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"To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose under heaven." --Ecclesiastes 3:1, NKJV The cross is evidence that grace can be violent, messy, and encountered in the most incongruous places. It's nothing we can ever fully understand. Maybe that's the point. Deeply personal and honest, award-winning author Wendy Murray Zoba's spiritual memoir ravages the myth that "real" Christian life must be untarnished and sublime. From the simple wisdom of children to surprise miracles from a beloved saint, Wendy found out that God used the chaotic seasons of her life to bring her closer to His heart. With a literary, pensive voice, she discloses an obscure, albeit essential, secret: We follow God best on broken legs.
This beautifully-written literary memoir shows us how God uses personal crises to both shatter and rebuild our faith.
Zoba is associate editor at Christianity Today. She worked in youth ministry with her husband for ten years.