How will you respond when life, as you know it, has been drastically altered by suffering? When what you hoped for and dreamed of is suddenly gone, how will your faith carry on?
Eric Austin reveals what an enduring faith can lead to in this memoir, that employs the very real (and almost too raw) story of his wife's and his journey through suffering mental illness and its ensuing substance abuse.
Suffering does not just alter a person-it alters marriages, families, friendships, careers, hopes, and dreams. This wild story, however, demonstrates God's desire to take the very suffering that has drastically altered your life to radically alter you, and others, into looking like His Son, Jesus.
Austin weaves together story after story, highlighting biblical truths learned out of them, all to reassure us of the relentlessness of God's goodness in the recklessness of our circumstances.
Hurting, confused, or grieving, God is inviting you-through your suffering-to share in His mission to destroy death and bring life to others.