The stories in this volume are from a number of denominations of Christian and Jewish faith and are nicely divided into eleven different sections, including Find Faith Through Nature and Finding Faith through Loss. So anybody reading them could very well find a story or two they can relate to.
My favourite story was, You Are On My Road. It's about a school psychologist reaching out to a grieving student, who for the most part seemed like nothing was penetrating, no matter how long the psychologist talked or what she said. However, years later that student came back and told her: "I listened to every word you said that day. Thank you. God put you in the middle of my road, you know,"
To which the psychologist replied, "No, I think God put you on mine."
Well, and isn't that the truth? God sometimes puts people in our life for a special reason and in time we both realize, that we've have been blessed by the relationship.
In exchange for an honest review, Simon and Schuster Canada and Shelton Interactive have provided me with a complimentary copy of this book.