Quick fixes to big problems are hard to come by - especially embarrassing ones. Your computer crashes and you can't get your work completed on time. It will be late. No quick fix. You are on your way to work and your coffee mug tips over onto your shirt and pants. Time to go back home. No quick fix. Without warning your toddler's digestive system decides to jettison the "veggie-carrot" baby food out of its present location inside, outward, onto your friend's carpet. Ever been there? Instead of a quick fix what happens next is an extended process which prolongs the negative "vibes" gurgling inside you. Embarrassing? Yes - but you'll survive. But what about when an embarrassing situation or issue involves a very personal issue that you want solved, fixed, and put away forever but you want it kept on the downlow? It is a secret and personally shameful to you. Going public is NOT an option. You desperately need a quick fix not a public process - that would be a nightmare and a CRAZY ASK. But it's only way out of your embarrassment. It will be a hard process. Meet Naaman from the Bible. His story is our story. More importantly, his process will be your process if you want to experience God's deliverance. He is every man but not every man is as courageous with his faith. When there is no quick fix, will you risk putting your private life into God's public process? Join men's expert and pastor Kenny Luck for this powerful study in God's Word.