By Christina Schofield
Chosen, $12.99, 154 pages
Christina Schofield writes a journey of faith and her struggle with God in her new book, My Life and Lesser Catastrophes. From the day her husband becomes paralyzed by a motorcycle accident, Christina tells the story of a new life with a quadriplegic and a three year old at home.
Hitting a balance of humor and seriousness, this book tries to pull people of all faiths together. Christina’s devotion to God through her darkest moments after the accident strikes a chord with any audience, because of her lighthearted humor. Even the author goes through rough moments, “am I right about God?” Relatable to anyone struggling with the trials of family or friends, My Life and Lesser Catastrophes becomes a humbling read.
Reviewed by Liz Friedman