An Upcoming Review- Etched ...Upon My Heart by Jill Kelly

Leah Courtney

I am very excited that I will soon have the opportunity to review Etched ...Upon My Heart by Jill Kelly.

It's probably no secret to my readers that I'm a big football fan.  Jill Kelly is the wife of a former Buffalo Bills player- Jim Kelly.  The two had an infant son in 1997 born with a rare disease called Krabbe Leukodustrophy.  They founded the Hunter's Hope Foundation to help families with children who are fighting this disease.  Jill has also written several books, the newest of which is Etched...Upon My Heart.

Reading the description of the book, I am looking forward to the opportunity to read it:
Every Christian parent today wrestles with the challenge of how to raise kids in a God-honoring, morally sound way. In ETCHED . . . UPON MY HEART, Jill Kelly offers up the unforgettable episodes of her life-some sorrowful, others filled with joy-as a "living epistle" to her daughters. For the many other Christian mothers who also long to pass on their hard-won knowledge of God's steadfast love and healing grace to their children, Kelly's down-to-earth reflections provide an inspiring example.

As she writes, "God will break our hearts, but He will hold the pieces. He will cradle us and redeem every tear we cry." Although great personal pain-her young son Hunter's death, her husband's infidelity-informs these pages, Kelly's story is ultimately one of forgiveness, reconciliation, and hope. Through the moments in time that Jill Kelly recounts, readers will recognize the daily reality and eternal value of God's plan for their own lives.

The book is released today.  You can read more about it on Jill's website.  OR you can check out Jill's Facebook page.

Check back soon for a review and chance to win this new book!

Leah Courtney / Author & Editor

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