Contributors: Stacy Henagan
Binding: Trade Paper
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
How could a loving God allow this to happen? What do you do when it seems God hasn’t come through for you? Is He trustworthy?
When the miracle-working God whom Pastor Stacy Henagan loved and served did not answer expectant prayers on behalf of her terminally ill baby daughter, she was left crushed with grief and struggling to understand.
Stacy found herself walking in the footsteps of Terah, the father of Abraham. After he lost his youngest son, Terah set out with the rest of his family for Canaan, the good place God had in mind for His people. But then he came to the place that shared his late son’s name. Surrounded by reminders of what he had lost, Terah stopped moving forward and settled in Haran-which means a parched and dusty place. Instead of being the gateway to a fruitful future, this crossroads city became his dead end.
Facing overwhelming pain and doubt, Stacy wrestled in her own Haran. But rather than choosing to settle there, she emerged with even greater belief that God is trustworthy and good, even when we don’t understand.
This book offers strength and encouragement to countless others struggling to hang on to faith in the shadow of death-whether of a loved one, a relationship, a career, or a dream.