Into the Deep: One Man's Story of How Tragedy Took His Family but Could Not Take His Faith

Into the Deep: One Man's Story of How Tragedy Took His Family but Could Not Take His Faith

by Robert T. Rogers, Stan Finger (With)
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Into the Deep Robert Rogers with Stanley Finger Tyndale, Jul 2007, $13.99 ISBN: 9781589973787 After a summer of drought on the Plains, the heavy rain during the Labor Day weekend of 2003 was considered a blessing by most people even if it dampens some of the outdoor activities. In Liberty, Missouri, Robert and Melissa Rogers and their four young children (eight years old Makenah Alexandra, three years old Nicholas Adam, Downs syndrome six years old Zachary Seth and adopted special needs child twenty-one month Alenah YenWing) attend the wedding of Melissa¿s Uncle Mark in Wichita, a 200 mile drive. After the ceremony they head home with the torrent getting worse. Near Jacob Creek, a ¿river¿ floods the road. Melissa and the kids drown while Robert survives as he says ¿by the grace of God¿ washing him away. His faith already strong becomes even deeper as he mourns his loss, but knows his loved ones are in a better place walking with God. --- This is a powerful true story of how faith in God sustained Robert and continues to do so. Readers will admire him and wonder how he can still trust in the Lord following the tragedy as he obviously loved his family deeply. Readers who appreciate a well written inspirational true life story from the heart and soul will cherish ¿one man¿s story of how tragedy took his family but could not take his faith¿. --- Harriet Klausner