Enumclaw, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/19/2017 -- With 15 to 20 percent of all women experiencing a miscarriage, the pain of this loss is all too common. Many women will identify with the journey of one woman who experienced multiple miscarriages, compounded by several family deaths in a short time. In Miss the Carriage (Redemption Press 2017), Shannon Gallatin shares her testimony of the goodness, grace, and weavings of God in her own journey of grief. She writes for women who have experienced a miscarriage, personal loss, or are struggling in their faith because of grief and mourning.
Joni Eareckson Tada, the evangelical Christian author, radio host, and founder of Joni and Friends, an organization "accelerating Christian ministry in the disability community" comments on Miss the Carriage. "The small book you hold in your hands is not a sad recounting of one deep disappointment after the next. Miss the Carriage is a testimony, a personal journal filled with hope abounding . . . If you have miscarried a precious baby, there is a blessing to be discovered deep within the bruising. Shannon will take you step-by-step, inviting you to walk with her . . . to a place of life filled with peace and joy that is out of this world."
Gallatin, an Upstate New York Bible teacher, speaker, and pastor's wife, says, "Pain is one of the biggest clouds that conceals the Father's love for us. The deeper the pain, the deeper the attack upon trust. I wrote this book because in the midst of my own pain, I craved to hear a testimony of someone who had walked a similar path and understood." She shares her personal story to give hope to those walking through the valley of the shadow of death. The treasures she found in experiencing the brokenness of six miscarriages are a grace-filled resource for those wrestling with what God has allowed in their lives.
For more information, contact: Author Shannon Gallatin: email@example.com.