For one year following her painful divorce, Denise Hildreth chronicled every emotion, every new discovery and every moment of Godrsquo;s unyielding presence. Flying Solo, the diary of that roller-coaster year, begins on the day Denise sat in court to hear a judge end her 13-year marriage and follows her through 12 months of soul-searching, heartbreak and healing.
160;160;160;160;160;160;160;160;160;160;160; With vivid stories, raw emotion and unwavering honesty, Denise opens a window for divorced or divorcing readers to breathe in the fresh air of Godrsquo;s Spirit. For, among many surprises in store for Denise during her first year of flying solo, one of the most startling was this: God desires to be with us through our pain. She writes, ldquo;Flying solo isnrsquo;t about being alone. It is about living a life that may hurt at times, wound at times, betray at times; but there is still an incredible unobstructed view of heaven, and an opportunity to discover God in the middle of it.rdquo; Readers struggling to stay afloat in the wake of a marriagersquo;s end will hear from a fellow traveler that they donrsquo;t have to settle for treading water160;.160;.160;. they can learn to fly.
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