Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child

Alan McCarter

4 Stars

January 30, 2016

Some time ago, I read Nick Vujicic's Love Without Limits: A Remarkable Story of True Love Conquering All.  It's an amazing book in its own right, and part of Nick's account there is the love of his parents and its strength in his life.

I was over-joyed, then, to discover his dad's account of that love in Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child:  Facing Challenges with Strength, Courage and Hope.  It's another amazing book that develops a deeply faithful and joyfully hopeful account of parenting for those whose children present "challenges" (such as our culture would call them).  The clear message of the book?  Become an advocate for your child, because it's in that advocacy that love is revived and thrives.

I received a free copy of this book as part of the Blogging for Books program in exchange for my honest review here.