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  • Hardcover
  • 238 pages
  • Unshaken
  • Dan Woolley
  • English
  • 22 February 2017
  • 0310330971

Unshaken Dan Woolley Who Spent Hrs Trapped Beneath The Rubble Of Haiti S Hotel Montana Recounts His Experience Living Through The Haiti Earthquake In Unshaken Rising From The Rubble Of Haiti S Hotel Montana After A Last Minute Hotel Switch, No One, Not Even Dan S Wife, Knew Where He Was Staying While In Haiti Trapped In Total Darkness For Nearly Three Days, With A Broken Foot, His Leg Ripped Open And A Head Injury, Dan Battled Despair, Dehydration, Anger With God And Doubt Over Whether He Would Live To See His Wife And Two Young Sons Again Woolley Had Allowed His Faith And Marriage To Weaken In The Busyness Of Life His Entrapment Forced Him To Think About What Really Mattered Unshaken Includes Color Photographs And The Heartrending Reflections From Woolley S Wife Readers Will Learn New Truths From Woolley S Themes Of Spiritual And Marital Renewal, His Key Insights Into Poverty Through Compassion International, And His Hard Won Reminder To Embrace Every Opportunity God Gives


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10 thoughts on “Unshaken

  1. says:

    Very good This is the story of Dan Wooley, who was trapped in an elevator shaft when the Hotel Montana collapsed during the Haiti earthquake I wanted to read this because I was over in the DR during the Haiti earthquake The day we left, we prayed for Dan while he was still stuck in the elevator shaft It was amazing to see how the Lord provided for his survival and rescue and how He worked the whole ordeal for good in Dan s life I am going back to the DR again in January and wanted to begin Very good This is the story of Dan Wooley, who was trapped in an elevator shaft when the Hotel Montana collapsed during the Haiti earthquake I wanted to read this because I was over in the DR during the Haiti earthquake The day we left, we prayed for Dan while he was still stuck in the elevator shaft It was amazing to see how the Lord provided for his survival and rescue and how He worked the whole ordeal for good in Dan s life I am going back to the DR again in January and wanted to begin to prepare my heart for the trip I picked the right book

  2. says:

    What a wonderful book To hear the story of Dan Wooley stuck inside a collapsed Haitian hotel and to experience his spiritual and emotional battles along with the physical ordeal, I could not put it down I am so glad I had time or I may have neglected work or sleep to finish I hope others get a chance to read this account of the 2010 Haitian earthquake.

  3. says:

    After meeting someone else who was rescued from Hotel Montana before Dan Woolley, I just had to read this and it didn t disappoint.

  4. says:

    Unshaken Rising From the Ruins of Haiti s Hotel MontanaDan Woolley with Jennifer Schuchmann I pray that as you face times of adversity, as well as times of abundance, you will also call out to our unshakeable God Dan Woolley kicks off his novel, with this quote which embodies his faith throughout the hardships that he faced Dan Woolley wrote in his memoir Unshaken Rising From the Ruins of Haiti s Hotel Montana , about his experience in the Port au Prince, 2010, 7.0 Haiti earthquake Althou Unshaken Rising From the Ruins of Haiti s Hotel MontanaDan Woolley with Jennifer Schuchmann I pray that as you face times of adversity, as well as times of abundance, you will also call out to our unshakeable God Dan Woolley kicks off his novel, with this quote which embodies his faith throughout the hardships that he faced Dan Woolley wrote in his memoir Unshaken Rising From the Ruins of Haiti s Hotel Montana , about his experience in the Port au Prince, 2010, 7.0 Haiti earthquake Although, Woolley appears to only explain his concrete life and death situation, he simultaneously expresses the muchspiritual aspect of his adversities Dan Woolley conclusively inspires the readers to seek the higher meaning and purpose in their life.Dan Woolley, a father of two boys, Josh and Nathan and husband of Christy traveled to Port au Prince to work for a charity, Compassion International He left behind his family and was a victim of bad fortune, which in turn positively transformed his perspective on life Meanwhile, also suffering through the lack of information, stress of dealing with two sons, clinical depression, and her own mind worrying her As well as her own doubt in her faith nothing appears to be substantial in the Woolley family.Plot sequenceDan ravels to Haiti to help be service towards the children who face spiritual, social, economic, and physical poverty Inspired and grateful to have learned and have his eyes opened to what is almost another world, he probably presumed that all he would learn in this trip was only about those people he s helping with the charity He later finds himself in an abyss of concrete, obscurity, and is trapped along with other people, some dead some alive, his thoughts, and his IPhone Back in the U.S., is his wife and mother of their children, Christy a woman who discovers that her husband is somewhere in Port au Prince a city obliterated by a news breaking 7.0 earthquake, and she can t contact the father of his children All she knows is the hotel he was supposed to stay at, but ironically Dan had to change his hotel Not even her faith is steady, as she herself doubts it in this misfortune Woolley heartbreakingly adds descriptions of the family s life and the memories Dan has of his family as he feels his death is approaching While reading this book, you feel that you understand the entire family I felt like I was a part of the affliction, I understood as a young girl, the despair, vulnerability, frustrations, and spiritual passion that the Woolleys and Ephraim felt throughout this I was also luckily able to happily appreciate the peace and prosperity when Dan and his newly Christian friend were rescued and relinquished back into their lives as new individuals I recommend this book to everyone This is one of the few books that I feel will appeal to many people, young, middle aged, and old We all could put our lives into a new perspective and Dan Woolley did so in an extraordinary way This book relates to the idea of how powerful faith can be, and how perspective and gratitude is the true key to success

  5. says:

    No one will ever forget the images that flashed on our televisions after the terrible earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010 The pictures displayed tremendous destruction and devastation The loss of life was enormous.And Dan Woolley was trapped in the middle of it all for sixty five hours.In total darkness.As an employee of Compassion International, Dan Woolley had traveled to Haiti to document the recent successes of the non profit s center for mothers and children After filming th No one will ever forget the images that flashed on our televisions after the terrible earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010 The pictures displayed tremendous destruction and devastation The loss of life was enormous.And Dan Woolley was trapped in the middle of it all for sixty five hours.In total darkness.As an employee of Compassion International, Dan Woolley had traveled to Haiti to document the recent successes of the non profit s center for mothers and children After filming the Haitian people and enjoying some time learning about Compassion International s work, Dan Woolley and his companions returned to the Hotel Montana in Haiti s capitol to regroup and get ready for dinner.Then the earthquake struck.Dan s traveling companion was immediately killed in the earthquake Broken and battered, Woolley survived by dragging himself to the safety of a nearby elevator Surviving in darkness alone with no water and no food, Woolley began wrestle for his life, both physically, spiritually and emotionally.Even though this is a 300 page book about one man in one elevator for several days, this book is far from boring Unshaken is so compelling, it almost reads like a fictional story Woolley displays heart stopping bravery as he honestly examines every aspect of his life, from his days as a father to supporting his wife in her depression Woolley s faith in God shines through, too, even when despair began to overtake his mind towards the end.Long after reading this book, the message will stay with you Life is short so love those around you and listen to God s will for your life.Great quote There is something about staring at death in the darkness that illuminates our lives During my sixty five house facing death, God shone a light on the way I had recently been living Under his illumination, I discovered that I had settled for a kind of half life going through the motions in some of the most important areas of my life Page 223I received this book complimentary from Zondervan in exchange for an honest review but the opinion is all mine

  6. says:

    We watched the news and scoured the newspapers for information about the 7.0 earthquake that hit Port au Prince, Haiti on January 12, 2010 We mourned while viewing pictures of the destruction and death, and sent financial and other types of donations to organizations to provide some much needed assistance to the poor people of Haiti Dan Woolley, though, was not as lucky as those of us who remained in the comfort of our homes, observing the catastrophe from many miles away When the earthquake We watched the news and scoured the newspapers for information about the 7.0 earthquake that hit Port au Prince, Haiti on January 12, 2010 We mourned while viewing pictures of the destruction and death, and sent financial and other types of donations to organizations to provide some much needed assistance to the poor people of Haiti Dan Woolley, though, was not as lucky as those of us who remained in the comfort of our homes, observing the catastrophe from many miles away When the earthquake ended, he found himself trapped below six levels of what used to be the Hotel Montana in Haiti What had once been an attractive and comfortable hotel where Dan rested between tasks he was working on for the Child Survival Program with Compassion International became a prison of darkness and danger Dan s book Unshaken chronicles the story of his sixty five hours of captivity beneath the concrete mass of the Hotel Montana You will be forever changed once you have shared his emotional and spiritual journey you will want to continually cultivate your relationships with God, family, and friends, and will be thankful for your life every day that God allows you to remain on Earth

  7. says:

    I give this book 10 stars Dan s story is absolutely incredible I really resonated with his his wife s struggles with prayer and trust It was encouraging to me Something specific Dan kept referring to was the difference between knowing God can do something and actually believing He can do it This is me for SO MUCH I believe know that God can do miracles, heal, restore, but I have the hardest time believing He WILL I could really relate to the struggles the Woolleys experi I give this book 10 stars Dan s story is absolutely incredible I really resonated with his his wife s struggles with prayer and trust It was encouraging to me Something specific Dan kept referring to was the difference between knowing God can do something and actually believing He can do it This is me for SO MUCH I believe know that God can do miracles, heal, restore, but I have the hardest time believing He WILL I could really relate to the struggles the Woolleys experienced I m not to the point of trust yet, and I sincerely hope it doesn t take such a drastic event as an earthquake to get me there This was a quick read, yet very powerful It s a unique perspective on the Hatian earthquake and it doesn t read like non fiction The events are so unbelievable, it seems like fiction Only God could make this a real story

  8. says:

    Dan Wooley describes his experience as a survivor of the horrible Haiti earthquake of 2010 He used a first aid app on his iPhone to treat his injuries, and relied on information that he had picked up from the cable show Man vs Wild to survive days underneath the rubble of his crumbled hotel He also used his time alone to draw nearer to God, though he was experiencing some of the darkest times of his life The story alternates between his Haiti story and the other dark days he experienced as Dan Wooley describes his experience as a survivor of the horrible Haiti earthquake of 2010 He used a first aid app on his iPhone to treat his injuries, and relied on information that he had picked up from the cable show Man vs Wild to survive days underneath the rubble of his crumbled hotel He also used his time alone to draw nearer to God, though he was experiencing some of the darkest times of his life The story alternates between his Haiti story and the other dark days he experienced as his wife battled major depressive disorder early in their marriage Wooley recounts how his faith helped him through both difficult experiences

  9. says:

    Unshaken is a fast paced narrative divided into thirty one short chapters which cover Woolley s experience from the morning of the day the earthquake struck to his reunion with his wife in a Miami hospital three days later The story is told primarily from Dan s perspective, with a couple of chapters and sections towards the end of the book written by his wife, Christy Interspersed throughout the narrative are chapters in which Woolley recounts the early years of his marriage which were shroude Unshaken is a fast paced narrative divided into thirty one short chapters which cover Woolley s experience from the morning of the day the earthquake struck to his reunion with his wife in a Miami hospital three days later The story is told primarily from Dan s perspective, with a couple of chapters and sections towards the end of the book written by his wife, Christy Interspersed throughout the narrative are chapters in which Woolley recounts the early years of his marriage which were shrouded in the darkness of Christy s at times suicidal depression.Continue reading this review here

  10. says:

    I don t read much non fiction, but my daughter recommended this book, and I m glad I listened Dan Woolley s incredible tale made me cry from almost the first page and by the end, I cried at the sheer beauty of his experience Trapped when a 6 story hotel fell around him in Haiti s earthquake, Woolley spent agonizing days and nights waiting for death or rescue His faith in God is a major part of the book.

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