Voted 2020 Best Memoir by the Advanced Writers and Speakers AssociationLuann Mire faced overwhelming circumstances when her godly husband was blindsided by an indictment due to a former employer's tax fraud. The resulting prison sentence and restitution took the once joyful couple into a long season of suffering as they fought judicial tyranny. Helpless to change her situation, Luann endured a painful examination of her life-long faith as she faced evil and distress. Fear, anxiety, and depression worked against her ability to trust in God's goodness. Meanwhile, she wrestled with powers of darkness she had never before encountered. Luann's desperate desire for a restored family life kept her looking to God through prayer, Scripture, and every trustworthy scrap of divine encouragement she could find. Yet doubts plagued her as months turned into years, and hope for justice was continually deferred by an ironclad court system. Though trapped in severe circumstances, Luann found God faithful to His promises, especially Psalm 34:18, which says, "The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit" (NIV). Signs of God's presence came at timely moments of need--often in astonishing ways.
Author: Luann Mire, Patti Richter
Publisher: Carpenter's Son Publishing
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 8.40h x 5.60w x 0.60d