Despite her success as an author, Ann Voskamp’s life hasn’t changed much—she still lives on an 800-acre farm in rural Canada with her husband, 650 pigs, and five of their seven children. Five years after the publication of One Thousand Gifts (Zondervan), which sold 1 million copies, her follow-up The Broken Way releases next month. It addresses brokenness that she says, “like all ancient truths, is paradoxical. There is a detrimental brokenness that impedes wholeness and holistic flourishing, and there is a deeply beneficial brokenness that includes humility, vulnerability…”

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