When Molly Ann Mutz was born, she didn't cry for four minutes. The silence was deafening and heralded the beginning of an end.
Or so the world might tell the Rainey and Mutz families, who had gathered to celebrate little Molly's life. Instead they met bad news with faith, learned how to enter into grief, pulled together when tragedy threatened to pull them apart, celebrated the moments and memories, and listened for the hope of Heaven.
Intimately and powerfully told by Molly's mother (Rebecca Rainey Mutz) and grandmother (Barbara Rainey), this is the inspirational story of how two families heard not silence, but beauty and hope. This is the story of how even the tiniest, most fragile life plays into Gods greater work.
If you listen to the refrain of Molly's life, you will hear your own, created and loved by the Master who lifts us from darkness and transports us into an everlasting song.
By: Barbara Rainey & Rebecca Rainey Mutz/FamilyLife/2009/180 page