I can think of nothing in my life that was as devastating as losing my daughter to brain cancer. And when I felt that inner “call” to write about that experience, I wished I could ignore it. But I knew it was pointless to argue with God.
The result was the book known as “Bethany’s Calendar.” It won the Selah award for best nonfiction memoir in 2015, but the award itself pales with the impact the book has made in encouraging others and giving hope in the midst of despair.
This past week I had the privilege of being interviewed about my daughter, the impact on my family, and the ways the Lord has used my daughter’s testimony to inspire many.
You can watch the webinar at this link anytime. Just click here and go to Episode 32. I pray you are blessed.
Janet Grunst says
I’m moved and inspired every time I read about what you, Bethany, and your family has gone through.
Thank you, Janet. Her life was inspiring and I am so grateful that her legacy lives on. Thanks for commenting.