|About the Book|
If you are hurting more than you can bear because of a loss of a child, grandchild, or other personal losses and wonder how you will go on from here, then you need to read the story of how Sherry Van Pelt made it through her very trying times. If youMoreIf you are hurting more than you can bear because of a loss of a child, grandchild, or other personal losses and wonder how you will go on from here, then you need to read the story of how Sherry Van Pelt made it through her very trying times. If you are going through some really difficult times and wondered where God was while walking through these deep waters, then you need to read Sherrys book. It is a modern day Bible story of the Book of Job. You will be touched and uplifted when you read her story. She truly bares her soul so you can relate to each and every heart breaking situation. Her pain from the loss of her grandchildren pulsates through the pages. This is a powerful story. From the beginning of the book you will be able to feel the pain and helplessness Sherry felt. She wondered why God was doing this to her family. She became very angry at God and wanted to turn her back on Him. Only when she was completely broken was she able to once again trust God. If you feel that you will never be able to trust God again, then you need to read Sherrys story. If you know of someone who has lost a child or grandchild or is going through a very difficult time in their life right now, then you need to have them read this book. Sherry is, once again, able to praise her Lord!! May God touch your life as you read this book. Sherry Van Pelt (born Sheryl Duhn), author and speaker, was born and raised in Iowa. She is married to Max and they have three children- Michelle (David Grewell), Mark (Heather), and Michael and three grandchildren- Cole and Sydney Grewell and Jacob Van Pelt. Sherry and Max play an active role in their grandchildrens lives. All Sherry ever wanted was to be a good servant of the Lord, a wife, mom, and grandma. So when she started losing grandchildren, it was devastating and more than she could bear. One night, in order to ease the pain of losing her first grandchild, she started writing him a letter, never knowing there was even more pain to follow later on. She was encouraged by friends to share this letter (book). In sharing her story, her prayer is that this book will help heal you if you too have lost a child or grandchild.