"I feel incredibly privileged to have been part of this journey, and trust that you will find this story immensely thought provoking, up-lifting and, indeed, truly inspirational."
Mark Brougham, Consultant Paediatric Oncologist, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh
"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
How would you feel if you were told your firstborn son was born with a rare cancer? How would you feel if you were told, after weeks of treatment and hopeful signs, that the cancer was incurable and he was going to die? How would you feel as he died in your arms on Christmas Day? Andy and Jennifer tell us exactly how it felt. This book is searingly honest. It does not disguise the pain and the heartbreak. But it is also astonishingly full of faith and joy and hope. And through it all little Oliver still smiles and will break your heart as you read his story.
Alex MacDonald, Minister of Buccleuch & Greyfriars Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh
"Love pervades every page, the reality and comfort of knowing God's presence, grace and peace in even the most tragic circumstances of life are affirmed and the incredible faith expressed by his Christian parents in both their words and actions throughout bring honour and glory to the Lord they both love and trust."
Kevan Leckie, Church in Community Advisor for Tearfund Scotland
"a beautifully written, moving and thought-provoking testimony to authentic Christian commitment amidst the harsh realities of a broken world."
Andy Bathgate, Chief Executive, Scripture Union, Scotland.
"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".