Fly a Little Higher

Fly a Little Higher: How God Answered a Mom’s Small Prayer in a Big Way
By Laura Sobiech / Thomas Nelson

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When Laura Sobiech learned her teenage son had cancer—and only one year to live—she prayed God would use him to touch somebody’s life. What she didn’t know was that God was planning to use Zach’s song “Clouds” to influence millions! Discover how this courageous, faithful teen lived each day to its fullest. Hardcover.

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Fly a Little Higher is a young boy’s journey with cancer detailing how he deals with it and how his family deal with itthroughout his teenager years until his last days. Throughout the years he keeps a sense of positivity and unselfishness within his behaviors and attitudes. He often thinks about those around him, while just wanting to live life and get on with his teenage years. The family as a whole has God as their center, which enables them to make it through  the hard times and difficult choices.

I found  this book to be very interesting and inspiring. It helped me see the big picture and how their is a greater purpose to our lives than just going through our daily routines. If a boy with a terminal disease can strive to make a difference in this world, why cannot those without diseases strive even higher to make a difference. I recommend this book.

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