can be an overwhelming, even devastating event in any parent’s life. We know. In January 2001, our 2 year-old son, Nicholas, received such a diagnosis of severe autism. A few years later, our second son, Samuel, was also diagnosed with autism.
If you are the parent of a child with special needs, you know the agonizing pain of the shock, grief, distress, and even the hopelessness that can grip your soul.
If you are a friend or family member of someone with a special needs child, you may have spent time trying to comfort or bring clarity to a grieving parent.
And in the midst of the dark night, one question burns in our spirits:
Where is God?