THIS ISN'T THE WAY LIFE WAS SUPPOSED TO BE
It is in the depths of our suffering where we face some of life's deepest, most difficult questions. How can God still be good after this? Why isn't He answering my prayers? Is He even there at all?
In Worth the Suffering, Jenna Henderson gives us a gift —an example of how to walk through our fears faithfully, even when facing the worst possible outcome.
" This book will strengthen your faith." Brian Tome
To reach from within the place of great suffering—and not to a means of escape, but to Jesus—is rare. The multi-storied pages of this book tell of that kind of woman, one with a deep reach for the Jesus who moves through every single tear. Jenna’s story radiates Jesus, and her husband’s outpouring, while dealing with his great loss, is a moving testimony of beauty.
Author of Every Bitter Thing is Sweet and Unseen: The Gift of Being Hidden in a World that Loves to be Noticed
Sweet Jenna. Always excited; always smiling with a gentle voice frequently saying "that's my favorite" in nearly every conversation. From peach milkshakes, Hunter boots, and mason jars to rainbow chip icing, wood pallets, and chai tea; her list of favorites seemed endless. She was a Young Life leader, a photographer, an oncology nurse, a wife, and most importantly a follower of Jesus.
When the doctor's confirmed that her cancer had returned more aggressively for the fourth time, it delivered a devastating reality. Yet, even then, she faced eternity with excitement, unwavering belief, and complete fearlessness.
Jenna continues to leave a lasting impact on two of the causes and missions she loved the most: Young Life and Cancer Research. Please consider partnering with Jenna as she continues to leave a legacy that changes the outcome of kids lives, both here and for eternity.