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Praise for Resurrection Year
I love Sheridan Voysey's honesty as he addresses the hard questions of faith. He lets us in on his pain to see how God works to stretch and grow him and his wife—and us. Sheridan offers no pat answers in Resurrection Year. His life illustrates the way God strengthens us in the struggle as we hold on to God even with our questions unanswered.
—Ruth Graham, Author of In Every Pew Sits a Broken Heart
This is not only a book for those with broken dreams, but equally a book for those whose dreams have been fulfilled but who still bear the responsibility to "bear one another's burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ." It calls all true followers of Jesus to empathize with those whose dreams are shattered and whose hopes are in limbo. It sounds remarkably like a conversation with Jesus.
—Rev Dr. John Smith, Missiologist, Writer, Preacher, and Founder of God's Squad Motorcycle Outreach
Through shades of vulnerability and pain, Resurrection Year offers new colors of optimism in this real-life story about hope and possibilities.
—Joel Edwards, International Director, Micah Challenge
Resurrection Year is a wonderful, honest, moving book about loss, pain, and grief, but also about hope, faith, and above all love—the love between two people and the love of God. Resurrection Year reminds us all of a profound truth: in order for resurrection to happen, something has to die. This is a book for all who are struggling with loss and waiting in the darkness. There is hope, there is a dawn to come, there is resurrection.
—Nick Page, Author of Kingdom of Fools and The Wrong Messiah
Sheridan's writing is clean and edgy, sprinkled with the poetry of a heart that hears beyond the superficial to plumb the depths of grace. As he writes, despair and joy spring from the same place as this couple seek a way to live the truths of their faith and their love with authenticity. "Our world got so tiny," he writes, "our vision got so small—confined to the walls of our problems." What a powerful thought and one which has the capacity to lift our vision beyond the walls of our circumstances.
—Bev Murrill (MAGL), Executive Director, Christian Growth International; Director, Cherish Uganda