About the Author
lives on his family farm in southwest Nebraska, after living twenty-eight years in the metropolitan Denver area.
He is the owner and president of Kompass Financial Advisors. In his spare time, he enjoys cycling, working around the farm, reading, doing volunteer work, woodworking, and writing.
His book, Answered Prayers, tells the powerful story of loving someone in the midst of intense joy, suffering, perseverance and hope. Above all, it paints a beautiful picture of learning to recognize God’s providence and presence even when life gets hard.
About the Book
Deborah and Josh were married 730 days, then God came calling.
Find out what happened before and after God’s call.
“I am going to die in this place,” Deborah cried.
I tried to convince Deborah to be patient, that God had a plan for why all of this was happening. Of course, I had absolutely no clue what that plan might be or what it might even look like. She wasn’t buying my positive mental attitude approach to the situation. So much for Dale Carnegie! Like most people, Josh Taylor assumed his life would follow the “plan.” High school and college graduation, good job, marriage, kids, retirement, grandkids. Success!
Then reality hit like a ballpeen hammer.
This 11-ounce coffee mug is a daily reminder of God’s providence and presence, even when life gets hard.
- “How do I respond when life doesn’t go according to my plans?”
- “How do support a loved one who’s suffering?”
- “How does God answer prayer?”
- “How do I hang on to joy and hope when life gets tough?”
- “What if God answers my prayer differently than I want?”
Josh Taylor has wrestled with questions that plague us all. In addition to sharing hard-won insights in his book, he also speaks at community, church, or corporate events.
Events may be live or virtual, and his presentations can be adjusted between twenty and sixty minutes to meet the needs of your group.
Topics on which he speaks includes:
- Navigating Times of Chaos
- Understanding Prayer (And Trust God When You Don’t Get the Answer Your Wanted)
- Seeing God’s Provision in Dark Times