Where Is God When a Child Suffers
Penny and Tim Giesbrecht naively believed that bad things couldn't happen to Good Christians. Until their "perfect" baby began exhibiting such ... Show synopsis Penny and Tim Giesbrecht naively believed that bad things couldn't happen to Good Christians. Until their "perfect" baby began exhibiting such strange behavior that "it seemed the Jeremy we knew had died." Two years of painful tests brought no answers. Then Jeremy was severely burned. As he screamed in pain, his mother cried, "Dear God, where are you?" Paul V. Johnson, grief counselor, says the book ." . . will help many other families who for years have suffered silently. Penny openly and honestly shares her feelings and experiences as a mother and wife through times of despair, anticipation, questioning, and eventually, growth. The reader struggles along with her and her family to find God in tragic situations." Dr. Henry Panowitsch, public school coordinator of special education, says "A marvelous . . . story of courage, wisdom, and compassion which I highly recommend." Katie Wood, mother of two and Sunday-school teacher, says, "Penny's absolute honesty and open 'take-you-there' style made me blink and cry through many pages. After I wept and hurt with her, I felt I too had climbed the mouontain and was somehow a better person for it."