Night of Tears, Years of Joy
Can any good come from a head-on collision in a Volkswagen? "Massive head injuries" seems like an inadequate description of author Samuel Miller's injuries on a fateful night on a North Carolina highway nearly four decades ago. And yet, looking back, it was a night of divine providence as the lives of five young men were mercifully spared. The reader is invited to join the author on an emotional journey through a grueling ordeal that confronts an age-old question: Can God bring good out of tragedy? Not allowed to look in a mirror due to the severity of his facial injuries, the author survives and embarks on a memorable voyage of lifelong ministry to those who are hurting. As Dr. Horace Ward points out in his foreword, "Samuel has been blessed with a powerful testimony and a fruitful ministry...Samuel has an experience worth telling, and he tells each word extremely well." Samuel Miller, author, son of South American missionaries, is a graduate of Cedarville College and Wright State University. An ordained minister since 1973, he is married to Connie, teacher and writer. Presently involved in evangelistic ministry, they pastored twenty-one years in West Virginia and Ohio. They are the parents of two sons, Jeff and Richard, both married.
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