Chronic Joy® Study Series

Study Series

Learn to thrive and abide in a life with chronic illness!

Are you struggling? Wounded? Suffering? Lonely? Fraying at the edges? You are not alone. Step into a new journey through illness with Jesus, and discover just how radically, perfectly you are loved.

I [the LORD] … make the withered tree thrive. Ezekiel 17:24 CSB

The Thrive Study Series invites you to discover the imperishable hope rooted in Christ alone, God’s precious purpose for your life, your enduring, God-ordained worth, and (Still to be released, Encountering Joy, the final book of the Thrive Series), the deep and abiding joy of the Lord.

The first book in the Abide Series is a study written for couples. Rejuvenate. Revitalize. Rekindle. And reconnect as you grieve, heal, and begin to thrive together with Jesus.

There is always hope.

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Discovering Hope



This 10-chapter study invites you to embrace a new perspective, celebrate the small victories, wrestle with the difficult questions, and learn to laugh again. Often.

Finding Purpose


This 10-chapter study invites you to set your self free from cultural expectations and definitions of purpose in order to embrace God’s – a definition rooted in timeless Biblical truths and as renewing as a gentle spring rain.

Embracing Worth


This 10-chapter study invites you to discover who God says you are: worthy, chosen, cherished, delighted over with singing, the crown of His creation, His masterpiece and magnum opus, beloved image-bearers of the King.

I Take You in Sickness & in Health


This is an insightful and enriching 10-chapter study, designed just for couples, offering you and your spouse a safe place to acknowledge chronic illness and its impact on your marriage, as you grieve, heal, and begin to thrive again together.

Grace, Truth & Time

Grace, Truth & Time

 A valuable resource for leaders to learn:

  • Lead through God’s grace.
  • Create a space for spiritual growth and healing.
  • Empathize, listen, and engage with those in pain.
  • Grow in prayer and compassion.
  • Foster hope and encouragement.
  • Build small group communities that thrive.

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