Harvest From Heartache Paperback
by Gail Chamberlain;
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Harvest From Heartache
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This is Gail's own moving account of the birth of her two much loved children and subsequent discovery that the younger son has a life-threatening illness.
This is compelling reading from the first page, it charts the roller-coaster of emotions the family face through little Matthew's terminal illness and beyond.
* Dealing with suffering
* The grief of losing a child
* Learning to live again and to value the legacy he left behind.
Harvest From Heartache by Gail Chamberlain was published by Kingsway in December 2006 and is our 18946th best seller. The ISBN for Harvest From Heartache is 9781842912584.
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Harvest from HeartacheMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
It has taken many years for Gail to be able to put into book form, the story of her younger boys illness and death. It makes for compulsive reading as we travel through the traumas and the brief better times of this family. The strong message throughout is how Gail turns to the comfort of the arms of Christ who she knows is weeping with her, rather than turning away from Christ with anger and resentment. She is blessed with the immense sense of a peaceful presence at the most difficult times. During this time Gail and her husband find the strength to respond to God’s calling to plant a new church in their local school. Their obedience is wonderfully rewarded by the number of people who gather in increasing numbers in response to their leading. The Epilogue which brings their story briefly up to date is full of joy and thankfulness for what has come from one small boy’s life and death.
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Details for Harvest From Heartache
|Page last updated||12th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Gail Chamberlain|
|Publisher||Kingsway (December 2006)|
|Number of Pages||176|