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Weeks after serving on her high school's homecoming court, while doctors operated to remove the brain tumor that was killing her, Tiffany suffered a paralyzing stroke. In the nick of a scalpel she lost her beauty and most of her physical ability. Returning to high school in a wheelchair, head half-shaved and face distorted, Tiffany vowed to be normal and live the dream.
And for a season, she did. But just when the fairytale was within reach, God surprised Tiffany. Wooing her heart, God convinced her that there was something even better in store for her. And He has something better in store for you, too.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Shiloh Run Press
Publication Date: 2017
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Like a lot of young women, Tiffany Smiling had been assured that the path to fulfillment looked like the one shed seen in her favorite movies: Shed be swept away by a soul mate, live in a southern estate, and start a family.
But Tiffanys story unfolded quite differently.
Weeks after serving on her high schools homecoming court, while doctors operated to remove the brain tumor that was killing her, Tiffany suffered a paralyzing stroke. In the nick of a scalpel she lost her beauty and most of her physical ability. Returning to high school in a wheelchair, head half-shaved and face distorted, Tiffany vowed to be normal and live the dream.
And for a season, she did.
But just when the fairytale was within reach, God surprised Tiffany. Wooing her heart, God convinced her that there was something even better in store for her.
. . .And He has something better in store for you, too.
Read Your Dream. God's Plan. and see how the Lord wants to use the broken pieces of your life for His greater plan for you.
Smiling's story will help you see the ways God is writing your own amazing storydesigned for His glory and your fulfillment.
Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tiffany attended Oklahoma State University. During the summer before her senior year, she opened her own Orange Leaf Yogurt franchise and subsequently opened one other local business. Today Tiffany is utilizing her entrepreneurial skills to grow the kingdom of God through orphan care.
As a co-founder of Project Orphans, twenty-seven-year-old Tiffany has opened orphan homes in Uganda, Guatemala, Brazil and Haiti.
Convinced that when Christians truly know Christ they will go and make Him known, Tiffany has recently founded With All My Heart, an organization to equip this generation to know Christ deeply through the study of His word and, as a result, to respond to Gods call to serve the world. The With All My Heart Foundation, currently building the Childrens Village for Orphans in Haiti, serves children and others living in poverty around the world.
Tiffany Smiling is calling her generation to partner with God in redeeming the world He loves.
Margots first book, The Girl in the Orange Dress: Searching for a Father Who Does Not Fail, won the Advanced Writers and Speakers Golden Scroll Award in 2011 for best nonfiction book of the year. Her fifth book, Not Who I Imagined: Surprised by a Loving God, was a finalist in the 2015 Selah Awards for Best Christian Living book.
Margot is a columnist for Todays Christian Woman and an advisor for Gifted for Leadership. Learn more at www.wordmelon.com.
"I couldnt put this book down! Tiffanys words are a gift of grace and conviction, and her stories stirred my heart and soul. Your Dream. Gods Plan. will leave you inspired to action and awash in abundant gratitude."
-Courtney Westlake, Author of A Different Beautiful
"Tiffany is one of the most inspirational, love-filled leaders Ive ever met. A walking miracle, whose trials and triumphs will teach you how to transform your perspective, priorities, and purpose. . .all for your betterment and those around you. A must-read for anyone looking to positively impact the world and live a real, authentic life of love!"
Jeff Ragan, Founder and CEO of KiZE Concepts Inc.
"The ability Tiffany has to run towards God and trust in Him after all she has been through is truly inspiring. Her fierce, gentle strength and motivating words will encourage, empower, and inspire anyone who has experienced deep pain, suffering, and hardships."
Joanna Waterfall, Founder of the Yellow Conference
"Your Dream. God's Plan is a powerful book that shows the greater purpose of our lives here on earth. A great foundation from our Christian parent is important, but our yes to God takes us to our highest achievement in this world. I was glued to this book until I finished reading it."
Yvrose Telford Ismael, Co-Founder of Hope House Haïti, Hope Tree of Life Ministries, and Recipient of William Jefferson Clinton Goodwill Award
"In Your Dream. Gods Plan., one of the most important questions in ones life is asked: Are you willing to release your dream and reach for His plan? You will find hardship, hope, and inspiration along the way through Smilings journey, helping you see that Gods plans are much greater and better than your own."
-L. J. Triplett, Past International President of Womens Ministry, Non-Profit Organization
"Tiffanys story, so beautifully related here, demonstrates her unique dedication and understanding, and her deep faith that together have enabled her to overcome limitations. She has reached that dream of becoming a "normal young adult" and much more. Her survival has been multiplied many times and her story is still unfolding as is her profound commitment and her abiding faith."
-Dr. Larry Kun, Executive Vice President and Clinical Director at St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital