Books by Brian Jones
Finding Favor: God's Blessings Beyond Health, Wealth, and Happiness
If you want life’s best, but are trying to figure out why your life has taken so many unexpected twists and turns, you'll really enjoy my new book Finding Favor (to be released April 17, 2018). Why settle for success when you can have God's favor? Deep down everyone wants God’s best for their lives―also known as God's favor. Unfortunately, most of the time we don't feel "favored" when we're being "blessed." It takes perspective to recognize what's going on. God often uses confusing, painful, and counterintuitive measures to bring us his best in our lives. God is always working for our good, even though we may not recognize it at the time. We want immediate success and easy, positive results. God wants long-term transformation.
“Do yourself a favor and read this book.” - Kyle Idleman, author of Not a Fan
Forgiveness: Get Rid Of The Gorillas Of Pain, Anger, And Bitterness And Start Living
Do you struggle with the pain someone else caused in your life?
Living with an unforgiving heart is like living with a gorilla. In these confessions from Brian’s own struggle, find hope and strength to move past the hurts you didn’t deserve. Order this resource today and find freedom from the memories that have you trapped!
"Everyone who has suffered a hurt they didn’t deserve will find help, healing, and restoration in this real-life resource.” — Dr. Les Parrott
Second Guessing God (Hanging On When You Can’t See His Plan)
Cancer, infertility, job loss, affair, bankruptcy, abuse, divorce, war
Where’s God? Why does he allow terrible things to happen? If you are looking for meaning and strength as you face trouble, pain, loneliness, or doubt, inside this book you’ll find what you are seeking. Brian provides a refreshingly honest look at suffering, doubt, and the will to believe in the face of life’s greatest storms.
“C.S. Lewis once said that a writer shouldn’t aim at being original but being honest; because each individual’s unique honesty will bring creativity as well. Brian Jones is both. He expresses the heart’s disappointment and longing with a directness that somehow always ends up leading us toward God.” — John Ortberg