God's Breaking Heart

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When God is generous to show us, we catch glimpses of the anguish He feels at seeing His children hurt themselves and each other. Follow a handful of disconnected people in this short story, through a single day in their lives, as they see the chain reactions caused by their choices. What actions appear unrelated are often weaved in a delicate web, unseen and orchestrated to produce glorious ends.

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About Chris M. Hibbard

Chris M. Hibbard was born in the suburbs of New Jersey, the second of three brothers. His family soon moved to Alaska, where he grew up scrambling over the mountains and beaches of a remote village wedged between thickly wooded peaks and deep fjords. His childhood shaped in him an early love for family and the outdoors, and inspired such hobbies as wildlife photography, grafting fruit trees, and hiking.

His first novel began as a collection of stories he invented to entertain his children. He, his wife and four children make their home in the Piney Woods of Texas.

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Review by: Dee Emeigh on Oct. 13, 2013 :
Chris Hibbard weaves a story from various viewpoints that end in one, focal point: whether we see it or not, God is at work in and through those who respond to Him. This encouraging little book ends with a note from the author to realize the value of the words we speak and the focused, rather than random acts of kindness. God’s Breaking Heart is a fascinating novella that I didn’t want to put down even at the end. It left me wanting more and wanting to do more at the same time.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Review by: Patricia on Aug. 11, 2013 :
I so enjoyed devouring this book. Read it in one evening as I couldn't put it down. The author has discerning heart that sees through God's eyes. I do believe that even the small choices we make can cause a difference in the lives we touch.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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