Q: What makes your book different than any other books similar to yours that are in circulation today?
A: There are lots of books that offer good, solid advice for how to grieve well and how to respond to pain. This book doesn't do that. Instead, it seeks to provide an overall framework through which you can view the difficulties of life. This book is also, I hope, very sensitively written and not meant to be a sterile attempt to reconcile the problems of good and evil in the worlds. It's written from the perspective of someone who has been there and seen these things first hand.
Q: How does the book intertwine with God's call on your life and how you are currently serving Him?
A: Almost every week we have the chance to visit someone who has cancer, is losing a loved one, or going through a time of difficulty. The stuff of the book are some of the ways we have seen the Lord minister to us during our own experience with childhood cancer. I hope that the book, for others, will be a great chance to hand something sensitively written to people who are experiencing difficulty.