In his latest book, When Heaven Is Silent, Dr. Ed Montgomery masterfully grapples with the problem of how to maintain faith in the midst of crisis. Since crisis--in one form or another--is experienced by everyone, everywhere, his message is universally relevant. Montgomery goes beyond helping those who are dealing with disappointment, loss or tragedy; he also ministers eloquently to those who are simply having a hard time hearing the voice of God above the din of everyday circumstances. With disarming candor, he reveals how God has worked in his own life, empowering him to take the necessary and sometimes painful steps along the path to healing and wholeness. This poignant narrative offers much more than catharsis. The author's keen ability to provoke deep thought brings his reader face to face with the limitations of human wisdom. Knowing full well how a person's faith may falter when all seems lost, Pastor Montgomery gently and skillfully guides the reader to just the right scriptures--the principles and promises that set forth the sovereignty of God and make known His unfailing love. He also leads the way for persevering in prayer and pressing on in faith, even when it seems that heaven is silent; and he demonstrates how asking tough questions can result in divine breakthrough.