Shifting Sands

Shifting Sands
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Publisher : Tate Publishing
Total Pages : 112
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ISBN-10 : 9781615669769
ISBN-13 : 1615669760
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Book Synopsis Shifting Sands by : Tonya Markham

Download or read book Shifting Sands written by Tonya Markham and published by Tate Publishing. This book was released on 2010-07 with total page 112 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Tonya Markham spent much of her childhood never knowing that God had eternal love for her all along. The victim of early abuse and the product of a military family, Tonya got used to moving from place to place and never really feeling at home. Through her tumultuous childhood and adolescence her quest to find herself was marred by confusion and disappointment. Burned twice in love and struggling to provide for herself and her children, adult Tonya thought she had hit rock bottom. But through small steps of faith and the true grit of a new believer, she was able to overcome adversity and learn to live a fulfilling life in Christ. Now readers can experience the same healing through Tonya's story, and learn to live a life on sturdy ground. I know God puts people into our lives for specific reasons. For me, Tonya is proof of that. She has been a saving grace to me. With her encouragement, support, and strong foundation in faith, has helped with the growth of my own relationship in Christ. She is truly a blessing from God. The impact on Tonya from her experiences in life shows how we learn to trust God's path for us. Her life is inspiring to me and I know it will be inspiring to others who read this book. —Roxanne Crockett


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