Saturday, October 25, 2014

Too Loved to be Lost by Debora M. Coty

Do you need some encouragement? Do you need a new "herspective" on life?

Through personal stories and anecdotes, Coty permeates this book with encouragement. Whether you need to know you are cherished by God, need to overcome depression, or have hidden hurts that need healing, you'll find encouragement in this book.

Sometimes her stories are laugh out loud funny. Sometimes they are so serious you'll want to weep. But each one has an encouraging lesson that comes through loud and clear. She shows how God is the lifter of your head, how to get Scripture to reside in your brain, how to recognize everyday mini-miracles, and how to BARF when things go bad (you've got to read the book). She deals with brokenness, discernment, burnout, control, getting refreshed, and much more. She adds questions at the end of each chapter that are great for reflection or discussion within a trusted group.

Coty has a way with words. I mean, have you ever measured yourself on the grumplitude barometer? And, “Forgiveness is like losing weight.” (You've got to read the book.) She is great at wrapping nuggets of truth in the gift-wrap of humor.

If you need to insert some joy into your life, this book is for you. If you need to be reminded of the relentless love of God toward you, this book is for you. If you feel lost in the mess of your life, this book is for you.

You can go to to watch some videos and read her blog, “Living Life in the Crazy Lane.”
I am taking part in a blog tour and you can read other reviews here.

Debora M. Coty is a popular speaker, award winning author, and long time Bible student. She serves in the children's ministry in her church, is an orthopedic occupational therapist, and writing workshop instructor. She and her husband are the parents of two married children and one adorable grandchild and live in central Florida. Find out more at

Barbour Publishing, 224 pages. You can purchase a copy here.

I received a complimentary egalley of this book through the Litfuse Publicity Group for the purpose of an independent and honest review.

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