When author Diane Callaham was in her late teens, Satan whispered in her ear: "Go ahead and have some fun. They'll stop calling you Miss Perfect and Goody Two-shoes. Have fun. You can be a godly woman when you grow up and have children. Go have some fun." What followed was a series of bad decisions that defined the next thirty years of her life.
In For Such a Time as This, Callaham shares her story beginning in her growing up years and continuing through three bad marriages, Satan always offering bad advice. She tells how throughout time, God's grace carried her through, and she discovered how much God really loves her.
Through her testimony, Callaham chronicles God's good work as she seeks to be an encourager in other's lives. She communicates that God is still on the throne and is in control.