God is Just Not Fair
Is your faith leaving you with more questions than answers? Jennifer Rothschild knows what it's like: losing her eyesight in her teens, she found strength in God, only to hit a wall of doubt years later. In this book she...
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Is your faith leaving you with more questions than answers? Jennifer Rothschild knows what it's like: losing her eyesight in her teens, she found strength in God, only to hit a wall of doubt years later. In this book she takes readers through six big questions of faith to find answers not just for the head, but for the heart.
Have you ever tried to make your faith make sense and just ended up with more questions? Does God care? Does He hear my prayers? Is He even there? In God Is Just Not Fair, Jennifer Rothschild helps us wrestle with the six big questions of faith to discover that while the head pursues answers, our hearts need even more. Jennifer Rothschild has been there. While in high school, through a devastating disease, she lost her sight at age fifteen. She found strength in God to overcome and launched a successful ministry of speaking and writing. Then five years ago, she hit a wall of depression and discontent. She even found that some of her past assumptions about her faith were shaken. Through a time of wrestling with God Jennifer came to realize that we not only need answers but also a comforter and a relationship we can trust. Jennifer shares fresh insights, wisdom, and solid biblical teaching based on what she has learned. In God Is Just Not Fair you will discover a healing encounter with God as well as the ability to honestly pursue answers to your questions of faith.
Jennifer Rothschild, speaker, author, and recording artist, captivates audiences with her storytelling and signature wit as she travels across the country challenging her listeners to walk by faith, not by sight. Rothschild is cofounder of WomensMinistry.NET and lives in Springfield, Missouri, with her husband, Philip, and their sons, Clayton and Connor.