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Like a River : finding the faith and strength to move forward after loss and heartache

Smith, Granger(author.).

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South Whitley Comm. PL - South Whitley 248.86 SMITH GRANGER (Text) 30402004893980 NEW NON-FICTION Checked out 10/09/2023

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781400334360
  • ISBN: 1400334365
  • Physical Description: print
    v, 201 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, plates ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Nashville, Tennessee : W Publishing Group, [2023]

Content descriptions

General Note: Includes discussion questions.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-198).
Summary, etc.: "On a sunny day in 2019, country music singer Granger Smith found his three-year-old son, River, face down in their pool, unconscious. Emergency responders restarted River's heart, but doctors could not revive his oxygen-starved brain. After he and his wife, Amber, buried their youngest child, Granger found himself caught in a runaway river of grief that he could not escape. Alone on his tour bus, on the darkest night of his life, Granger had a spiritual encounter with Jesus that lifted him out of the muck and onto a new path. Confronted with the weakness of his former faith, he set out to discover the truth about the Source of the river of his life. Driven by the hope that River's death had a purpose, Granger soon encountered the God of all grace and mercy who could be trusted with every current, hazard, twist, and turn. Granger's vulnerable testimony will lead you to the truth that God is the Source of everything that happens on your river of life and loss. God has a purpose for your pain, and His purpose is always good. God has a plan for the path of your river, and once you surrender your useless oars and paddles, you can trust Him to heal your deepest pain. As Granger and Amber began their walk in faith, they discovered the purpose of their suffering: to point others who are hurting to the Source of all peace, hope, comfort, and freedom." --
Subject: Smith, Granger
Personal growth Religious aspects
Parental grief
Genre: Autobiographies.
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