Joy I'd Never Known
by Jan Dravecky, Connie Neal (Contributor)
Dravecky, joy came after she released control over her life . . .
into the hands of the God who had been waiting to receive
A Joy I'd Never Known traces Jan's painful journey from control to
surrender, winding from her protected childhood through a series
of tragic losses, her husband's cancer and the ultimate amputation
of his arm, the downward spiral of a devastating clinical
depression, the lack of understanding on the part of fellow
Christians, and finally, to hope, growth, and joy as Jan found the
help she needed.
gripping, personal story sheds much-needed light on depression,
anxiety attacks, and the need for a balanced, surrendered
And for all who feel the lingering shame of emotional trauma or
the need to "keep it together" at any cost, this book
offers empathy and hope for change . . . and points the way to a
joy beyond imagination.