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Just Show Up: The Dance of Walking through Suffering Together Paperback – October 1, 2015
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About the Author
Jill Lynn Buteyn is the author of Falling for Texas, an inspirational novel, and a recipient of the ACFW Genesis Award for her fiction work. She has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Bethel University. Jill lives near the beautiful Rocky Mountains with her husband and two children. Connect with her on social media and at Jill-Lynn.com.
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Kara’s words sit heavy on the reader’s heart because we know the final chapter of her story here on earth. Yet we are drawn into her telling in this book because we understand she used her precious time to impart the importance of “the ministry of presence—simply showing up and being there for someone.” (page 73)
Jill does a beautiful job of carrying the mantle handed down by Kara to make sure her message of showing up in the midst of hard is not only read, but planted into the heart of the reader to grow their own community.
Kuddos to publisher, David C. Cook, for seamlessly joining the telling of the dance of these two friends learning to show up and live well by giving and receiving the presence of friendship.
I recommend this book for anyone who is thinking of or going to enter in with someone who is suffering. I have not regrets at entering in with my now friend. I hoped to bless, and find that I am also blessed by being in the journey with my friend.