A Vernon man is sharing his journey of mental health and faith in a new book.
Adam Carey wrote A Letter to Help Endure to help others going through challenging times.
“Have you ever suffered and struggled to understand why God would allow it? Have you ever seriously considered leaving the church because of your lack of answers? How have you suffered? Fill in the blank, what is it for you?” Carey asks.
In his book, Carey shares about his journey with mental illness and how he has learned to endure. Its purpose is to encourage and help others get through difficult life circumstances.
The faith-based book is not just a set of benign principles, its 18 points can considerably change things in life for the better.
It doesn't guarantee a cure, but can help readers find peace, hope and ultimately a trust in God despite their circumstances.
Such things don't only apply to those with mental illness, but to any form of suffering and pain, says Carey.
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Carey’s book offers readers a hopeful and encouraging message when it seems as though nothing is going right.
Carey will be at Kennedy's Parable Christian Bookstore in Kelowna on Saturday, where he will be signing books between 11 a.m and 3 p.m.
Books can be purchased for $20 cash or ordered from Kennedy's Parable as well on Amazon, Apple iTunes, Barnes and Noble, or Indigo/Chapters websites.