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Book Review: A Family Shaped by Grace by Gary Morland

Book Title: A Family Shaped by Grace: How to Get Along with the People Who Matter Most
Author: Gary Morland.
Genre: Nonfiction, Family, Christianity, Relationships, Grace
My Rating: ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

"Your family is designed to be a place of honest vulnerability without rejection. Disagreements without anger. Foolish mistakes without embarrassment. Failure without shame. The place where they know you best yet love you most. An encouraging place to launch and a soft place to land." (p. 123)

A Family Shaped by Grace is not only a reminder of the importance of family relationships and how they affect every aspect of our lives but also a practical guide to cultivating those relationships to be stronger. We all desire for our families to be a haven where we will be loved for who we are. But sometimes those relationships become strained or broken. How can we fix them? 
Gary gives us practical tools we can apply to restore and fortify our family relationships. He explains some of the wrong tactics…

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