I encourage you to visit Carol's website and learn more about her. Once you do you will want to read this book and every book she has penned with such grace and beauty.
In Unquenchable she shares the story of her son's imprisonment and how this has impacted her life. He is living his life in prison, but his life is much more than his surroundings. Of course this wasn't God's plan, but through this fire, God is bringing beauty from ash.
Carol shares more of her life through these pages than I have seen in other books. This is a woman I admire greatly. I can say with honesty that I'm sure I would be where she is today with all that has happened in her life. Trial and tragedy can bring us to a dormant faith. A place where we give up. But here in these pages, Carol, shares how we can overcome. She shares how we can live through the fire and ignite a faith that will continue to burn bright.
Carol shares her story, the story of others, and she brings us to the Word, where we find amazing stories of grace and strength to bring us to a faith that is unquenchable. I highly recommend this book. If you have gone through a fire it will give you great insight and wisdom to keep going. If your in the fire right now you will find encouragement for the journey ahead. If you have yet to face the fire this too is for you. In this life the fire will come and we can learn such great wisdom from women like Carol to prepare us for the days to come. Believe it or not, God is preparing you right now and Carol brings us to understand how to tap into a faith that is real and alive and lasting.
This book was a gift from Zondervan for sharing my review with you.
Carol Kent is the bestselling author of When I say My Isaac Down and Between a Rock and a Grace Place. Carol is an expert on public speaking and writing, as well as encouraging people to hold on to hope when life's circumstances turn out differently from their dreams. She and her husband, Gene, live in Florida. For more information visit www.carolkent.org.