The God Guarantee

Finding Freedom from the Fear of Not Having Enough

In a world driven by scarcity, isolation and doubt, we battle the fear of not having enough —whether it’s money, time, relationships or margin. In times of loss and pain, we’re tempted to believe we are alone or that we must provide for ourselves.

In his new book, The God Guarantee, business leader and entrepreneur, Jack Alexander, reveals the four-part pattern of God’s provision that Jesus follows in the Feeding of the 5,000. Stepping into this pattern transforms how we experience God’s promise of abundance, inspiring faith and hope, even in seemingly broken and hopeless circumstances.

With personal stories and a scriptural foundation, The God Guarantee offers freedom from fear and a path to a lasting sense of security.

Discover the Secret to Always Having Enough

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Access God’s provision as you engage the 4-part pattern of provision:

Capacity

Everything in creation is designed to be MORE

Unlocking God’s unlimited capacity, as we trust His vision of what could be in ourselves, in others and in our circumstances.

Consecration

Inviting God into our experiences and effort

Transformation becomes possible when we welcome God and His holiness into every area of life. He is making all things new.

Challenges

Life is reordered to draw us toward God

Even through painful and confusing seasons in the wilderness, God promises purpose in our pain and healing through brokenness.

Community

Blessed to bless others with our lives and our resources

God brings new and even unexpected relationships and opportunities as we seek to serve others and share His love.

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Engage as a learner, with a group or with your whole church!

Endorsements

  • Jack confronts the problem of fear directly in order to clear the way for a life of vision, durability, joy and generosity.

    Timothy Keller
    Author of The Reason for God
  • The God Guarantee exposes fear as the enemy of generous living and giving.

    Randy Alcorn
    Author of the The Treasure Principle