Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Review: Weak and Loved by Emily Cook



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Weak and Loved by Emily Cook

I really enjoyed this book.  Here is a mother who is struggling with her daughter's illness and has no control over what is happening.  She is a woman of faith and looks to God for help and guidance during this time of trials.  Through out the book it talks about her daily struggles and her love for her daughter Aggie.  I love that she realized it's okay not to be super woman, it's okay to lean on friends and most importantly lean on God.  It's okay to be weak and loved.  I give it 4 stars.





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ABOUT THE BOOK:  Weak and Loved: A Mother-Daughter Love Story

This story includes no clich├ęs or easy answers, and it is not an attempt to answer complicated questions of human suffering. Rather, it is a demonstration of God's faithfulness toward one sick child and her imperfect mother: both weak, but both loved. Aggie had a brain tumor that disrupted her young life; her mother’s sin and selfishness disrupted her best attempts to care for her. Written from the perspective of a mother who suffers with her child, Weak and Loved allows readers to experience the struggles of faith and encouragement of God. Readers will enter the difficult, earthy, and sometimes humorous world of a sick child, and be pleased to find the beauty of God's love in Christ even there. 


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Read Q&A with Emily HERE
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