Book Summary: “The Scripture tells us that God has sons and daughters who are rich in faith. Vanessa Crosson expresses her heart—rich in faith—through her writing. Her transparency of personal setbacks reveals a tender and loving relationship with her heavenly Father. As you read Among the Myrtle Trees, be still and reflect on these rich writings. May the Holy Spirit use her inspired thoughts to enlarge your heart of faith and give you hope for a better day!” - Rod Aguillard, Network of Related Pastors, Senior Overseer
How do you trust God for a heavenly future when your past has been hell? If God truly loves you, why does He allow bad things to happen to you? How can you listen to, have faith in, and follow a God that doesn’t seem real?
As life unfolds and tragedy strikes, the idea of God being good is sometimes inconceivable! The struggle with personal significance and the realness of God is a timeless conflict in humanity. Comparably, the Israelites struggled with their hope, purpose and faith in God as much as we do today. Discover how their journey from the Babylonian exile can direct you down a personal path to reveal how God uses your run from faith to train you for your fight of faith.
Whether you have abandoned your faith, know someone who is down in their faith, or just feeling down in the dumps yourself, Among The Myrtle Trees offers spiritual encouragement and strength. Passionate prayers and relevant scripture guide you to find a restoration of faith that the Israelites found… among the Myrtle trees.