Pieces of Glass: A Moment of Tragedy, a Lifetime of Faith - eBook  -     By: Sarah Kay
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Pieces of Glass: A Moment of Tragedy, a Lifetime of Faith - eBook

Zondervan / 2009 / ePub

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Pieces of Glass is the poignant, deeply personal chronicle of a young woman's journey through grief. With eloquence and relentless honesty, author Sarah Kay shares the emotional ebb and flow of her own heart and spirit. In so doing she reassures, comforts, and encourages us all. Paperback.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Zondervan
Publication Date: 2009
ISBN: 9780310866633
ISBN-13: 9780310866633
UPC: 025986866631
Availability: In Stock

Publisher's Description

Sometimes joy and grief are separated by mere moments. A last-minute run down a ski slope … a catastrophic accident … and an amazing young man is reduced to a comatose form in a hospital bed. His adoring fiancée remains to weep, pray, grieve, rage, and struggle with the jagged trauma of suffering and loss. Some questions have no answers. Some things in life just don’t make sense---including God. And yet … There is God. There is a deeper, more real faith that roots in the wasteland. There is a promise that comforts, and there is hope, and there is life. Pieces of Glass is the poignant, deeply personal chronicle of a young woman’s journey through grief. With eloquence and relentless honesty, author Sarah Kay shares the emotional ebb and flow of her own heart and spirit---and in so doing, reassures, comforts, and encourages us all.

Author Bio

Sarah Kay experienced her faith in extraordinary and exotic ways in Africa and Europe as the child of missionary parents. Graduating from Wheaton College in 2002 with a degree in Cross-Cultural Communications, she fell in love with narratives and the power of story. Sarah Kay and her husband, Nate, live in Iowa with their dog, Angel.

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