Silent Resolve and the God Who Let Me Down (a 9/11 story) by Susan Van Volkenburgh
Life for Susan Van Volkenburgh was good. She was often told that God had placed a golden star upon her life. Then tragedy struck.
On September 11, 2001 at 9:37 a.m., American Airlines Flight 77 plummeted into the Pentagon, taking the lives of 184 innocent people. One of them was Susan’s father, Stanley R. Hall. At that moment, everything changed for Susan. Everything she knew, everything she ever believed in, came crashing down. Her life began to unravel.
Susan Van Volkenburgh’s debut book was chosen as a finalist in the 2011 Women of Faith writing contest.
Susan Van Volkenburgh’s honest and revealing narrative portrays the anguish suffered when tragedy strikes, leaving the remnants of a life changed. With lyrical inflection, Susan takes the audience through the pain of grief and loss to a place of resolution.
Heartfelt, uplifting, and sincere. This book gives us a look at life, death, dealing with major loss, and staying connected with God. -Sandra