View all results
Love OliverThe Story of a Short but Inspirational Little Life

Love Oliver

The Story of a Short but Inspirational Little Life

Andy Gill and Jennifer Gill
  • £7.99
Buy 10 and save 20% (£6.39 / book)
Buy 20 and save 25% (£5.99 / book)
Buy 35 and save 40% (£4.79 / book)

Description

Andy and Jennifer Gill from Fife in Scotland tell the story of their "gorgeous boy" Oliver who was with them for five and half months from July 10th to Christmas Day 2010. In his short life he had gathered 2400 friends on Facebook alone.
Oliver was born with a rare and an aggressive form of cancer - Congenital Rhabdoid Tumour yet he bravely faced this cancer with a gorgeous smile. For his mum and dad, family and friends this was indeed a deeply traumatic time but also it brought many blessings as so many people of all ages from across the world prayed. Not only that but Oliver made a lasting impression on people through his courage. This book follows the journey of the joys and the sorrows recognising that there is an all-powerful and loving God who is in control, even in such circumstances.

Andy Gill

About Andy Gill

Andy and Jennifer Gill have set up LoveOliver to help make difference to other families affected by cancer.

Jennifer Gill

About Jennifer Gill

Specifications

  • Authors: Andy Gill and Jennifer Gill
  • Release Date: November 2012
  • Pages: 128
  • Format: Trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 198 x 130
  • ISBN: 9781845508074
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: History & Biography > Biography > Biography & Autobiography
  • Series: Biography

Endorsements

"It was, and still is, a source of amazement at how well Andy and Jennifer managed during those difficult months. They are a testimony to the sustaining grace of God, and my hope is that others will be encouraged, helped and supported as they share 'Love Oliver'."

David Robertson, Well–known pastor and apologist

"Andy and Jennifer have faced their worst nightmare. They lost their beautiful son Oliver to cancer before he was six months old. Here they open their hearts about the passion with which they fought for Oliver's life. They also speak with compelling honesty about the nightmare of losing their darling, little boy. This book communicates the wisdom, humour, courage and love with which they faced these battles. Above all this is a book about holding onto hope when our dreams are shattered. That makes it a great book".

Neil MacMillan, Mission Development Officer, Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh
Read more

Select shipping destination

UK USA & Canada Rest of World