Private Struggles of a New Adventist
This book is about the private struggles I experienced as a new Seventh-day Adventist. You may be wondering: Why were they private? Well, after becoming a Seventh-day Adventist and entering the struggles that tested me on many levels, I found myself in a precarious position. I could not confide in my husband ... he was so happy. I could not confide in my family because they already thought I had lost my mind and turned my back on them. I could not confide in the people of Keene, Texas because I did not want them to think I did not want to be an Adventist (even though I wasn't sure at that time that I wanted to be an Adventist); because I knew if the sensed I did not want to be an Adventist it would reflect on my husband. I was overwhelmed. I felt alone and very lonely in my struggles. I just wanted to get away. I wanted to go back to the way we were ... My having a husband at home at night to help with the girls homework ... They wanted their daddy to kiss them goodnight and tell them as he always had how much he loved them and special they were.