About the book

This book speaks of a man on a journey, thinking he is in control of his life. Not knowing what the Lord had in store for him but having a gut feeling within that something was about to happen. Briant felt that his life was going to take a turn for the worse, and it terrified him to no end. He would later come to realize….

About the author

Briant E. Rogers is a speaker and author from southern Virginia with a heart to reach people who have been through the fiery storms of life, and given up hope. Retiring honorably after serving 20 years in the United States Navy, Rogers currently resides in Ocala, Florida, where he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and engaging in healthy lifestyle activities.

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Book Review

[In this book] Briant covers the span of the first four years that would change his life forever, and he takes us on the journey so vividly that it makes us feel, as readers, that we are right there alongside him, watching it all unfold! In every chapter, there is a scenario that will resonate with people of all ages and backgrounds.

— Audrey Jessie

Book Review

As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Christian Counselor, I plan to utilize this book as a resource. I will place it in my library and, when appropriate, refer to it in sessions, as well as encourage my clients to read who have a desire to grow spiritually.

Tina Bracey, MA., LPC

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I Was Transformed By My Trials is a must-read if you ever had a doubt about God’s grace and if you ever wondered if life is worth living. After reading this book I can assure you, that you will feel the pain and witness the power of God’s transformation taking place in your life. 

Davell Jackson

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This book, I Was Transformed by My Trials, is truly a blessing to read. It has had an impact on me spiritually in being obedient to the voice of God. God strategically placed me into a position to be a witness to my friend, brother in Christ, and now, published author Briant E. Rogers. You will be truly blessed. 

Quentin D. Randolph