Breaking Through Thick and Thin: Finding Myself to Be Beautiful, No Matter What

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AuthorHouse, May 11, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 144 pages
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Breaking Through Thick and Thin is an inspirational story about how one can overcome addictions, no matter how bound they may be. It includes journal excerpts, poetry, short stories, and many inspirational words of encouragement. This book provides hope to the lost, and nourishment to the hungry with words that come straight from the mouth of God. Breaking through an alcohol addiction, eating disorder, and other agonizing addictions is simple with the help of loved ones, and of course our First Love Himself, Jesus Christ.
 

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Contents

Scripts from Within
21
Written Upon My Heart Poems from
53
Peacefully Sound Revelation
119
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Caroline Marceau is a young author who has a heart for her readers and holds nothing back in her writing. Overcoming addictions and battling through the many trials and tribulations of life is what gives Marceau the drive to tell her audience there is hope. She has a passion for the weak, and a dream to see them overcome whatever it may be that holds them back. After being saved by the words of her testimony and the blood of the Lamb, Marceau delights in telling just what God can do. Throughout Highschool and her freshman year at Winona State University, Marceau remembers nothing but trying to fit in. She struggled with an eating disorder for over 4 years, which eventually led to alcoholism. She went to Teen Challenge, in Brooklyn, New York, where she was delivered from her life of destruction. After being woken up in the city that never sleeps, she is now determined to see her readers do the same. She is now chasing after her dreams, pursuing the Media Culture and Arts program at The Kings College in New York City. She wishes to bring glory to God by using her gifts to speak and write wherever God may lead. She also wishes to become a Missionary someday, wherever God may call her. Determined to keep breaking through the thick and thin and find herself in Christ, Marceau shares her words of inspiration and genuine love, so that her audience may as well.

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