How did she keep breathing while staring at the burned body of her husband after flames licked the clothes and 80% of his skin off his body? How could he be so broken yet still alive? From this walk through fire emerged a horrifying world of torturous wound scrubbing, skin transplants, and other tormenting procedures that tempted death day and night.
Was God mad at them? Was it time to give up and die in the shadows of too much pain accompanied by too many questions, especially those concerning the character of God in the messes of life?
Life burns us all at times. Physical disaster, personal trauma, lingering guilt and the like keep happiness at bay for the lonely victim of lost dreams. Let this true story take you on a walk through fire that may set you free to hope again.
· Find fresh vigor to confidently face brokenness
· Release guilt caused by devastating life events
· Realign relationship roles to find new beauty for a new season
· Grasp new understanding of the character of God in the face of loss
· Receive fresh revelation of the power of love amid tragedy
This true story of an immigrant family that overcame cultural barriers as well as unimaginable disaster comes wrapped up in hope and a good measure of welcomed humor. It speaks to personal brokenness, offering a way back to living unbroken again—unbroken where it matters the most—the human heart.
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About the Author
Town. They left their professions to pursue full time ministry, which eventually lead to leaving kin and country for further studies in America.
Alongside her husband she served as pastor in different leadership roles while directing women's ministries, establishing outreach programs, conducting Bible
Studies, teaching Bible College, and providing spiritual counseling to women and married couples. They served churches in South Africa and America with deep involvement in missions to Africa and the Philippines, and pioneered churches in
America and the Philippines.
Eleanor now enjoys doing life in Southern California with Hennie, her husband of 35
years, her four adult children, and three active grandsons. She is passionate about passing on wisdom gleaned from walking through life's great joys and deep sorrows.
Her life is dedicated to speaking truth about practical living, personal growth, and a fuller understanding of the character of God in the midst of pain. Her fulfillment lies in helping others to also find healing in brokenness-the way to their best life.
Table of Contents
Is This Really Happening?
The Power of Moments
Can We Talk About Hell?
Where Are You, God?
God Is Still Close
Is This Ever Going to End?
Not So Calm After the Storm
Restored to Beauty
Stay Tight When All Hell Breaks Loose