hasley bundle 6

Everything Is Bundle (Hardback)

Author Robert Hasley

SKU: hasley-bundle-hb


Product Info

Hardback set of two devotional books written by Pastor Robert Hasley.

Shipping Info

  • Delivery method: Physical
  • Weight: 1.34375 lbs
  • Length: 8"
  • Width: 1.5"
  • Height: 5"

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Everything is Gonna be All Right

These short, uplifting devotional messages of comfort and encouragement are just the antidote for days of stress and worry. Pastor Robert Hasley tells homespun stories and anecdotes of a life lived in faith through good times and bad. His grandmother would always say, "everything's gonna be all right." A compilation of Rev. Hasley’s life experiences and devotional messages, Everything is Going to Be All Right is not tied to specific days of the week or year and may be read in any order for inspiration and support.

Everything is All Right

When pastor Robert Hasley was diagnosed with aggressive cancer – the cancer that would ultimately take his life – he did exactly what he had spent his life doing: writing words of encouragement about grace, gratitude, and the goodness of God.
Everything Is All Right is a compilation of his writings during the last year of his life on earth. With profound wisdom and grounded humility, his meditations reflect the power of trust and surrender; the way faith can sustain us through struggle; the gift of everyday moments; and the joy of the small things.
Whether you are looking back on your own life’s journey or figuring out how to create a life of meaning, Robert’s reflections will remind you what really matters in life and assure you of the love of Christ – the love that surpasses death.
This book honors a life of faith well lived and reminds us that, in Christ, all of our stories end well.