Sandra Nunn's marriage to the romantic, handsome boy across the street got off to a good start. Her husband Ernie enrolled in seminary and planned for a career in ministry. "Years of wedded bliss, like rose petals, scented the road ahead of us," Sandra says. "At least, that's what I thought." A disagreement broke out in their church. Ernie ended up in the middle of it. Hurt and disillusioned, Sandra's husband sank into a pit of despair. He turned against his God, his church and his wife. Thirty-seven years passed. Then God visited Ernie and transformed him. Sandra's story, told honestly and straight from her heart, lets readers know that no problem is too big for God. "I want people to know that Jesus is still working miracles. I know because He did it for me." Rose McCormick Brandon's articles and essays are published in magazines, books, newspapers and devotionals in Canada and the U.S. She is an award-winning writer who specializes in personal experience, faith, life stories and the British Home Child Immigration period of Canadian history. Rose is a regular contributor to several national publications, including The Testimony, The Evangel and Daily Boost. Her work appears in Chicken Soup for the Soul and other compilations of personal stories. Rose is married to Doug and lives in Caledonia, Ontario. She has three adult children. Visit her blogs: The Promise of Home (http: littleimmigrants.wordpress.com) and Listening to My Hair Grow (http: rosemccormickbrandon.wordpress.com). Contact address: email@example.com. Sandra Nunn's life began in Germany as Oksana Senko. She spent her first few months in a German orphanage. As the oldest of nine children and the daughter of the pastor of an immigrant congregation, much was expected of Sandra from an early age, but high expectations didn't prevent her from pursuing excellence. She and husband Ernie speak frequently in churches, at community functions and on Christian television programs. Everywhere they go, they tell their story of how God restored their marriage. Sandra lives in Simcoe, Ontario. She's the mother of three adult children and nine grandchildren. For many years she was known as The Queen of Clean and Clutter Control. Her reputation for teaching people to clean and organize their homes made her a sought-after teacher and consultant. Today, she focuses on a message of hope for troubled marriages.