When pushed to examine your purpose, have you had the courage to take a close look at your life, or have you simply swept the nagging feeling of an unfulfilled purpose under the rug and hoped it would go away?
In this book, you will take a journey with Anne Williams who, after receiving an invitation to join AARP, begins to face the reality of aging and starts to wonder if she has done anything of significance to advance the kingdom of God. Anne and her friend Karen journey through their past to discover how God has worked in and through their lives. In the midst of that search, Anne's family faces an unexpected crisis. Will her faith and the faith of her family withstand this trial?
Anne's story reveals how families and friends cope with new seasons in their lives, identify their purposes, and begin the process of forgiveness through their relationship with Jesus Christ.
About the Author
Kim Herman is wife to Ken; mom to Michelle, Michael, and Joshua; and Grandma Kim to Allison, Brianna, Jedta, Molly, Brody, Kylie, and Kenna. Raised on a sheep farm in Southern Wisconsin, Kim went on to earn a Master’s degree in social work and then focused the majority of her 30-year career on serving people in need through a county mental health agency. Upon leaving the field of substance and mental health, she felt called by the Lord to write her first book.