As you swim through the swamps of life, sometimes it feels like you've got alligators chomping at your toes. It is during these tough times when we need to remember that God is still in control and that He will help lift us out of the murky waters threatening to pull us under.
It's Hard to Drain the Swamp When Yer up to Yer Ears in Alligators is the story of pastor's wife Rockie Sue Fordham. Rockie has had her share of trials and tough times. She has felt the weight of despair in difficulty, and yet, she has prevailed, through the power of Christ. Rockie shares her belief that no matter what happens-good or bad-God is in control, and "all things work together for good for them that love the Lord."
It's Hard to Drain the Swamp When Yer up to Yer Ears in Alligators is not a book about discouragement but one that seeks to encourage. Rockie's stories deal with the real, difficult issues of human life in a comical and unthreatening manner, teaching that laughter always outweighs the tears. The book reaches out to the reader, willing you to keep on swimming. Keep on fighting sadness, sin, and anguish, because the Lord is victorious, and He will carry us all to shore.