"Where was God when ____? How could God allow ____? Why?"
These are the questions that flood our hearts and minds when the unimaginable happens. When things go horribly wrong and the world seems to be unraveling, how do you believe in God's goodness? How do you cling to hope?
Chad Veach directs listeners away from clichéd Sunday school answers that fail to offer real comfort or provide faith-building insights. Instead he draws from God's promises in the Bible and from the story of his own daughter's diagnosis of a devastating and debilitating disease to reveal simple, purposeful steps for dealing with pain. Resting in God's love, remembering his past faithfulness, and realizing the distinction between having faith and clinging to hope are just some of these steps.
Veach reminds us that because we know who God is, we know there is hope.
©2016 Chad Veach (P)2016 Thomas Nelson Publishers
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Definitely a must read! Real people, real struggles, and real God sized story of faith, hope, and love.
"loved it! "
People always say Love Hope and Faith but did we ever really put it together?? Thanks Chad for clarifying that.
This man is so passionate and humble. I believe that Georgia's story is changing lives all over the world and I know that God is using her to show His Love and Grace for humanity. Thank you for challenging us all Chad! So good
the book was okay but not very helpful for finding reason. it gave good examples but no reason in the story
"Hope ignited - Mom of Violet who also has Lissence"
In our journey with Violet and her smooth brain, Chad Veach has ignited hope in me. A great story with immeasurable teachings that I'm thankful to have experienced ♡
This book has made me re think what it is to hope, to resurrect hope in my own life.
Having the Author read adds depth and humour.
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