When a powerful EF-4 tornado with winds in excess of 200 miles per hour slammed the Union University campus on February 5, 2008, destroying eighteen dormitory buildings and causing $40 million in damage, the immediate assumption was that dozens if not hundreds of lives would have been lost. Miraculously, nobody died, and the next morning major media outlets flocked to Jackson, Tennessee, where Union students and faculty credited God for their survival and got to share their faith with millions worldwide.God in the Whirlwind recounts the entire experience through twenty eye-of-the-storm accounts from those who saw the walls and ceilings crashing down upon them and felt their ears pop as the pressure dropped, from anxious parents who waited for their childs call, and from Union leaders who marvel at the universitys unbroken spirit in the face of such devastation. This inspiring book also includes eighty photographs that visualize Gods mighty hand upon nature and his gentle hand of grace.
God in the Whirlwind
B&H Publishing Group
Stories of Grace from the Tornado at Union University
Mind, Body & Spirit