What it’s about:
From the publisher:
“Whether chosen or unexpected, all change brings stress. Kristen Strong knows about change–especially the kind you didn’t choose. Over the years, she’s fought hard to learn an important truth: change is not something to be feared but something to be received as a blessing from a God who works through it, not in spite of it.
In this hope-filled book, Kristen invites you to see all the ways you are loved and cared for in the midst of change. She walks alongside you as a friend, gently ushering you toward a new view of change, one that meets you at the crossroads of your own sense of anxiety and God’s sense of purpose. With practical advice for coping in every part of life, she draws from her own experiences, the stories of others, and stories from Scripture to help you find contentment, purpose, and renewed strength.”
Change is hard. Really hard. I am a creature of habit and really have trouble with change. So this book called out to me as a good practical book to help with my stubbornness on change. Kristen Strong has an easy-to-follow style that I enjoyed. I loved the topic of this book and I am sure many will find practical advice in it. It didn’t hit me emotionally like I had hoped, but the advice and God-truths are still there. I still think it is a good book and many have and will really relate to it and it will have them through times of tough change.
I received this book in exchange for my honest opinion.
About the author:
Kristen Strong is a popular blogger at Chasing Blue Skies (chasingblueskies.net) and DaySpring’s (in)courage. Her work has appeared in MOMSense and Family Fun magazines. She and her husband, David, have three children. Together this military family has zigzagged across the country (and one ocean) several times. They currently live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.