Jane's early years were full of adventure and excitement. She immigrated to Australia from England, married, and had five children. Disaster struck when her husband was arrested. She spent years grappling with the consequences of his crimes and the devastating effect on her family. Jane floundered in a spiritual and emotional wilderness. The pain of betrayal, confusion, and guilt reinforced her lack of self-worth. Could she ever recover? How could she forgive? Who could understand her humiliation, shame, and utter despair? Told with candid honesty and courage, this is a story of redemption and restoration that Jane attributes solely to God's grace and mercy.... Wales, in our usual convoy, Martin driving the big Toyota wagon with the popa up van behind, and I the Ford Falcon with the trailer; the children were spread between the two vehicles. ... The trailer tipped and smashed into the guide posts. ... He grabbed the twoaway radio and yelled: aDad, wea#39;re dead, wea#39;re dead!
|Title||:||A Silk Purse|
|Publisher||:||Balboa Press - 2012|