Karin Larsen Ford’s New Book ‘Be Still’ is a Riveting Memoir of a Life Beset With Tragedy of a Woman Finding Strength in the Arms of Jesus

Fulton Books author Karin Larsen Ford, a retired dental hygienist who currently resides in St. George, Utah, has completed her most recent book “Be Still”: a painful personal account about a woman’s resilience and faith. It is an emotional piece that deals with tragedy and grief. However, despite the numbing pain that the unthinkable tragedy has caused, the author’s journey just showed how deep Christ’s love for each and every one is. This is a story that shows no matter how heavy the burden, Christ will be able to lighten it.

Ford shares, “Covid-19 came on suddenly and caused lives throughout the world to change dramatically. It was not a pandemic that robbed me of the beloved husband of my youth, the father of my children. It was a tragic plane crash. Along with him on that fateful June day in 1982 were our two youngest children. As impossible as it is to imagine, it happened yet again thirty-four years later. This time it was my adult son and my teenage grandson, along with a teenage friend.

When I wondered, so many years ago, if I could ever again be truly happy, my elder brother, Jesus Christ, guided my way to true joy. This is my story.”

Published by Fulton Books, Karin Larsen Ford’s book is a true-to-life story that encourages everyone to enjoy life while it lasts; to create beautiful memories with family and loved ones as long as they’re still physically present.

This book aims to offer comfort to those who are dealing with the pain of losing a loved one, as well as inspire them to let everything be and be still—because God always has their back.

Readers who wish to experience this awe-inspiring work can purchase “Be Still” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books