Available for Review – Suffering Well by Paul Grimmond

Shaun Tabatt —  January 9, 2013

Suffering Well by Paul GrimmondIf you had to explain to a friend what the Bible says about suffering, what would you say?

Paul Grimmond writes:

“As I began to write this book, I thought I knew pretty much what I was going to say. But the more I read the Bible, trying to find the right passages to make the points I thought I needed to make, the more uneasy I felt.”

Come with Paul and discover the surprises he uncovers as he asks some of the most basic questions of the Christian life: Why do we suffer? And what does it mean to suffer—and even die—well?

This book is part of our Guidebooks for Life series. Like other titles in the series, it covers an important issue of the Christian life in an accessible and straightforward way.

Paul GrimmondAbout the Author:
Paul Grimmond is a gifted and well-known Bible teacher, currently serving on the campus of the University of New South Wales. He is the author of Right Side Up, a book about the Christian life, and co-author with Phillip Jensen of The Archer and the Arrow, a book about preaching. Paul lives with his wife, Cathy, and their three children in Sydney’s east.

Book Information:
Publisher: Matthias Media
ISBN: 9781921896316
Page Count: 165

Blog Tour Details:
Tour Dates: 1/28 – 2/1
Available Formats: Paperback (Continental US Only), .epub, .mobi, & .PDF
We ask that reviewers post a review to their personal website/blog and Amazon.com.

Thank you for your interest in reviewing Suffering Well by Paul Grimmond. This book review blog tour is now full. You can see our current list of available review books here: LINK.

  • Faith

    I am hoping to review this one- I just requested it! Thank you for offering such good books! Faith Farrell

  • Rosemary

    Would love to review this one it has the makings of a great read as well as a great review

  • Rosemary,

    You’re on the list! 😉

  • Faith,

    Glad to have you in the blog tour!

  • Vanessa

    Just found the email that this was available for review. Are there any more spots for reviewers? This sounds like a really good book. I am taking a college course on a similar subject.

  • Vanessa,

    You’ve been added to the list. Thanks for checking in.