Bobbie Sanders and her family live what some might call an idyllic life in Newport Beach, California. Happily married with two fairly normal teenagers, Bobbie confronts life’s challenges with faith, humor, and humility.
But life as Bobbie has come to know it is in flux. Her “kill them with kindness” attitude hits a wall when the irascible Mr. Ragoni moves in next door and rebuffs all her efforts to win him over. It’s just the first sign of the seismic changes that threaten Bobbie’s sense of security. Her husband, Bud, is going through a midlife crisis; her daughter, Pamela, is leaving convention and a fiancé behind for new horizons in Japan; and her sixteen-year-old son, Cole, shocks them all by befriending Mr. Ragoni … to potentially disastrous effect.
In All Things Possible, Bobbie’s goodness—and her faith—are challenged to the core when real tragedy occurs, and she is forced to question the divine promise that God will not give her more than she can handle.