now to request your copy – and thank you for your partnership to help share the proven truth of God’s Word with more people through The Winning Walk!


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