I Grew Up Little: Finding Hope in a Big God

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, Mar 15, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 168 pages
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A rebellious teenager Patsy became a high school dropout, a bride at 17, and a parent at 20. Soon she became a terrified vicitim ofagoraphobia and became a prisoner in her own home. Lost in the shadowy darkness of depression, there was little hope for this woman to reemerge into the light, much less excel at life. But reemerge she did. Excel she has. And how!

Standing five feet even, popular speaker, author, and humorist Patsy Clairmont laughingly says, "I grew up little," But this petite body houses a gigantic, courageous heart. And this amazing little woman evokes gales of laughter and joy from hundreds of thousands of women every year as she literally dominates the massive stages of Women of Faith(r) conferences.


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Great book !

User Review  - Vicky - Christianbook.com

Patsy Clairmont is an amazing writer - she writes straight from her heart and makes her books enjoyable, yet very meaningful. This is a really great book, I enjoyed it. After seeing Patsy Clairmont at ... Read full review

It's a must read!

User Review  - lancaster2peabody - Christianbook.com

I am not a "reader," but Patsy's story kept me going from start to finish! It's a great testimony of God and his power when we relinquish our lives over to Him. I commend Patsy for opening up and sharing her struggles and praise God for guiding her through them. Read full review


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She resides in Michigan & California with her husband, Les.

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