Book Review: In Capable Arms

book by Sarah Kovac
In Capable Arms
Living a Life Embraced by Grace 

What if real authentic perfection looked like... imperfection? Sarah Kovac is a beautiful young wife and mother - and her arms don't work. Born with a rare congenital birth defect that left her with harms that she can barely use, Sarah adapted to her disability and learned to use her feet as her hands. But growing up different was hard and Sarah struggled not just with her physical challenges but with the loneliness frustration and heartache of never being perfect. When she decided to share her struggle in a video, Sarah found a world of people who related and wanted to share their struggles with her. 

In Capable Arms gives readers a chance to find peace with an imperfect life in an imperfect world. Sarah's story challenges us with questions about self worth and fear then offers guidance wisdom and inspiration for finding hope and healing in the arms of the One who loves no matter what.

Sarah Kovac's story of living with Athrogryposis Multiplex Congenita (AMC) has garnered national media attention and inspired thousands with a message of hope and love. A wife and mother, Sarah shares her personal hourney of self acceptance with audiences at churches and organizations across the country. Sarah and her family live in St. Joseph, Missouri.

This story reminds me very much of the story of Limitless by Nick Vujicic who despite the odds manages to flourish, while missing something very important. On a more relatable scale, In Capable Arms shows you the same thing about Sarah Kovac about what you really need to have. I think you'll find reading this book very inspirational. If you liked 40 Days of Grace  you'll love reading this book.
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