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Author of the Enaya and Abner Book Series  

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Skating Grace

Matt can’t seem to live any kind of life after the accidental death of his son, Chad.

To Matt, forgiveness isn’t the answer, but after discovering the impact Chad had on the community and his peers, Matt wonders if he really ever knew his son at all. After Matt finds a secret journal in Chad’s room that reveals his son’s beliefs, Matt decides to put his own faith to the test.

When Matt starts building a skate park in memory of his son, a mysterious man named Abner arrives. Abner is willing to walk with Matt through his pain and suffering, even if it means revealing to him some difficult truths.

Can Matt be healed?

Can he learn to forgive?

Who is Abner?

About the Author

Justin C. Trout is a resident of Virginia where he is a Licensed Professional Counselor and currently working on his Ph.D. Justin is the author of the Enaya and Abner series and is a host of the self-help podcast, Save Yourself. Justin spends his time with his five children, his wife and their dog named, Indiana Bones. You can visit Justin C. Trout at justinctrout.com

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Words Give Life

Words Give Life

In the height of this magnificent week, I’ve seen something spectacular. My book, Where We Are, reached number 2 on the Amazon list for Christian literature. While I aspire to reach number 1, you can’t complain about being number 2, especially in a market that is as...

Let Your Life Set Sail.

Let Your Life Set Sail.

While I watch my children run along the shoreline, dipping in and out of the water—testing their boldness, I can’t help but envy them. So young and so innocent. At this moment as the water comes crashing around them they are faced with a decision; to jump on in or let...

The New Year 2016

The New Year 2016

I had the privilege to bring in the New Year last night with my wife. What would have been a joyous celebration and hope and excitement for the upcoming year, became more of a reflection on the things that happened in the year 2015. My wife lost her grandmother, her...