I was given the book Grace in the Middle to review in exchange for an honest review; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
There are some books that you read in your life that move you to the core. I have to say that [easyazon_link identifier=”1620205297″ locale=”US” tag=”tidbitofexp-20″]Grace in the Middle: An Imperfect Journey to God’s Perfect Plan [/easyazon_link] is one of those books. Wendy and Scott were put through many trials and tribulations with their daughter Savanah’s health. Their story shows you how much of a difference having faith can make in your life.
About the Book
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“[easyazon_link identifier=”1620205297″ locale=”US” tag=”tidbitofexp-20″]Grace in the Middle: An Imperfect Journey to God’s Perfect Plan [/easyazon_link] details the physical, emotional, and spiritual struggles Wendy and Scott faced during the pregnancy and the treatments for their daughter Savannah’s cancer. All throughout this story, Wendy shares her story and how her faith was challenged, but yet it grew. Grace in the Middle even includes a chapter written by Savannah, who is now almost 15 and living a normal, busy, teenage life.”
As a mother, this book was intensely difficult to read. My heart was breaking for this couple every step of the way. I was really glad to see it turned out in the end. I don’t think I could have handled a sad ending.
About the Author
Wendy Duke lives in South Carolina with her husband and two children. She works with her husband in international sports development, using their backgrounds in coaching and telling her story throughout the world. When she’s not traveling, she is a Bible teacher, speaker, blogger, sports junkie, and middle school chauffeur. Grace in the Middle is Wendy’s first book. She writes on her blog at www.wendyduke.net.
Be sure to add this book to your reading list.