To Live Again
When Catherine Marshall's husband, Peter, Chaplain of the United States Senate, died unexpectedly, the sudden loss was overwhelming.
Overnight, she became a single mother and young widow of a nationally beloved preacher. Catherine recalls how she clung tightly to a loving God while grappling with grief and loneliness. Thrust into an unfamiliar world of financial concerns, job hunting, and single parenting, she held fast to her tenacious faith.
When she was asked to edit a small volume of her husband's sermons, a new chapter began. Catherine followed up by penning the powerful story of Peter's life, catapulting her into a writing career as a New York Times best-selling author.
In this New York Times best-selling vulnerable account of the years after Peter's death, Catherine shares how she learned to trust in the goodness of God that restored and redirected her life