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On May 3rd, 2012, Jeff Huxford was in a near-fatal car accident and suffered a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), an injury that eventually resulted in an abrupt and premature end to his medical career. It was during this difficult and trying time of “uninvited” change, however, Dr. Huxford began to “unexpectedly” find his true value and purpose rooted in Jesus. He began discovering a multitude of wonderful truths about the unfathomable love and amazing grace of God.
In Finding Normal, Dr. Huxford chronicles his miraculous journey following a brain injury. It’s a story of incredible faith and hope, a moving and inspiring memoir where a seemingly pointless tragedy is transformed into something beautiful.
PRAISE FOR FINDING NORMAL
What a story! Your "normal" might not look exactly like Jeff's, but I know it's going to contain some things you weren't expecting. Jeff's tale of how he rebuilt his life will give you the courage to weather the storms you face, too.
—Jon Acuff, New York Times Bestselling Author
Normal is something many of us try to find. But God often reveals that his path of disruption is far more beautiful than our plan of normal. Jeff’s story is very clear proof of that. I highly recommend this book.
—Jeremy Cowart, Photographer & Founder of The Purpose Hotel
It was about a year ago when I first sat down with Jeff and heard his amazing story. Finding Normal beautifully captures what I heard that day. Read this book… the pages are filled with honest, raw and hope-filled redemption.
—Darren Whitehead, Founder & Lead Pastor at Church of the City, Franklin, TN
I’ve personally seen Jeff and Jacqui rely on their faith through times of immense trial. I can't imagine “finding normal” when everything you once knew is suddenly different. I am inspired by how they are living out their faith and sharing their story.
—Tasha Layton, Pastor, Teacher, & Worship Leader
Jeff and his remarkable story are a bold reminder that we can use what makes us weird to make our world more wonderful.
—CJ Casciotta, Author & Media Maker
Jeff’s story is a reminder that nothing in this life is within our control, no matter how in control we feel, and nothing in life is outside of God’s plan, no matter how alone or aimless we believe ourselves to be.
—Keith Smith, Producer & Member of TobyMac’s DiverseCity Band
In Finding Normal, Jeff shares his amazing story in such a vulnerable and powerful way. This book clearly presents a beautiful picture of hope and restoration for all who will read it.
—Curtis Zackery, Pastor & Author of Soul Rest
I know Jeff’s book will inspire and encourage everyone who reads it. His story is life changing and I am blessed to call him a close friend.
—Jack Vale, Comedian & Producer
Coming from someone who has personally dealt with a near fatal injury, making permanent new challenges and new realities, I guarantee Jeff’s story will encourage you on your journey to finding a new normal.
—Aaron “Canon” McCain, Hip-Hop Artist
Jeff’s book is sure to inspire and encourage anyone who has been through or is currently enduring a difficult season in their life.
—Jarrid Wilson, Pastor, Author of Love Is Oxygen & Founder of Anthem of Hope
Jeff’s story is a reminder to hold all that we have with open hands, trusting that the Lord’s plans are better than our own. It is a story of loss but ultimately of redemption and victory,
—Becca Bradley, Christian singer, songwriter, & multi-instrumentalist
This book will challenge you, uplift you and inspire you. Jeff’s story is one that needs to be heard. Read this book.
—Jason Romano, Author of Live to Forgive & Host of the Sports Spectrum Podcast
Jeff’s story is not only one of personal tragedy and triumph; it is also one that paints a beautiful picture of God’s sovereignty over our circumstances.
—Kellie & Kristen, Worship Leaders & Songwriters
Jeff Huxford was a family medicine doctor in northwest Indiana for ten years before having to retire due to complications from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). He has since become a blogger, author, and speaker.
In 2016, Jeff moved to Franklin, TN with his wife, Jacqui, and their two children, Jayse and Jenna. He is an avid reader, diehard Cincinnati Reds fan, and can usually be found at a field or court somewhere around Nashville watching his kids play sports.