Diamonds in the Garbage

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Xulon Press, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 146 pages
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"It all started with a moment of panic, the sinking feeling that comes with the loss of a valuable item. But the priceless gem recovered that day was an idea: I am worth the work, even if it means getting my hands dirty. Sara urges us to push aside the garbage to uncover our own diamonds: lives filled with purpose, restoration, and faith! Travel with Sara through her joys, heartaches, challenges, losses, and most of all, her faith and trust in Jesus Christ. Many women search for emotional healing, a meaningful relationship, or a warm, supportive friend. Sara shares stories that resonate with any woman's life, and invites readers on a journey to become an exquisite gem in the Lord's Kingdom. Sara's personal stories of love, faith, grief, and family span a lifetime of emotions and seasons of self-contemplation. At the end of each chapter, you will find small, simple steps you can take to rid yourself of your own garbage and polish your inner diamond." -- publisher.
 

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Contents

Introduction
ix
Dreams and Grocery Stores
27
The Quilt Called Friendship
42
Forested Back Roads and Mud Puddles
57
The Cross and the Good News
70
Whats Your Mission?
90
Jewels in Grandmas Crown
105
Afterword
141
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