Kara Tippetts, a wife and young mother, died recently. I didn't know her. Like many, though, I feel as if I did--from the words she shared in her book, on her blog and in her radio interviews.
Tippetts, 38, was a warrior. She lost a battle with breast cancer, but she claimed victory in a larger war, one on fear. She dared to suggest breast cancer could be a "great story," one that smacked of grace, and a chance to love and live better.