Scarred Faith: This is a story about how Honesty, Grief, a Cursing Toddler, Risk-Taking, AIDS, Hope, Brokenness, Doubts, and Memphis Ignited Adventurous Faith

Scarred Faith: This is a story about how Honesty, Grief, a Cursing Toddler, Risk-Taking, AIDS, Hope, Brokenness, Doubts, and Memphis Ignited Adventurous Faith

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Scarred Faith: This Is A Story About How Honesty, Grief, a Cursing Toddler, Risk-Taking, AIDS, Hope, Brokenness, Doubts, and Memphis Ignited Adventuro 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Know the family and the story that prompted the writing of this book. How does one deal with the death of a vibrant, young strong Christian wife, mother, daughter, sister who is healthy one day and gone in 18 days? This is an account of shock, unbelief, doubt, fear, and all the fervent prayer to no avail. How does one come back from this kind of loss and learn to draw closer to God in the midst of doubts, questions and anxiety? Having recently lost my husband of 49 years, the book spoke to me to be "strong in God."
KHartman More than 1 year ago
If you've ever felt abandoned by God, that God didn't hear your prayers, that God has given up on our world, Josh has a story you need to read. It begins a couple of years ago, when his precious sister becomes very ill. Josh's world is completely rocked, and he has a lot of very honest questions for God. While wrestling with those questions, his notices his life begins changing. The adventure that follows is also life-changing for his wife, two sons, and the people of Memphis. Josh writes with sincerity, brutal honesty, hope, humor, humility, and wisdom beyond his years. I have read this book three times, and each time, I have been encouraged to look beyond myself to see that greater things are still to be done in our cities...