An Unexpected Revival: Experiencing God’s Goodness through Disappointment and Doubt
In her new 8-week Bible study, An Unexpected Revival: Experiencing God’s Goodness through Disappointment and Doubt, author Erica Wiggenhorn guides readers to encounter a unique picture of revival through Ezekiel’s prophecies. God chose to spark revival through people who seemed counted out, cast aside, and disregarded. An Unexpected Revival released June 7 through Moody Publishers.
“Ezekiel was actually the first book that I studied when God was leading me into ministry at my local church,” shares Erica. “Now, as I work with churches across the country, I keep realizing that the topic of revival has been a constant theme, and An Unexpected Revival was birthed to help others go deeper into this powerful book. We are hungry for a deeper connection to God, and Ezekiel gives a perfect roadmap to experiencing His love, no matter the circumstance.”
Through a study of the book of Ezekiel, God offers an invitation to:
- experience His faithfulness when surrounded by uncertainty
- reignite our hope instead of losing heart
- realize the call of God, reawakening us to our purpose
- rest in contentment rather than dwell in disappointment
An Unexpected Revival sparks a fire in our longing heart to feel renewed excitement in our relationship with God. Instead of going through the motions, checking the boxes, and wondering why God feels so far away, Ezekiel teaches us to come close and invite God to fill us with fresh fire. God offers His joy, peace, and purpose to any who seek it. Erica’s latest 8-week study also includes a supplemental video teaching through Vimeo.
Hear more about An Unexpected Revival straight from Erica in this great conversation from Wake Up Right!
About Erica Wiggenhorn
Erica is the founder of Every Life Ministries, bringing the truths of Scripture to transform lives. With An Unexpected Revival being her fifth release from Moody Publishers, she also serves on the writing team for Proverbs 31 Ministries’ First 5 Teaching App, teaches in various local and national venues, and serves on the women’s ministry leadership team for her church. She’s also taught women in the Arizona State Prison system and overseas. Erica loves to bring God’s Word through Bible teaching, conferences, seminars, and retreats. A graduate of Azusa Pacific University, Erica lives in Phoenix with her husband, Jonathan, and their two children, Eliana and Nathan. For more information about Erica, her Bible studies, or writing/speaking ministry, visit EricaWiggenhorn.com.
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