(Releasing May 1st, 2020) https://youtu.be/CFYFYuS-uwo Foreword by Robert Wolgemuth and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth This book helps married couples to navigate the storms of life together. Working through the book of Job, Sarah Walton (author of "Hope when it Hurts") and her husband Jeff reflect on their own experiences in a marriage that has faced chronic… Continue reading Together Through the Storms – Biblical encouragements for your marriage when life hurts
Hope When It Hurts Biblical reflections to help you grasp God's purpose in your suffering I had not finished reading the introduction to this book before I was making a mental list of friends that I knew would find it a balm to their weary hearts. Kristen and Sarah minister to fellow travelers on the… Continue reading Hope When It Hurts
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As we drove away from what felt like the millionth doctor’s appointment for our son, the new prescriptions and prospective treatments felt more like a set up for disappointment than a prospect of future hope. We had lived in this space for twelve years, ever since the realization that our son’s challenges were far beyond… Continue reading Frozen in Grief – the Pain of Ambiguous Loss
https://youtu.be/CFYFYuS-uwo It’s with great excitement (and slight trepidation) that Jeff and I are finally able share the book trailer for Together Through the Storms. This story isn’t one that we would have ever written, but God is the author of our lives and he has shown us time and time again that his ways are… Continue reading Our Story
[Guest Contributor - Linda Green] Tears spilled down my face without warning when I got a text from a family member sharing yet another heartbreaking situation among the countless others I have grieved over the past decade. But it wasn’t just this situation that opened the gates of grief. Rather, it was the accumulation of… Continue reading Hope for the Heavy Hearted
“Lord, I pray you will do a physical miracle in my wife, but if you choose not to, then work a spiritual miracle in me so that I can love her well until the end.” These were the words of Dr. Robertson McQuilkin, shortly after receiving his wife’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis. His response pierced my heart… Continue reading Loving Our Spouse Through Suffering
Christians, of all people, desire to make changes for the better: to break patterns of sin, live more faithfully, and grow in godliness. And yet, our battle with sin remains, and our enemy works tirelessly to distract, discourage, or weigh us down in that pursuit. One of his well-known tactics is legalism, reducing the Christian… Continue reading Lay Aside the Fear of Legalism – The Wells of Grace in Godly Discipline