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“What do you do when you wake upwith shattered dreams and unmet expectations? Pete Wilson’s book, Plan B, offers honest encouragement andspiritual insights when life doesn’t go as planned.” —Craig Groeschel, senior pastor,LifeChurch.tv, and author of The Christian Atheist
“If your life is going according to plan, if your pain level is low andyour ease meter is high, you probably don’t need this book. But for the rest ofus, I am glad it’s around.” —John Ortberg, pastor and author, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church
“Pete Wilson is a fresh voice forall today who wonder if they’ve missed God’s best life and are relegated togathering dust. He provides honest hope, a sound biblical base, and realanswers. What also touched me as a reader was his warmth and authenticity. Agreat read for us all.” —Dr. John Townsend, author of Boundaries, psychologist, and business coach
Pete Wilson has a very enjoyable writing style.
When this happens this is when there has to be a plan B. Pete Wilson teaches us in this book to see God in our present circumstances.
It is a great book for someone going through a hard time or someone who feels just stuck like we all do from time to time.
Pete Wilson has done an excellent job writing this book. Too often life does not go the way we want; but that does not mean God not is in control. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Gigi
If someone tells you "God will not allow you to have more than you can handle." just know that this verse is not anywhere in scriptures. Read morePublished 1 month ago by cactuswren
This book offers insight and comfort for all of us whose plans have gone astray. I gave our copy to someone who had a death in the family.Published 1 month ago by Real Person
This book spoke to me. It still left me with some questions but I really felt comforted by the author's ability to cover every emotion I have and continue to have during my own... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stacey Castellaneta
everybody should read this, especially when you are in the middle of a plan b. It gives great insight that there is hope.Published 3 months ago by Paula Garber
The personal examples that the author uses regarding his children were unnecessary and inappropriate. The message of the book is extremely shallow. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Agnoeo