Tuesday, September 2, 2014

The Stress Cure By Linda Evans Shepherd

We live in a world filled to the brim with advice, and when it comes to dealing with stress, there's plenty of advice to go around. Sleep more, eat better, avoid this, seek out that. But more advice on coping is not necessarily what the stressed and anxious person needs. What we need is a cure. Linda Evans Shepherd has discovered it.
The true remedy to stress, she says, is prayer. In this inspiring book, Shepherd shows readers how to recognize God's continual presence and yield their troubles to the Prince of Peace. Through captivating stories, explorations of fascinating biblical characters, and examples of deeper-than-ever prayers, she brings within readers' grasp the peace that passes understanding. Anyone who is overwhelmed by all of the urgent demands on their time will find in this book a lifeline to true peace.

Pick up your copy here

Linda Evans Shepherd is an award-winning author, a successful speaker, and a radio personality. The president of Right to the Heart Ministries, she is the author of When You Don't Know What to Pray and Experiencing God's Presence. She and her husband live in Colorado. Learn more at www.stressprayers.com .

This book needs to be read by everyone. It was such an enlightening read. Linda shares personal stories with you in each chapter and she makes you understand that praying your way to personal peace is just a prayer or two away. There is some deep but true information and wonderful prayers throughout the book.
I learned a lot from this easy to read and understand book.
I gave this book 5 stars and I recommend it.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for my honest review.


  1. Wow! Sounds like a fantastic book that needs to be read by everybody! Who does not need peace in their life? I certainly do and would love to read this book. Thanks Mary for this review!

  2. Enjoyed your review Mary! Sounds like a great book to have.

    Judy B

  3. Reading this book sounds like we would all get benefits from. Thank you, Mary, for bring this to our attention.