That Was God: A Mom'S Story About Hope in Traumatic Brain Injury

That Was God: A Mom'S Story About Hope in Traumatic Brain Injury

by Cindy Hipszer

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Overview

As her daughter, Megan, bounced out the door on her 18th birthday, Cindy said what she says to anyone leaving her house.
Drive safe!
About an hour later, she received a call that shell never forget.
In That Was God, she shares the true story of her persistent loving daughter, who was given another chance at life after a near fatal crash that caused her to suffer a traumatic brain injury. She also shares how her family pulled together after such a crisisand how their love of God made an unthinkable situation easier.
At times, His presence was not always obvious. But looking back with 20/20 vision, its clear that He was there all along.
While Megans accident would leave her with serious injuries and a long road to recovery, God was present each step along the way.
Join a mother as she recalls watching her daughter narrowly survive a horrific crash. Cindy offers spiritual and practical advice for Christian parents and children who may be facing similar challenges in this compelling story of hope and faith.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781489717139
Publisher: LifeRich Publishing
Publication date: 07/12/2018
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Cindy Hipszer and her husband, Tony, grew up in Pennsylvania and now live in the South. They have three grown children and three young grandchildren. Her favorite activity is worship, and she also loves to read, travel, and campespecially with her family.

www.ThatWasGod.com

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That Was God: A Mom'S Story About Hope in Traumatic Brain Injury 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ChaplainTony More than 1 year ago
A mother's embrace of hope through trials of suffering... Cindy loves her family, her friends, and most especially, she loves God. This is HER story – her joys, her struggles, her strength, her questions, her hope, her faith. That Was God is a multidimensional epic centered on my youngest daughter’s fight back from a horrible automobile accident and the resultant physiological and emotional challenges she faced. It is a story about insurmountable adversity and about God’s goodness through it. Make no mistake – this is not a story filled with miraculous signs and happy dances all around. God shows up in so many ways, yet the reader will go on an emotional rollercoaster ride with Cindy that lasts years. One that I did not fully understand before reading it. I expected to be familiar with much of the content as I began to read. I quickly learned that Cindy and I lived the same story but experienced much of it differently. A loose analogy is how the four gospels recount identical events of Jesus’ life, but offer different perspectives. After reading That Was God, I had a deeper understanding of Megan’s experiences, as well as other family members. Most importantly, I gained a deeper understanding of Cindy’s emotional experience – albeit years afterward. One would think you know most everything your best friend is thinking and feeling. Cindy and I talk every day. And when we were in the thick of this battle, we constantly shared our thoughts, fears, hopes, and joys. We cried together then – and I cried often while reliving the story. It renewed my own experiences and exposed me to a piece of Cindy’s heart I had not seen beforehand. Perhaps you chose to read this because of a similar life event; maybe one that you are still living. Truth be told – this story is still being written too, with every step forward Megan takes. Prepare to relive some of your emotions through these pages. But, also prepare to see things in a new way – through the lens of another. My prayer is that you will be stronger and better equipped because of it. God bless… Tony Hipszer Cindy’s husband and best friend