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Living in the Shadow of Death: Learning to Thrive through Tragedy and Uncertainty

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Does God have a purpose for the turmoil or tragedy you are experiencing?
Does a good God allow loss and send pain? How can that lurking feeling of dread for tomorrow be part of abundant life with Christ?

Grief hits us unexpectedly. A job loss, a failed relationship, a health crisis, an unexpected move, a rebellious teen, and other difficult circumstances force themselves up
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Paperback, 172 pages
Published June 10th 2019 by Immeasurable Works
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Carrie Daws
Jun 08, 2019 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
This book is one I didn't want to write, but God would not release me from it. As I began to confess to friends what was on my heart, They responded with more than simple encouragement to obey God's direction. They expressed an anxiousness to read it for themselves. They needed ... desperately wanted ... the message I shared. And so, with their faces at the forefront of my thoughts, I wrote. At times it was painful, at times embarrassing. But I've worked hard to be faithful to write as God direc ...more
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Over the years, God rewrote Carrie’s dreams to include being a stay-at-home mom and a writer. She started by writing weekly devotions online before a mentor at the Christian Writer’s Guild encouraged her to try fiction.

After almost ten years in the military, Carrie’s husband medically retired and they now live in North Carolina with their three children. Besides writing fiction novels, she stays b
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