When Mountains Won’t Move: How to Survive a Struggling Faith
Author: Jacob Hawk
8 chapters, 108 pages
Standing in the midst of majesty and might, Jesus said that if we have faith as small as a mustard seed, we can look at the mountains in the distance, tell them to move, and they will (Matthew 17:20). But what happens when our faith is smaller than the smallest of all seeds? What happens when the mountains won’t move? The purpose of this book is to equip and exhort Christians to survive the most difficult days of life, so that the mountains, which won’t move, will move before them.
About the Author: Jacob Hawk serves as the Pulpit Minister for Riverside Church of Christ in Kerrville, Texas. He holds both bachelor and master’s degrees in Bible from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. He speaks at seminars and lectureships around the United States and television programs in the Texas Hill Country. In addition to his writing, Jacob has a burning passion to preach the gospel that he first discovered at the age of nine years old when he delivered his first sermon. Jacob is married to his wife, Natalie, and they have two sons, Hayden and Hudson.