Turning Broken Dreams Into New Beginnings
by Sheridan Voysey
"In Resurrection Year, Sheridan Voysey writes from experience—there is life after the death of a dream. Your dream may be different, but the road to resurrection will be similar."
—Gary Chapman, Author of The Five Love Languages
Part spiritual memoir and part love story, Resurrection Year is an honest look at recovering from broken dreams and reconciling with a God who is sometimes silent but never absent.
"Perhaps a greater tragedy than a broken dream is a life forever defined by it." Read selections from the new book, Resurrection Year.
"The honesty and poetry of this memoir make it a compelling read, and will help many to find hope in dark times." Read what other authors and religious leaders are saying about Resurrection Year.
Popular radio host and author Sheridan Voysey shares about his own "Resurrection Year," and offers some practical ways to move from death to new life.
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Ellen Painter Dollar
How (and if) we manage to pick up the pieces after shattered dreams has huge implications for the rest of our lives.
Jack and Priscilla Pope-Levison
There is an arc to Resurrection Year. Slowly words subside as the struggle to have a child wanes. Words, for the most part, are replaced by silence.
We have to love the people we marry, and we have to accept the limitations they bring with them to the marriage without reproaching and blaming them.
We serve a God of Resurrection, indeed. Just ask Lazarus.
God is on our side in both failure and success, and nothing can separate us from the love of God.
Somehow, through the Voyseys' struggle with infertility, I caught a glimpse of myself, of my suffering, of my pain. And I saw, thanks to the lens he gave me, that God is there. That God loves me. That there is hope.
In Resurrection Year, author Sheridan Voysey nails it on the head when he writes, "childlessness can bring isolation."