Some of the best stories to read are those that were not pleasant to experience. Losing AJ is a book that reveals the story of an honest journey. And, while revealing, the pages invite us to notice our own stories, our own tension, our own pain. To be able to present such a drama, Adam needed to face the realities of his own disappointments. He has. And he has faced them without escaping or denying; he has faced them while crying, while praying, while wanting, while grieving. He has faced them with God. His story lets us gaze into his pain. While observing, we just might begin noticing our own. And we might begin noticing God in a new way. As Adam writes, “This book will encourage you to search out help and realize that you are not admitting that you are weak in doing so. You are admitting that you are human. You are worth saving.” I invite you to welcome this story. Visit the storm. Notice the wounds. The valley of the shadow of death isn’t just a line from Psalm 23. It is life. It is story. But not the end of a story, just a portion in the journey toward healing. And those stories are worth saving. – See more at: https://www.truepotentialmedia.com/adam-shinn/#sthash.uUmqvwdf.dpuf
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