The human mind cannot fathom the amazing essence of God's love toward mankind. When one contemplates the sheer depth, height, and breadth of His love, it truly is a wonder. In Psalm 23: Wonders of God's Love, Stacey Donaldson details the way God uses the soul of Psalm 23 to undergird her while she endures difficulties in her second pregnancy that puzzle even the doctors. As Satan sows despair to douse her hopes for a healthy baby, the love of God covers and protects her vulnerability allowing her to find hope in His ability. In a still, small voice she hears, "Doctors will wonder, but this will be a wonder of God's love." Ushering her into a place of peace and rest to endure the test, this message also inspires this memoir, which will allow others to experience the wonders of God's love. Author and educator Stacey Donaldson has written professionally for more than ten years, initially as a broadcast journalist and currently as an English teacher. In search for God's purpose in her career, she left the newsroom and entered the classroom. With a master's degree in secondary education and National Board Certification, Donaldson uses her experience to motivate and prepare her students to write and operate in the real world. Ultimately, Donaldson desires for her work to offer hope and healing to those who are hurting. Stacey is married to Johnny V. Donaldson, and they are the proud parents of Camaryn and Cailyn. They reside in Clinton, Mississippi.