Most of us can admit that in one way or another life has not gone the way we planned. Life can be full of surprises, speed bumps, and heartache. Proverbs 13 says, “Hope deferred makes the heart sick.” We don’t know what tomorrow holds, despite what’s written in our calendars.

However, I believe we can live in tremendous hope and peace regardless of what happens to us and around us. True hope isn’t based on our current circumstances, but on the One who is the same yesterday, today, and forever. The end of the verse in Proverbs says a “longing fulfilled is a tree of life.” It is time for hope. It’s time to let go of the unknowns and embrace the mysteries that lie before us. It’s time to go deeper with the God who is working ALL things together for your good. He is a good and a loving Father, and I believe He is ready to reveal more of His goodness to you through this journey!

“I believe this book, Embracing Mystery, will bring us into more understanding of God’s great plan for our lives.”

Beni Johnson

Senior Pastor, Bethel Church, Redding CA

“Through her own personal journey, Anna Maher has found the God of Hope.”

Danny Silk

Senior Leader, Bethel Church, Redding CA

Review from Amazon Customer

“This book has helped and comforted me through a tragic chapter of my life. Anna guides us to specific scriptures and shows us the hope that we absolutely have when we have God as our father. This isn’t a one-time devotional… This is one I’ll likely be rereading several times in the future. It’s great, I’m glad I ordered it!”

Review from Amazon Customer

Review from Amazon Customer

“I love this book! It’s full of simple ideas, so much daily wisdom and lots of practical application. Maher is hilarious and honest as she shares pieces of her own journey and challenges us in ours. Whether you’re struggling with finding hope or seeing God as a loving Father, its straightforward message is needed: God is good.¬†This gem will definitely be kept by my bed to read and re-read through the years.
I highly recommend it for all.”