I read this book on my kindle first and then decided to buy it for my wife. We both enjoyed it very very much. This book contains wisdom and empowerment for married couples. We like the openness, frank, and forthrightness of Joni and Ken. May God continue to bless Joni and Ken and give them more years of ministry together.
Having experienced major illness myself, I can imagine how difficult this was for Joni. But, God intervenes when we put our trust in him. He has not failed me yet, and I know Ken and Joni would say the same.
This book is now circulating around our church. We always share our favorite books with one another. Our pastor and his wife were both touched by it. We agree that you have to keep reading once you begin.
I have always been a fan of Joni since her first book. I was aware of her bout with breast cancer in 2010 and prayed for her as she went through that deep trial. As I read this book, I appreciated how she and Ken are so transparent about the joys and struggles of their marriage, and their deepening relationship with the Lord and each other through the gift of cancer. I could relate to her cancer story so much, because in 2011, I was also given the gift of breast cancer. Our diagnosis and treatments matched, even down to the names of the chemo drugs! I don't know that I have as dramatic a story to tell as they do, but I completely agree that God can be glorified and bring good out of a journey through cancer. I cried several times while reading this book. It is a wonderful book and I highly recommend it.
The only problem I had with the book is that I purchased it as an e-copy, and it was not formatted for my Kindle. I had to read it on my computer. If I had known it was not compatible with my Kindle, I would have purchased the print book.