Christian Maloney almost didn't make it into this world. Two miscarriages tried to send him into the Lord's arms without him ever seeing his parents. Andrew and Christy Maloney thought they were losing their baby. She would miscarry, and he would die. No That can't be right, that's not what God would want. He'd raise the child up, stop this bleeding, sew up her womb. They believed in that kind of God. But the baby wasn't making it. They couldn't accept that-not after feeling him kick in there, not after seeing his little face on the ultrasound, not after hearing his heartbeat. "He can't die," they said, "we won't let him "
That proclamation starts "Eight Weeks with No Water," an emotional, true tale of the Lord's sustaining grace working through faith to go against the odds and bring a remarkable little boy into the world for God's glory and honor. It is a testimony of fiery trials with compelling insight that proves the walk of faith is worth the reward of faith