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Starting Over by Dave Ferguson and Jon Ferguson
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Jun 05, 2018 | ISBN 9781601426123

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“Starting Over is a remarkable, grace-filled invitation to move past regrets. Dave and Jon Ferguson take us on a journey filled with story and Scripture that guides the reader from a pain-filled past into a positive and redemptive future. This is a life-changing book you need to read and will want to give to others!”
—Andy Stanley, senior pastor, North Point Ministries

“Dave and Jon give us the tools we need to find a fresh start! I’m thankful for their wisdom and easy-to-follow steps to freedom.”
—Mark Batterson, New York Times best-selling author of The Circle Maker; lead pastor of National Community Church
“Dave and Jon Ferguson’s book Starting Over will guide you through a healthy, God-inspired process of recognizing, releasing, and redeeming your regrets. Rather than staying in the trenches of the past, it’s time to start over and allow God to do a new work in you.”
—Craig Groeschel, pastor of Life.Church; author of #Struggles—Following Jesus in a Selfie-Centered World

“The greatest need in human life is a Do-Over—here it is. I cannot imagine anybody who would not benefit from this book.”
—John Ortberg, senior pastor of Menlo Church; author of All the Places to Go

“We all have regrets. Thankfully, we are reminded by Dave and Jon Ferguson that everything is going to be okay. This book is filled with stories and practical steps to learn how to be okay and overcome regret. It is an inspiring and compelling message of hope and freedom. Let Starting Over be the launching pad for a new season of regret-free living and leading!”
—Brad Lomenick, former president of Catalyst; author of The Catalyst Leader and H3 Leadership

“One of the greatest stories in the Gospels is when John summoned as many who had the courage to the Jordan River. There they could confess their sins and start life all over again. John wanted the whole nation to start over because the one to whom he pointed, Jesus, was ushering in a brand new world. Starting Over contains the pastoral accounts of one person after another who, like those who entered the Jordan River with John, have learned that God’s grace forgives, restores, and ushers one person after another into a life without regrets. What a marvelous book about God’s abundant, forgiving, new-life-making love.”
—Scot McKnight, Julius R. Mantey Professor of New Testament, Northern Seminary

“Dave and Jon Ferguson have built one of the most dynamic and influential churches in America through their passion for telling others about the love of Jesus. Their Spirit-filled energy and vision flows through their book Starting Over, with the life-changing message of redemption and grace.”
—Nicky Gumbel, Holy Trinity Brompton

“Regrets are part of the human condition, but how we process them is key to how we will live beyond them. In Starting Over, the Ferguson brothers provide insight and tools to help us live beyond regret and into the new opportunities for life and flourishing that God has for each of us.”
—Debra Hirsch, author of Redeeming Sex and Untamed

“I’m not perfect. I’ve experienced regrets. Starting Over provides practical next steps to neither suppress nor forget but rather redeem and release the regrets I’ve experienced in my life. Unless you’re perfect, and none of us are, I think you’ll appreciate this opportunity for a new start as well.”
—Tony Morgan, founder and chief strategic officer, The Unstuck Group

“Starting Over drives home the message that God has an unending promise of redemption for us. We live in a fallen world and all deal with regrets in this life. This incredibly powerful book helps us walk through the process of recognizing, releasing, and redeeming our regrets, through repentance and forgiveness, so we can give glory to God and live in the freedom he desires for each one of us. Our staff plans to take hold of this tool, and our congregation will experience its impact. I know you will too.”
—Joby Martin, lead pastor, The Church of Eleven22

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