Amy Beth Pederson learned the hard way that the only way to work through stress, frustration, and sorrow is to trust that God is guiding and giving us answers even when we don’t feel it, even when we can’t see it. The Apple of My Eye is a five-year compilation of posts Amy wrote from the day of her husband’s eye cancer diagnosis to the day of his passing at 46 years of age.
Amy’s illuminating, heartfelt account will inspire you to:
• Live one day at a time.
• Live with no regrets.
• Have faith as small as a mustard seed.
- bev desalvo, author of return to joy
Amy Chose god in her darkest hour
and is now sharing her story
to bring glory to him."
"Instead of living in
sorrow and letting her
pain be wasted,
singer, songwriter, speaker
"The Apple of My Eye is as joyful and inspiring as it is painful and heart-wrenching. It poses questions that don't have clear answers, except that there is always hope."
There is always
- Julie Barnhill, author, speaker
and unforgettable story of walking out life
with the one you love in the face of an
incredibly rare medical diagnosis."
is an offering of keen insight,
"the apple of my eye
- kris camealy, author of
everything is yours: how giving god
your whole heart changes
your whole life
an up-close look
at an impossible journey."
"amy has given us
"Amy's emotional authenticity allows us to not just read her words, but to feel her journey in our hearts."
Beauty in the
- Tara Dickson, podcaster at seek and savor
and the ever-present hope you find while walking a loved one through cancer."
the behind the scenes,
"The Apple of my eye
will open your eyes
to the struggle,