However, is God directly responsible for one person’s healing while another suffers or dies? When God gets credit for the first outcome but not the second, it leaves the second person (and/or their loved ones) invisible, insignificant, and clearly excluded from God’s circle of care.
She becomes a loving whistleblower uncovering the ways the church has failed to embrace suffering as part of its inheritance, and how the suffering ones have been left on the scrap heap of success-driven Christianity.
This is not your typical hearts-and-flowers gratitude book. This accounts for suffering and despair and unexpected election results...This is gratitude on the ground with the feet of people who are fighting and marching for a better world.
APRIL 7, 2014 | BY: NIKOLE LIM -- After a series of traumatic experiences that culminated with my hospitalization in Zambia...