Whenever someone faces tragedy, especially when young children are involved, people like to throw out the question of, “Where is God in this?” It is so painful beyond measure to watch a little one struggle medically, to see the family struggle, or worse, to be a parent who loses a child. How do those parents survive the day to day struggle, especially with their faith in God still intact? The Caleb Years: When God Doesn’t Make Sense, by David Ingerson, is the personal story of a dad who does just that.
The Ingerson family was expecting baby number four. The beginning of the pregnancy was rocky, as there were signs and fears of miscarriage, but as the second and third trimesters progressed, all fears went away and they expected nothing less than a