To Walk or Stay
Trusting God Through Shattered Hopes and Suffocating Fears
Her marriage slowly deteriorated behind the facade of a happy, Christian home. After six years together, with three young children, Lara discovered the devastating reality of her husband’s marital betrayal. Lara gives tender guidance to any woman walking the unexpected paths of betrayal.
But even more than that, she testifies of the victorious life in Christ available to everyone, regardless of any shattered hopes or suffocating fears.
- Choosing to bind to God – regardless
- Laying down my need to control
- He exposed my thoughts
- Do you think I’m pretty?
- But I have a right to be loved
- Leaving would mean I miss a blessing
- Choosing to remember no more
- Waiting in belief
- Prayer that changes things
- Walking in His redeeming power
“As a pastor, I highly recommend putting this gospel-centered book into the hands of anyone devastated by marital unfaithfulness.” — Robert K. Cheong, Pastor of Care and Counseling, Sojourn Community Church, Louisville, Kentucky and Author of God Redeeming His Bride: A Handbook for Church Discipline
“Lara Williams teaches and reminds her readers that we are not in control, but God is, and as we accept God’s sovereignty and goodness, this radically changes how we view our relationship with Him, how we view ourselves, our circumstances, and how we view and relate to others.” — Jane Tooher, Ministry Department, Director of the Priscilla and Aquila Centre, Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia
“Lara Williams’ testimony of God’s faithfulness in the midst of the darkness of her broken marriage challenges and encourages us to take God at His Word.” — Diana Lynn Severance, historian, Spring, Texas
“This is no mere “winning-through” story. It is about how theology changes lives. It brings big doctrines into home and marriage and the choices we make every day. Very relevant and very good thinking.” — Ann Benton, Author and family conference speaker, Guildford, England
About the Author
Lara Williams writes from her personal experience of marital crisis and healing. She and her family live in Greensboro, North Carolina. She holds a degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master of Divinity degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Her blog – To Overflowing – encourages women to discover a wildly vibrant faith.