"As Good As She Imagined" ~ A book reviewBy Becky Capps (Boopaints) on November 15, 2011
|Out of the Tucson tragedy on January 8, 2011, came heartache, anger, frustration, devastation and a mixture of many other emotions. But it also brought inspiration in the form of a nine year old girl named Christina-Taylor Green who was one of the six people killed that horrible day.|
On January 8, 2011, Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords met with Tucsonians at a political rally at a Safeway store. Dozens of people were shot and six people were killed by a lone, hateful shooter . Nine year old Christina-Taylor Green was one of those instantly killed. "As Good As She Imagined" is a moving and inspirational book about this remarkable child's life.
|As good as she imagined, Christina-Taylor Green, Gabrielle Giffords, Jerry B. Jenkins, Roxanne Green, Tucson tragedy|
|Over the past eight years, I've learned that the things that seem so important are fleeting and to trust God completely with my life is what really brings me joy, peace and contentment. I love bringing the written word and images together as a way of reminding us all to lean on God and not ourselves. My favorite verses are Proverbs 3: 5-6, Jeremiah 29:11 and Matthew 6: 25-27.|
"Christ followers shouldn't be stuffy, boring or rude . . . but purposefully embrace life and live like Jesus did: with joy, love and compassion".
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