FreeFall: Holding onto Faith When the Unthinkable
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FreeFall: Holding onto Faith When the Unthinkable  -     By: Rhonda Robinson

FreeFall: Holding onto Faith When the Unthinkable

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Faced with her own devastating, life-altering events, author Rhonda Robinson was forced to deal with circumstances out of her control. Instead of losing her faith, she learned to trust God as He led her out of paralyzing darkness.

FreeFall, written for women experiencing tragedy, examines frequently heard but often-misguided words in light of Scripture and offers unshakable truth to use in times of profound change. Read her words, let them soak into your soul, and emerge redeemed and restored.

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Title: FreeFall: Holding onto Faith When the Unthinkable
By: Rhonda Robinson
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: New Hope Publishers
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 9 X 6 X 0.6 (inches)
Weight: 11 ounces
ISBN: 1563093006
ISBN-13: 9781563093005
Stock No: WW093001
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Life can change in an instant.  

“He died at the scene.”
“It’s malignant.” 
"I want a divorce.” 

 

Certain words, whether whispered or shouted, once uttered, severs us from the life we once knew. Such words can send us into a spiritual free fall, descending into a world we never wanted to enter.

Often times, words meant to comfort can feel empty. Hope seems out of our reach when loss, grief, and depression tries to smother our faith.

 

FreeFall reminds us the God we serve gave us the tools to survive our darkest hours. Then equips us to hold onto our faith by laying out a clear course of action to regain purpose and meaning within a life we can’t imagine living.

Author Bio

Rhonda Robinson is a mother of nine who carefully built her life nurturing her family, gardens, and writing parenting columns. Rhonda saw her world shatter with the words, “Dan died at the scene.” Through life-altering events, disabling illnesses, and devastating loss, Rhonda learned to break down and rebuild her life. She became a witness to the undeniable, unseen hand of God.

Editorial Reviews

“God makes us brave. When we face the pain of irreplaceable loss, He carries us to the shores of a new horizon. As Rhonda learned to praise God through the devastatingly tragic car accident that claimed the life of her son, Dan, she began her healing journey with God. If you have experienced pain or loss in your life, FreeFall: Holding onto Faith When the Unthinkable Strikes will set your feet on solid ground. Author Rhonda Robinson writes with authentic grace that will enable you to embrace the new normal of a new beginning in your life. God is using even the loss in your life to create a masterpiece of purpose.” —Sue Detweiler, best-selling author of Women Who Move Mountains: Praying with Confidence, Boldness, and Grace and pastor of Life Bridge Church


“Raw. Beautiful. Encouraging. Hope-filled. Through true stories of real people who have battled grief and found surprising victories in the process, FreeFall offers a light to anyone who feels stuck in a dark pit.” —Anita Agers-Brooks, international speaker and award-winning author of Getting Through What You Can’t Get Over 
“Rhonda is a talented woman and writer, and she is brave beyond words, as you will see in the pages of this book. Over the years our readers loved her wise and heartfelt articles on life and family and her encouragement to endure through whatever life throws at you with faith. She has been an inspiration to me personally, and I know she will be to you as well, as you read this incredible book, FreeFall, born out of experiential knowledge.” —Sharon Hughes, radio host and founder, The Center for Changing Worldviews

"Drawing from her own journey out of dark despair, Rhonda Robinson brings a roadmap for others in FreeFall. She has experienced what God Himself designed as the greatest sacrifice: the loss of a child. This book serves to shine a light out of the dark place of grief to a next step, to another safe step and then one more, until you find, like Rhonda did, that you have come out." —Angie Penrod, MEd, wife of Guy Penrod/Grammy and Dove award-winning gospel singer, mother of eight


FreeFall is a powerful healing journey as Rhonda Robinson tours her readers through the impact of death ripping her heart and soul into many pieces to the transforming power of God’s mercy, beauty, love, and truth. Rhonda Robinson’s gift of writing breathes new life as she guides her readers out of the dark hell of loss and brokenness and courageously explores the caves of despair. She brings secret treasures of healing that only can be found in the deep hidden places of God’s love and mystery. She wields her pen like an artist’s brush and maneuvers the reader through the birth pangs of new discoveries that often go unexplored because of the limitations of human understandings about death. God brought Rhonda a revelation that all people need to hear, especially those who are in the mighty grip of grief. She has pilgrimaged through the shadow of the valley of death and has come out the other side with nuggets of gold and jewels that hold refreshing health and healing. I would recommend for all my clients to read this inspiring walk of faith. He can heal the deepest, darkest, loneliest pain that exist, and through the suffering of loss, as hard as it is to believe, there is treasure.” —Kathleen A. Stommel, MA, Christina Counsel Associates

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