Author Shares Genuine Stories of Hope, Purpose in Pain in ‘Midnight in Aisle 7′
Jay Lowder’s new book releases today from Passio
WICHITA FALLS, Texas, Sept. 4, 2012 – Sometimes answers are discovered in the most unlikely places, which is proven in Jay Lowder’s new book “Midnight in Aisle 7,” releasing today from Passio, a division of Charisma House.
“I wrote this book to offer encouragement for those searching for significance,” said Lowder. “But more importantly, it is my desire ‘Midnight in Aisle 7’ can act as a tool to share the life-changing hope of God’s love with others.”
Ranging from the tale of a young inmate who taught Lowder a powerful message that God’s love has no boundaries and a man he met in a grocery store aisle who gave him a second chance at life to the uplifting insight prompted by a question from his daughter, Lowder weaves in God’s purpose in pain throughout each unique story.
“Unforgettable experiences and people have helped bring this book into being,” writes Lowder in “Midnight in Aisle 7.” “Within these pages are the stories of how one lost man and others like me found identity, forgiveness, direction, faith and significance.
Having been a full-time evangelist for more than 20 years, Lowder uses the power of story to leave a lasting impact on readers by showing them everything happens for a reason.
“I do not offer you a miracle manual, step-by-step process, or quick fix,” says Lowder. “What I do present are the raw, hopeful, genuine, messy accounts of real people, including myself, in hopes that they can serve as a type of compass in your search for meaning. The greatest task for any person is to discover purpose in his or her life.”
Including a forward by GRAMMY-award-winning artist Jason Crabb, “Midnight in Aisle 7” is available in stores nationwide and in e-book format through online retailers. For more information, visit http://www.midnightinaisle7.com.
Lowder is founder of Jay Lowder Harvest Ministries, which exists to reach people for Christ while inspiring others to do the same. For additional information about Jay Lowder Harvest Ministries, visit http://www.jaylowder.com or follow the ministry on Facebook or Twitter.