Everything changed that very moment...
I was living the worst nightmare I could have ever imagined. I was paralyzed with fear as I realized this was no accident. I knew our country was under attack.
Minutes seemed like hours as we stood in front of the television. Not even thirty minutes after the South tower
collapsed, I watched in disbelief as the North tower crashed to the ground, disappearing into a pile of dust. In an instant it was gone.
But I knew that the God I serve was bigger than what I could see. Bigger than my circumstances. A God of miracles. I knew He could bring my husband home. But would He? I would soon realize that sometimes our stories don’t end the way we think they should.
Sometimes God has a different plan for our lives.
About the Author
Shelly Genovese Calhoun is an author, speaker, wife, and mother. A former fashion model, she represented East Texas in the Miss Texas USA pageant. During her modeling career, she worked for Anne Klein, Neiman Marcus, JCPenney, Panhandle Slim, Dillards, and many other notable companies. She resides in the Dallas-Fort Worth area with her husband Heath and their two children. Daughter Jacqueline is a senior at Texas A&M University and son Cash is a freshman in high school.