Follower of Jesus, Pastor, Author, and President of ServeNow.
Our world is full of sadness, trauma, and brokenness. Forces from within and without batter us daily. Even the most faithful followers of Jesus will, at some point, find themselves disoriented. How do we find our way through seasons of disappointment?
In Navigating Disappointment: Finding Healing in a Broken World, Ben Foley wrestles honestly with these challenging seasons of life and charts a way forward. Drawing on examples and insight from key characters and passages, especially from Scripture, we, too, can find healing for our lives and the world today.
“This is a good book!”
Author of Wild at Heart and Resilient
Professor of Philosophy at Denver Seminary. Author of Walking through Twilight: A Wife’s Illness-A Philosopher’s Lament.
“Important and Timely”
Dr. Paul Leavenworth
Director of the Convergence Group and the Center for Mentoring, Coaching, and Leadership Development
Everything is Meaningless
Do our lives matter? What is the point of so much of life when it is fleeting, temporary, and finite? Where can we find meaning, significance, and purpose?
Everything is Meaningless takes an honest look at the despair and cynicism that characterize and plague our generation. From depression to the reality of injustice to the emptiness of pleasure, wealth, fame, education, and achievement, Everything is Meaningless wrestles with life’s philosophical and practical concerns.
This book draws from the inspiration and insight of an oft neglected and misunderstood book of the Bible: Ecclesiastes. Our despair and sense of meaninglessness can give way to the beauty, hope, and purpose found when we learn to live in light of eternity and our relationship with our Creator.
“Desperately Needs to Hear”
Lead Pastor and Author of Happy Church: Pursuing Radical Joy as the People of God
“Positive Message of Hope”
Lars B. Dunberg
President Emeritus, ServeNow
“Drink Deep and be Refreshed”
Jerry White, PhD.
International President Emeritus: The Navigators, Major General, United States Air Force (Retired).
The world feels more turbulent and hopeless with each passing day. Fear, anxiety, and despair darken and grip our hearts. From disasters and diseases to scandals and divisiveness. Where can we find true and lasting hope?
Hope Rising does not sugarcoat the stark realities of the world or the individual circumstances each of us may be facing. But it does tell real stories of hope rising from around the world, even from what seem to be the most hopeless situations. It’s also a call to each of us to bring hope to a world in need.
“A Timely Book”
New York Times best-selling author,
The Circle Maker; Lead Pastor of
National Community Church.
“Biblical Response of Hope”
Dr. Wayne Cordeiro
President, New Hope Christian College; senior pastor, New Hope West; founder Master of Arts in Formational Leadership; author.
“Anchors us in Hope”
President and CEO, HOPE International.
Serving as Jesus would serve.
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Married to Lauren with four children. Ben served as a pastor in New Jersey for six years and is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College with a bachelors in pastoral ministry and a master’s degree in Formational Leadership.
Author and co-author of several of the ServeNow Basic Series books along with Navigating Disappointment: Finding Healing in a Broken World, Everything is Meaningless: Finding Purpose in a World of Despair and Hope Rising: Finding Hope in a Turbulent World.
International President of ServeNow, a Christian non-profit: “Sharing Christ’s passion for the world by serving the most vulnerable through national churches and leaders.”
Sharing Christ | Preaching | Writing
- New Book Release!I am excited to announce the launch of my third book, Navigating Disappointment: Finding Healing in a Broken World. Available on Amazon and endorsed by one of my favorite authors, John Eldredge.
- ResponsibilityLately, I have been reflecting on the responsibility we have as humans to one another. But mainly, I have been thinking about the responsibility followers of Jesus have in serving those in need and being a people of generosity.
- Middle East Trip: 5 WordsI am wrapping up an inspiring trip in the Middle East on behalf of ServeNow. There are so many stories to share and thoughts to articulate. But allow me to summarize a few fundamental realities in the top five words that come to mind.