A waking nightmare descended on our lives. “My twelve-year-old daughter had put a chef’s knife to her chest and threatened to kill herself. Her action was an outward sign of the implosion that occurred in her life long before that day. Her step-dad was sexually abusing her. I felt swallowed by darkness — like Jonah in the belly of the whale. Grief consumed me and fear of what was ahead nearly paralyzed me. In my grief, I cried out to God. This can’t be happening.” A family member ... a friend ... someone you know has sexually abused your child. Grief grips your heart. You’re feeling lost and confused. Questions about your child’s future plague your mind. Tumultuous emotions buffet you from all sides. Where do you turn for help? Author Debra L. Butterfield speaks candidly about her experience and extends to you her courage to fight this battle. Part memoir and part devotional, Debra offers • comfort for your heartache • practical guidance for daily needs • a biblical path to healing, and • encouragement and hope along the way. Sound biblical advice that will help you through any crisis. Let yourself be Carried by Grace as you journey toward restoration.