Chasing After Faith
Capturing Hope Through a Daughter's Special Needs
Mark E. Lingenfelter
Subtitled “Capturing Hope Though a Daughter’s Special Needs,” Chasing After Faith chronicles the journey of author Mark Lingenfelter and his wife, Angie, took through the discovery and adjustment to a number of birth and developmental problems with their daughter, Faith.
Four pages of color photos highlight the growth and development of Lingenfelters’ daughter, who is now six years old.
About the book Pastor Dan Gregory of Grace Church in Akron, Ohio, said, “Dark moments and difficult circumstances can shake our faith . . . this is a powerful, yet down-to-earth book about real people walking through real challenges chasing a real faith in a real God.”
Tom Avey, fellowship coordinator for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches, said, “Shepherds lead best when God has deepend them through dark days. This is an excellent tool for pastors, fathers, or small group leaders to help people talk through vital faith issues.”
The slim 71-page paperback contains eight chapters, each teaching a spiritual principle learned through the Lingenfelters’ experience, and each followed by several pages of discussion questions and exercises designed for individual study or small-group discussion.
Mark E. Lingenfelter pastors a church in Western Pennsylvania and is an international communicator. He is a graduate of Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, Ind. He and his wife, Angie, have three children, Hannah, Elijah, and Faith.