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Choose Joy: Finding Hope and Purpose When Life Hurts Hardcover – January 5, 2016
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Sara never stopped choosing joy--and her life never stops inspiring me to do the same.
―Ann Voskamp, author of New York Times bestseller One Thousand Gifts
Sara was one of the kindest, most generous souls I've ever known...This book [is] chock-full of her spunk, zest, and grace-filled wisdom.―Lysa TerKeurst, author of New York Times best seller, Made to Crave
[Sara's] story only grew louder, bolder, braver with her death. It's a story that we all need to keep hearing.―Lisa-Jo Baker, bestselling author of Surprised by Motherhood
[Sara's] words, faith, and joy still echo in my heart...All of us need Sara's message of resilience and hope in a hard world.―Holley Gerth, bestselling author of You're Going to Be Okay
This isn't a story about dying. It's a story about living.―Liz Curtis Higgs, New York Times bestselling author
About the Author
SARA FRANKL entered into the arms of Jesus on September 24, 2011, but her legacy of Choosing Joy lives on. Sara's writing tells about her commitment to embracing the life God had planned. Her illness stripped her of the potential for a job and family, but that didn't stop Sara from chasing down community. You can read Sara's story on her blog, www.gitzengirl.blogspot.com. To assist in continuing Sara's discipleship, visit www.choosejoyfoundation.com.
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Sara suffered from a painful, terminal disease resulting from a car accident that daily robbed her of what we all take for granted as our right to enjoy. With each last time experience of some small piece of life Sara never said I want to give up, instead she wanted to share and remind She was loved by all and the words she decided to share on her blog are brought to life in a moving book by Mary Carver who knew Sara and made an effort to tell the world about how much more there is to your existence than looking for more than the gifts you have been given. Take the talent you have been blessed with and blossom where you bloom while you enjoy the love and life you have been given.
Even as I write this review I am reminded of passages in the book that she wrote and it brings tears to my eyes as Sara reminded me of how important faith, family, and life is every day and how it should never be taken for granted and thanking God is always a good place to start.
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