By Missy Robertson
Missy Robertson knew that marrying duck-hunting kin guy Jase Robertson will be an event . . . and she or he used to be as much as the problem. Their existence jointly was once strong (even after Jase grew the beard). that they had young children, labored not easy to assist construct the thriving Duck Commander enterprise, and enjoyed and served God.
But after a tough and dicy being pregnant, their daughter, Mia, used to be born with a cleft palate―a severe situation requiring a number of cranial and facial surgical procedures. As their child struggled to respire, and Missy and Jase confronted a lifestyles that abruptly appeared very varied than the single they’d deliberate, they discovered themselves staring down one among life’s greatest questions: the place is God in all this pain?
This is the Robertsons’ tale. It’s for an individual scared and beaten via an issue they can’t repair; an individual misplaced and looking out for the way via. You’ll meet the younger woman Mia who captured A&E’s Duck Dynasty viewers’ hearts, and find out how Missy and Jase have raised her and their sons to be devoted, convinced, and safe in who they're. You’ll be encouraged via how the Robertson relations caught by way of one another throughout the toughest occasions. And you’ll detect that God’s benefits are higher than you ever dreamed―and there if you want them the main.
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I had scoured books upon books in the library for the lore and culture of trees and flowers. I thrilled at learning the place and meaning they held in mythology and legend. Still gazing at the tree, I suddenly remembered. The weeping willow is associated with death. There are other associations but the death thing seemed the only one I could remember. How apt, I thought. Pulling my thoughts back into the lake house I looked at the clock. It was 11:30 in the morning. Then I sank back down into the very tiny place that had become my reality.