Worship leader and recording artist Laura Story's life took an unexpected turn when her husband, Martin, was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Their lives would never be the same. Yes, with God all things are possible. But the devastating news was that no cure existed to restore Martin's short-term memory, eyesight, and other complications. The fairy-tale life Laura had dreamed of was no longer possible. And yet in struggling with God about how to live with broken dreams, Laura has found joy and a deeper intimacy with Jesus.
Laura helps us understand we aren't the only ones whose lives have taken unexpected turns. She examines the brokenness of some of the heroes of our faith and shows how, despite their flaws and flawed stories, God was able to use them in extraordinary ways. And it was not because of their faith but because of the faithfulness of their God.
God may not fix everything. In fact, although your situation might not ever change or get better, with Jesus you can.
©2015 Laura Story Elvington (P)2016 Tantor
This book was such a blessing! I had not heard Laura Story's life-story before. Her life is a testimony to trusting God in the midst of your circumstances one step and one day at a time.
Full of wisdom and insight into the struggles of life. Laura was vulnerable and brave as she shared her struggles with living with prayers not answered the way she wanted and unmet expectations.
I am dealing with seizures for the second time in my life and I was wondering why me and what is the purpose of me going through this again, but after listening to this book it really helped me to understand God will get the Glory out of everything we go through and it will make my Faith stronger in him. thank you for sharing.
If you live with chronic illness, or ongoing disappointments, this story of one couple's life will inspire you to choose God's perspective one more day, and then another, and another. I will be listening to this book again as needed when my "God tank" gets on low.
I listened on my morning walks and almost hated to get back home. Laura shares her story and lessons learned ... she didn't give me answers to the "Why?", but helped me look for ways to find joy in the midst of trials. If I'm not trying to be the hero of my story, it'll be a better story!
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