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Jeff Lucas
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25 Feb 2014
In Faith in the Fog, bestselling author Jeff Lucas explores the pain and fear that many Christians feel when walking through a spiritual fog, when doubts about faith undermine the joy of belief. Lucas builds the book around the beautiful early morning breakfast that Jesus cooked for his weary friends the episode described in great detail in John 21 after the Resurrection when the disciples found themselves in the fog bank of unresolved shame, failure, and confusion. What Jesus did to help them and what he didn t do is enlightening and inspirational. With gentle prose, Lucas entwines some of his own story of confusion and hurt. Faith in the Fog is focused on the person of Jesus and the way he approaches those who are worn out when life is tough. Who Jesus really is rather than the way we instinctively perceive him emotionally and theologically is what will make the difference and help clear the fog.

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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Zondervan (25 Feb 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0310281555
  • ISBN-13: 978-0310281559
  • Product Dimensions: 20.2 x 13.4 x 1.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57,476 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Liberating, real and reassuring 27 April 2014
Review written by my wife, Jeni.
This is an amazing book! I would say a must read for any Christian. Jeff Lucas is real, raw, transparent and very " normal" as he writes.
As I read this book, so much made sense to me and I personally identified with much of what he wrote. Although I have thankfully never suffered from depression, at least not " diagnosed", I have struggled for many of my 14 years as a Christian with the constant emotional ups and downs, usually resulting in guilt and self-condemnation that I would never be " good enough" and that I was never really " doing enough".
On pg 119, I totally identified with Jeff's over active conscience! I think to this day, sadly, I still question and monitor myself wondering if I am truly useful. And yes, I get the guilt thing as well! ( looks like my 28 years as a catholic are still trying to ruin my 14 years of being a Born Again Christian! )
A part of the book which utterly liberated me was when Jeff talked about the concept of being " in love" with Jesus. I am sure I am not the only one, but the inferiority complex I am left with when I "hang out" or worship with those who are clearly more in love with Jesus than me, has left a damaging impact on me. The reality and normality Jeff revealed with his description of not being in love with our children or friends was like a breath of fresh air to me! I am not inferior, not a " rubbish Christian", just normal and as Jeff says, hoping to love Jesus more every day.
I am like Peter! One moment on fire, making rushed verbal declarations, jumping out of the boat and the next moment doubting, scared, not quite denying Christ, but keeping my head down & not recognising Jesus.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Changed my life, and pulled me through my fog. 23 April 2014
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Christmas 2013 depression hit me, I have struggled for years with it but last year it was really bad. I felt I had to hide it, my paranoia told me if I told anyone I would be taken out of the ministries I help with, that I wasnt a good enough Christian if I was feeling this way.
When I finally spoke to some one she mentioned "getting through the fog", later that day my Kindle suggested "Faith in the Fog", obviously God wanted me to read this book!
Jeff Lucas has saved me from my fog, his book is God centred and made me laugh and cry. But it made me realise not to hide, that God doesn't want us to go alone.
If you are reading this and have gone through, going through or know some one with depression read it. Even if you have never had depression read it! It opened my eyes to so many issues, and is one of those books you just keep quoting to people.

I can't thank Jeff enough for writing this book, the whole time I was reading I felt like it was written just for me. It is one of those books I will read again and again :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Powerful book, profound journey 5 Jun 2014
When I purchased Jeff's book a few weeks ago I did what many do with books...put it in my "plan to read" stack. There it has waited for the time when I would pick it up and actually take the dive within.

Yesterday was the day. I pulled it out in the morning, began reading, and didn't put it down until the afternoon when I had turned the last page (yes, including acknowledgements). This was quite unusual because I had a day of work in the office planned and some deadlines looming...but instead I found myself experiencing an impromptu day, one which took me on a journey that I never could have predicted.

While reading the book I believe I traveled through the full expanse of human emotion. At one moment I was belly laughing as a surprise insight into the hilarity of human behavior jumped out unexpectedly like a rabbit from behind the bush. The next moment I was weeping profusely as a truth of real life sunk into the deep and hidden recesses of my soul and unearthed the buried but subtly influential pains within. I realized that in those remote places lie the things that make us most human...the seemingly shattered dreams, the longings unfulfilled, the life script that seems to have gone awry. Tucked away out of sight are the hopes and aspirations that have been battered by the waves of time and reality and have been reshaped and reformed but are still attempting to stand. Multiple emotions in juxtaposition, overlaying yet not competing, expanding and deepening, yet not crushing. This is what I experienced in a bolus yesterday as I dove beneath the waves and not only took a look around, but engaged in the journey of "Faith in the Fog", allowing my heart to feel to the depths.

It was a cleansing and refreshing time for sure.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazeballs! 27 May 2014
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This is a superb book for anyone that is perhaps struggling a little with their faith and maybe just wants to look at what faith means from a different perspective. As usual, Jeff's writing style makes this a very easy read and very easy to understand. Highly recommended.
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Jeff Lucas is one of our premier Christian authors and a new book by him is always worth a look.

This book starts on holiday, a time that is less relaxing and more frustrating. We are there for a whirlwind tour of the so-called Holy Land. We are also left to imagine an enigmatic image of Lucas that we would really prefer not to!

Here we have our first understanding of Jeff’s inner angst, and perhaps we will allow ourselves a moment to realise that we too carry similar human feelings. Those of us who have been around church a while now, have also been tormented by similar words and deeds. Jeff’s skill here is not in exposing that, but in giving us a language to verbalise our journey and some balm to calm our raging fever. Lucas doesn’t criticise anyone else, or point the finger anywhere but at himself, but in doing so he brings a realisation that our pointing fingers should also take the same turn as his.

The book focus on Peter’s encounter with the risen Christ in John 21. Peter’s original fishy miracle resulted in his commissioning as an apostle, and this later incident renews that calling.

He talks about endurance but rather than rabidly preaching it with fist on pulpit, he allows it to sneak up on us and then nonchalantly mentions it in passing.

His Jesus is one who shows generosity at times of our meagre poverty, and we find healing in his words.

He writes revealing his own angst and inner battles, like the triumphant swimmer in the movie Gattaca, he holds nothing back for the return journey. You may see more of Jeff Lucas than you want, you may not find as many laughs per page as you have been used to (although, believe me, they are still there!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 5 days ago by Kareneve
5.0 out of 5 stars Jeff Lucas is so good as this sort of writing
Insight, hope and reality, Jeff Lucas is so good as this sort of writing. An encouragement to keep walking the walk of faith despite the disappointments we all face or feel at... Read more
Published 18 days ago by Jen
5.0 out of 5 stars Helpful
An honest book from the well known author, as he explores his encounters with darker times and the ways in which faith has helped him through.
Published 20 days ago by Andy in the Andes
5.0 out of 5 stars My book club choice for the month
Jeff's honesty shines through this book. He speaks the unspoken thoughts of the common man (and woman). Read more
Published 2 months ago by Merrilyn Williams
5.0 out of 5 stars A helpful book for all who struggle with depression or times when God...
I found this book very easy to read and also very helpful. I have suffered with depression (on and off) for over 30 years and this booked helped to focus my thinking and work... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Jo Bodsworth
5.0 out of 5 stars A challenging read
For those whom are used to books by Jeff, this is not the usual easy read, it is challenging. He is open and honest, putting his weaknesses, doubts and opinions out there. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Mr. R. J. Speidel
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read!
Brilliantly written and easy to read (but best read a little at a time and mulled over I found.)
Jeff Lucas writes as he talks, he's witty, fast paced but a thoroughly... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Mazoi
5.0 out of 5 stars Great read whether you suffer from depression or not
I bought this book for a friend who was suffering from depression but in true Lucas style a flick through the first pages had soon drawn me in! Read more
Published 4 months ago by Sarah
5.0 out of 5 stars Great read
Lucas at his best once again. Jeff Lucas brings you right into the early morning breakfast as if you were one of the disciples.
Published 4 months ago by dave200651
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