Author: Todd Outcalt

Todd Outcalt is senior pastor of Calvary United Methodist Church in Brownsburg, Indiana. He is the author of more than 30 books.

Blue Christmas

Blue Christmas

Devotions of Light in a Season of Darkness

Format: Print Book

The Advent and Christmas season is often associated with joy, love, generosity, and unity. But for many people, this time of year magnifies loneliness, anxiety, grief, and despair. While others are enjoying celebrations with their friends and famili...

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Blue Christmas

Blue Christmas

Devotions of Light in a Season of Darkness

Format: Kindle

The Advent and Christmas season is often associated with joy, love, generosity, and unity. But for many people, this time of year magnifies loneliness, anxiety, grief, and despair. While others are enjoying celebrations with their friends and famili...

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Blue Christmas

Blue Christmas

Devotions of Light in a Season of Darkness

Format: EPub

The Advent and Christmas season is often associated with joy, love, generosity, and unity. But for many people, this time of year magnifies loneliness, anxiety, grief, and despair. While others are enjoying celebrations with their friends and famili...

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Praying through Cancer

Praying through Cancer

28 Days of Prayer

Format: Print Book

Our first reaction when the doctor says it's cancer: Why me? Receiving a cancer diagnosis is traumatic, both for the person diagnosed and family and friends. Todd Outcalt writes from the perspective of a husband who has accompanied his wife, a breas...

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Praying through Cancer

Praying through Cancer

28 Days of Prayer

Format: Kindle

Our first reaction when the doctor says it's cancer: Why me? Receiving a cancer diagnosis is traumatic, both for the person diagnosed and family and friends. Todd Outcalt writes from the perspective of a husband who has accompanied his wife, a breas...

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Praying through Cancer

Praying through Cancer

28 Days of Prayer

Format: EPub

Our first reaction when the doctor says it's cancer: Why me? Receiving a cancer diagnosis is traumatic, both for the person diagnosed and family and friends. Todd Outcalt writes from the perspective of a husband who has accompanied his wife, a breas...

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