Living Without Worry Blog Tour

Shaun Tabatt —  April 27, 2015
Living Without Worry Book Cover Living Without Worry
Timothy Lane
May 1, 2015
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Worry is an extremely common yet unchallenged problem, and many people don't know how to practically stop worrying, even if they know they need to.

This warm and pastoral book by Tim Lane helps readers to see when godly concern turns into sinful worry, and how scripture can be used to cast our concerns upon the Lord. Christians will discover how to replace anxiety with peace, freeing them to live life to the full.

This week, the Cross Focused Reviewers are participating in a book review blog tour for Living Without Worry by Timothy Lane. Excerpts and links to the reviews will appear below as they are available:

“I highly recommend this book.”
Reviewer: Beverly Terry
Rating: 5 Stars

“I highly recommend Living Without Worry, and would give it an “A”.”
Reviewer: Amanda Cain
Rating: 5 Stars

“I will use this book as a future reference whether in my personal life or as an encouragement to others.”
Reviewer: Michael Taylor
Rating: 4 Stars

Living Without Worry offers a lot of wise counsel, grounded in Biblical principles. It is a very valuable book.”
Reviewer: H. Marshall
Rating: 5 Stars

Living Without Worry is a primer for those who are desiring to take their worry and turn it into worship of God.”
Reviewer: Theron St. John
Rating: 4 Stars

“This book is a great help to living in a world full of worry.”
Reviewer: Brian Mann
Rating: 4 Stars

“I warmly recommend this book.”
Reviewer: Scott Christensen
Rating: 4 Stars

“I appreciated this book very much as a fellow worrier.”
Reviewer: Spencer Cummins
Rating: 4 Stars

“This book would be perfect for a new Christian or anyone who deals with normal levels of anxiety.”
Reviewer: Rani Grant
Rating: 4 Stars

“This is a very helpful and practical book.”
Reviewer: Persis Lorenti
Rating: 4 Stars

“You’ll find this book to have a strong theological tone that is wrapped in practicality. This makes it a worthwhile read!”
Reviewer: Louis Zinc
Rating: 5 Stars

“This book is useful in bridging the gap between knowing we need to stop worrying and really putting it into action.”
Reviewer: Xi Ming
Rating: 5 Stars

“This is a very helpful book that I recommend to everyone.”
Reviewer: Alan Davey
Rating: 5 Stars

“This book will help you realize the uselessness and futility of worry and how real, lasting peace is possible through Christ.”
Reviewer: Jill Jones
Rating: 4 Stars

“This book encourages you with the truth of the why we worry, and what we can do with that worry. There is hope.”
Reviewer: Jeanie Schwagerman
Rating: 5 Stars

“Read this book and be encouraged, and stirred up once again by way of reminder of the precious truth that Jesus will never leave you nor forsake you.”
Reviewer: Dave Jenkins
Rating: 5 Stars

“I did come away from the book with the better understanding of why I am worried about certain things more than others. I am hopeful that having a better understanding of the underlying issue will help me alleviate the anxiety.”
Reviewer: Becky Dempsey
Rating: 4 Stars

“I think this book would be perfect for a new Christian or anyone who deals with normal levels of anxiety. ”
Reviewer: Rani Grant
Rating: 4 Stars

“The book is filled with biblical truths that really aims to help christians deal with their anxiety, be it if you struggle with Generalized Anxiety Disorder or PTSD, Lane is able to help you do these issues biblically. I highly recommend anyone struggling with anxiety to read this book and to see how God and Christ can help you in your struggles.”
Reviewer: Chris Ho
Rating: 4 Stars

“The author does a good job of giving clarity about what worry is and how to begin to grow away from worry, replacing it with peace… providing different biblical illustrations and entry points for beginning to get a grip on worry.”
Reviewer: William Perkins
Rating: 4 Stars

“I really appreciated the in-depth look into worry and how the Bible addresses it.”
Reviewer: Beth Saathoff
Rating: 3 Stars

“Personally, as a long-standing worrier who is inclined to periods of melancholy, Lane’s analysis rings true and his counsel resonates as being a constructive pattern to dealing with the various situations in life that can easily lead to anxiety. Even as I read it for this review I found current situations causing apprehension giving way to a sense of God’s power and purpose that brings peace.”
Reviewer: Gary Ware
Rating: 4 Stars