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by Christina Schofield

Author: Christina Schofield
Subcategory: Christian Living
Language: English
Publisher: Chosen Books (July 1, 2011)
Pages: 160 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.8
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Christina Schofield's book was uncompromisingly honest, raw and real She also has a habit of using words like blyucky (p. 35) and My Life and Lesser Catastrophes is a short memoir chronicling the author’s experiences and personal revelations i. .

Christina Schofield's book was uncompromisingly honest, raw and real. I really didn't want this book to end, I enjoyed it that much. She also has a habit of using words like blyucky (p. 35) and My Life and Lesser Catastrophes is a short memoir chronicling the author’s experiences and personal revelations in the aftermath of a motorcycle accident which left her husband a quadriplegic. To me this book reads almost like a series of blog posts.

With her entire life flipped upside down, she began an astonishing journey of tenacious faith amid increasing doubt. Full of dark, silent hours and a woman's honest questioning of the God she thought she knew, this is also a story full of miraculous answers to prayer and head-scratching, awe-inspiring encounters with her loving Lord. With candid warmth and transparency, Christina shows readers that even in their darkest hours, God's goodness shines through. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

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Christina Schofield, the difference between life as she'd always known it and a life of fear and uncertainty was a matter of a few pebbles. As the motorcycle she and her husband were riding hit a patch of loose gravel the bubble around her smooth Christian life popped. The safety nets she thought she had-based on unquestioning obedience to God, unyielding faith the ministry - focused life-broke as their bodies were hurled from the bike. Christina Schofield has been a children's illustrator and writer for the last ten years, working with Zonderkidz, Group Publishing, Strand Publishing, and Cook Communications. She and her husband, Allen, a campus pastor, have one daughter, Lily, and live in Rolla, Missouri.

An Unflinchingly Honest Journey of Faith. Books related to My Life and Lesser Catastrophes. Chicken Soup for the Soul: A Book of Miracles. by Christina Schofield. Just after her thirteenth wedding anniversary, Christina Schofield woke up groggy and disoriented, surrounded by nurses in a hospital. She and her husband had hit a gravel patch while on their motorcycle and crashed into a ditch. With the exception of a concussion, she was fine. But Allen had broken his neck. He was now a quadriplegic. With her entire life flipped upside down, she began an astonishing journey of tenacious faith amid increasing doubt.

Christina Schofield has been a children's illustrator and writer for the last ten years, working with Zonderkidz, Group Publishing . My Life and Lesser Catastrophes: An Unflinchingly Honest Journey of Faith Jul 01, 2011.

Christina Schofield has been a children's illustrator and writer for the last ten years, working with Zonderkidz, Group Publishing, Standard Publishing, and Cook Communications. Christina Schofield Schofield, Christina. Baker Publishing Group (publisher).

Just after her thirteenth wedding anniversary, Christina Schofield woke up groggy and disoriented, surrounded .

Just after her thirteenth wedding anniversary, Christina Schofield woke up groggy and disoriented, surrounded by nurses in a hospital. Christina Schofield has been a children's illustrator and writer for the last ten years, working with Zonderkidz, Group Publishing, Standard Publishing, and Cook Communications. More about Christina Schofield. My Life and Lesser Catastrophes.

Just after her thirteenth wedding anniversary, Christina Schofield woke up groggy and disoriented, surrounded by nurses in a hospital. She and her husband had hit a gravel patch while on their motorcycle and crashed into a ditch. With the exception of a concussion, she was fine. But Allen had broken his neck. He was now a quadriplegic. With her entire life flipped upside down, she began an astonishing journey of tenacious faith amid increasing doubt. Full of dark, silent hours and a woman's honest questioning of the God she thought she knew, this is also a story full of miraculous answers to prayer and head scratching, awe inspiring encounters with her loving Lord. With candid warmth and transparency, Christina shows readers that even in their darkest hours, God's goodness shines through.