Faith of a Father is a thoughtful, penetrating memoir of a reflective professional counselor who suffered traumatic childhood abuse and struggled to understand truth and God in a world that did not seem to make sense. Barbehenn skillfully brings us along step-by-step in his honest search for truth, at any cost, that will enable him to make sense of his ongoing pain. Written as a letter to his grown daughter, it illustrates how he comes to peace, joy, and hope at the end. I smiled and wept and marveled at the grace of God in Christ.
Rev. Allen Harris
Former Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship staff member; church consultant; and pastor for thirty-three years
This is a wonderful narration, written in a delightful conversational style. . . . With every page, I empathized with Frank and saw myself more clearly. By the end of the book, the resolutions to his conflicts of faith were perfect for me as well. I felt closer than ever to God and to Jesus.
Head of a high school English department