I believe Sheila Walsh when she writes about trusting God because I know she's been through a lot of heartbreak in her own life. I think it is important to have interesting stories that also portray a Biblical/Spiritual truth. This book does both. One suggestion is I think it should have been written as a series with more than one book. It touched on so many topics where a someone deals with heartbreak. But I felt like it didn't give enough time to each situation before it moved on to another.
I thought it was very encouraging to show how Ava used ministry to others as a way of helping herself deal with heartache. I believe that is part of the healing process whether it be grief or anger. Reaching out to others and thinking and caring about others helps prevent a "poor me" type attitude.
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