Cut off by a dense fog of post-natal depression and anxiety, Hazel Rolston felt pushed beyond the edge. But when the grim voice of Despair offered her the path of suicide, she knew instinctively that this was not God's way for her.
Hazel doesn't offer us a formula for instant escape. But she does remind us that God is there, even if our feelings say the opposite. No matter how bad things feel, God is faithful to his wounded, broken people beyond the edge.
Commendations"Read this book and be changed to reach out with Jesus' compassion." Alie Stibbe
"As Hazel lays bare her heart, we discover, not slogans or rhetoric, but authentic hope. This gritty, immensely readable book is more than a tonic. It's a lifesaver." Jeff Lucas