I feel like I blogged announcing this was coming, but Katie Schuermann’s latest project is now for sale! He Restores My Soul is a collection of writings on cross and comfort with 14 chapters and 12 authors, edited by the keen mind and gentle tongue of awesome Mrs. Katie Schuermann. Get it! Stock your family, church, and public library! 🙂 I know I’m looking forward to reading it when I get the chance.
Tag Archives: chronic illness
There are life lessons I prefer to learn by reading. I’m very thankful for much that I have read. On the other hand, I wish I could find a few books so I could better understand situations like chronic illness and sudden drastic diagnoses. Not because I need to learn how to react, show sympathy, or support, but . . . what I sometimes need to grapple with is the ongoing situation. That that which is mundane can also be extraordinary-yet-hidden.
Another idea to share: this one on invisible struggles and theological considerations. Now, usually I’d sit on this one, because it has real appeal for me. Sadly, I’m just not writing. I need to focus on our kids—and the current lung plague sweeping through our house. People with invisible struggles are particularly likely to be overlooked and treated overly simply, even though the Church is particularly equipped to speak in love and understanding.