When Faith Gets Shaken

Second Edition

£9.99

ISBN: 9781800300064 Categories: ,

ISBN: 9781800300064

Publication date: January 22, 2021

Format: Ebook

Extent: 192 pages

Imprint: Monarch Books

OTHER EDITIONS AVAILABLE: Paperback |

What do you do when life falls apart, and it feels as if God has left you? How do you keep going when your faith is rocked to the core? Sometimes things get so hard we’re not sure where God is – or what he’s up to. 

For Patrick there was pain, illness, and loss in his family and community. Then a series of excruciating operations took him to the brink physically, emotionally, and spiritually. 

Writing during his journey of recovery, Patrick explores how we find God in times of suffering. He wrestles with how we can know God’s peace when life is anything but peaceful, what the true nature of courage is, how we allow ourselves the grace to rest when we’re running on empty, and how we can stay fully present in the moment – all so we can ultimately grasp the love of God at a deeper level.

Meet the author: Mr Patrick Regan OBE

Patrick Regan OBE is the is the author of five books. His two books published by Monarch Books are: No Ceiling to Hope and When Faith Gets Shaken. He is founder and CEO of Kintsugi Hope, a charity which aims to create safe and supportive spaces for those suffering from emotional and mental health challenges. After Patrick and his family went through a series of personal trials and ill health, Patrick decided to step down from his previous role as CEO at XLP, another charity supporting young people, to create Kintsugi Hope.


Reviews for When Faith Gets Shaken

"Something incredibly powerful happens when real people tell us the truth... weep and dance as you read." Danielle Strickland
"Patrick Regan is a remarkable leader and this is his best, most honest book yet." Pete Greig
"Will be a lifeline to those who have discovered that life is hard and God can sometimes feel distant." Malcolm Duncan
"A moving story of courage and faith in the fire." Bear Grylls

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