Kim Vogel Sawyer the author of Ours for a Season is known as the author of “gentle stories of hope.” Her newest book offers much hope to those who most need it–the homeless, those who have been abused and used by others, and those who need to learn to forgive–themselves and others.
Marty and Anthony Hirschler, the Mennonite heroine and hero of the book, are childless, and Marty has let that condition drive a wedge between her and her husband and between her and God. But God is still in control and uses many people and events to draw her back to His loving arms as well as rekindling a love for her husband and her God.
There are some not-so-gentle situations in this book, but the author handles them very well and grows her characters through these experiences with the other characters in the book.
This book also shows Marty going thru the ordeal of cancer and its treatments as she nurses her best childhood friend through it. This book shows how God can stretch people for their own good and His glory–a book you don’t want to miss!
I received this book from the publisher for an honest review which did not affect my opinion at all.
Kim Vogel Sawyer
Award-winning, bestselling author Kim Vogel Sawyer wears many hats. As a wife, mother, grandmother, song-singer, cat-petter, and active participant in her church’s music and women’s ministries, her life is happily full. But her passion lies in penning stories that share the hope we can all possess when we place our lives in God’s capable hands. She and her retired military hubby live on the beautiful plains of Kansas, the setting for many of Kim’s books. In her free time, she enjoys quilting, traveling with “The Hubs,” and spoiling her quiverful of granddarlings.