Friday, October 10, 2014

The Hardest Peace- Book Review

Kara Tippets is familiar with cancer, she knows the journey, the joys the pains and how in the midst of everyday, you have to find grace in the most difficult moments. She originally had breast cancer, came through it, relapsed and now the cancer has spread through several other places in her body. She blogs at Mundane Faithfulness and helps remind me that life is a gift each day.

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As a person who has never had cancer, but has been walking along side many families who have children ones with cancer, this book has shown me that in the moments of rawness, grace can be found. In the moments where life seems like it's frustrating, you could have it far worse. Kara has reminded me about what true living is all about. I am so thankful for her honesty and I value her words so much in this book. She makes you look and value what is important. She makes you look at your spouse to have the important conversations if you're not having them. She makes you want to be a better person.  If you're looking for a book to mess up your faith, make you stronger, change your life and maybe even help you ask some tough questions, this is the book. If you're looking to stay stagnant, don't bother.

{More about The Hardest Peace}

The Hardest Peace
A young mother battling cancer invites readers to embrace grace in every season of life.
Kara Tippetts knows the mundane but rich days of mothering four kids, the joy of watching her children grow.and the devastating reality of stage-four cancer.
In The Hardest Peace, she invites readers to see the grace of the everyday in all seasons of life and to live well even when the living is hard. As the thousands of readers of her blog know, Tippetts explores the hardest questions of life with rare beauty and honesty. Most of all, she draws them back to the God who is present, in the ordinary and the suffering, and shapes every life into the best story of all.
Learn more and purchase a copy at Kara’s website, Mundane Faithfulness.
Kara Tippetts

{More About Kara Tippetts}

Kara Tippetts and her husband, Jason, have four children and lead a church in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Cancer is only part of Kara’s story. Her real fight is to truly live while facing a crushing reality. She blogs faithfully at
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