The Healing Quilt : An Inspiring Read

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy for the sole purpose of this review. All opinions expressed are 100% mine. 


It seems like things happen for a reason, even though we question it is only until later that we find out why things occur when they do. Have you ever felt like that? That even though the situation is spiraling out of control you still have to trust in the master plant? If you ever felt like this, than you know what the characters in The Healing Quilt by Wanda E. Brunstetter are feeling. Here is a little bit about the book.

the healing quilt

Amish newlyweds Lamar and Emma seek warmer weather in Florida. They have moved there for the winter. Emma finds herself wishing for a purpose besides walking along the beach. She decided to start a quilting class. Wounded and hurting people tend to find the way to Emma’s class for quilting therapy. Her class consists of Jennifer (a pregnant new mom), Mike (a charter boat owner), Erika (wheelchair bound teen), Kim (a waitress), Noreen (a newly retires widow) and BJ (an artist who is seriously ill). Through the quilting class, God will use Emma and Lamar to heal these wounded hearts.

I will have to say that this is a wonderful uplifting book. That is perfect for all ages. The issues that are dealt with are those that we deal with in our everyday life. Who doesn’t remember what is what like when we were first starting out and wondering if things were ever going to work out. I will have to say that this book came to me at the right time and the right moment when I needed it the most. As most of you know my little family has had a really rough year from Gracie’s illness to the accident to other issues that I have yet to address here on the blog, but through it all I have learned that there is a purpose to all these struggles we are facing. It only makes you stronger in the end. So if you are looking for a book with an uplifting message about life than this is the book that you need to check out. And for a little while you can escape into another word where suddenly your problems don’t seem quite as big

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