A Good and Perfect Gift revisited

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to talk with Tony Rossi about A Good and Perfect Gift. He has posted the interview on his blog, Christopher Closeup. It includes a link to our conversation as well as transcribed excerpts to questions that range from the practical:

“In today’s world, what does a diagnosis of Down syndrome mean for a child’s health and prospects for life? Is it different for everyone or are there common denominators?”

to the personal:

“In retrospect, would you consider your perfectionism a stumbling block to a deeper relationship with God all those years?

to the profound:

“How has embracing what you first saw as a cross become a blessing for you and Peter individually and as a couple?”

Click here to read and/or listen to the interview.


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About Amy Julia Becker

Amy Julia Becker writes and speaks about family, faith, disability, and culture. A graduate of Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary, she is the author of Penelope Ayers: A Memoir, A Good and Perfect Gift (Bethany House), and Why I Am Both Spiritual and Religious (Patheos Press).