This book is about the private struggles I experienced as a new Adventist.
You may be wondering: Why were they private? Well, after becoming a Seventh-day Adventist and entering the struggles that tested me on many levels, I found myself in a precarious position. I could not confide in Dan … he was so happy. I could not confide in my family because they already thought I had lost my mind and turned my back on them. I could not confide in the people of Keene because I did not want them to think I did not want to be an Adventist (even though I wasn’t sure at that time that I wanted to be an Adventist); because I knew if they sensed I did not want to be an Adventist it could very well negatively reflect on Dan. I was overwhelmed. I felt alone and very lonely in my struggles. I just wanted to get away. I wanted to go back to the way we were … My having a husband at home at night to help with the girls homework … They wanted their daddy to kiss them goodnight and tell them as he always had how much he loved them and how special they were.
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