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Tackling the Tough Issues Nov 7, 2004
Bonnie Wheat, minister's wife, first grade teacher and mother of two college-aged daughters, gives readers a frank view of what happens when a child is murdered. She details the resulting sense of numbness and loss and gives an inside view of the effects on her family. In God Gives a Song: Walking With God Through a Crisis she dares to tackle the tough questions. How can I cope with my child's death? Should I attend the trial? Is it Christian to want my child's murderer to suffer the death penalty? Bonnie Wheat's careful analysis of scriptures relating to all areas of her heartbreaking struggle to walk through her crisis will prove invaluable to those facing the same dismal circumstances.
God Gives a Song: Walking with God Through a Crisis Nov 4, 2004
God Gives a Song is written out of an anguish from which no mother should have to write. The murder of her daughter sends author Bonnie Wheat to a place that all of us pray we will never have to go. And yet, in the journey, Bonnie learns some profound lessons about grace, forgiveness, and letting go that can benefit us all. For anyone with a loved one who has been a victim of violent crime or has been a victim themselves God Gives a Song is a must read.