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Comparing Notes: a Bible study exploring God's presence in life's trials Paperback – May 8, 2009
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About the Author
Alane Pearce is a speaker and author with a heart for women who hurt from grief and loss through all kinds of trials. Her memoir, Notes from the Margins: Healing Conversations with God which will be published in 2009, chronicles the conversations she and God shared while Alane was suffering the loss of her first-born son and additional miscarriages. Those conversations, chronicled in the margins of her Bible, provided a path for healing and growth that she shares with women all over the nation. Comparing Notes is a Bible study companion piece to the forthcoming Notes from the Margins. Alane is a military spouse and resides in Colorado Springs with her wonderful husband, son and dog.
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Comparing Notes, the Bible study companion to the author's book Notes from the Margins, is Alane's offering to those who have faced trials or may be neck-deep in them now. Validated by excerpts from her own heart-wrenching story of pain and loss, this Bible study has emerged from someone who has been in the depths and survived to turn unspeakable pain into a message of hope. Sprinkled with biblical promises, it bears the approval of a loving God who wants so much to hold and heal those who are hurting. Comparing Notes is sure to point individuals and groups alike to the hope and help that Alane has experienced herself. Though it is written by a woman for women, men may benefit from it as well. I know because I am a man, and Alane's story has touched me, too.