Healing Hope after a Diversity of Deaths, Part 2
After a lifetime devoting himself to becoming a pediatrician, Stephen “Doc” Hunsley’s occupational dreams died just weeks into his new practice. Years later, after devoting himself to filling the role of a stay-at-home father, Doc’s middle child Mark, who had Dravet syndrome and autism, died at the age of five. These two deaths drastically changed Doc’s life.
How do we move on after enduring horrific, crushing losses? Where is God when our health, our dreams, and our family life continually fracture?
Join us for part one of Colleen’s interview with Doc to hear words of transforming hope and how life’s greatest losses change our perspective and prepare us for future opportunities we could have never imagined.
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In When Life Isn't Fair: What They Didn't Tell Us in Sunday School, Colleen Swindoll Thompson weaves together biblical truth, practicality, and her own growth experiences as a mother of a son with special needs. She writes with raw honesty about her personal crisis of faith as well as the hardship and humor that come with learning to trust God through difficult times.