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A Perennial Life: Finding purpose in every season

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Every soul longs for purpose and new life. But when we’re in the midst of a cold, dark winter with no hope on the horizon, it can feel like life is futile and spring will never come.

Broken dreams, loss, addiction, betrayal, fears, guilt, and haunting reminders of our past can overwhelm our souls. We dream of a day when we can break free from the bondage and silence the t
Kindle Edition, 109 pages
Published April 20th 2016 by Tammy Borden
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Feb 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Much more in-depth and rewarding than expected. I have to admit I was initially biased: So many “my story” books by Christian women are written TO women, and often portray God as the big, snuggly stuffed-animal-come-to-life who daily sends us chocolates and rainbows. NOT THIS ONE! Instead, I found myself reaching for the hi-lighter and looking up verses that I “knew” but hadn’t THOUGHT about as deeply as the Author. Tammy gets brutally honest about past hurts and struggles, but offers sound, Scr ...more
Apr 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing

Tammy has written an extraordinary story of a life full of trials and tribulations that are easy for many of us to identify with and woven it with tales of a strong yet struggling faith. I found myself feeling sad as I watched the end of the book grow near and wanting to know more! This was a quick, easy-flowing, but still thought provoking, and possibly Iife changing book.
Sep 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
What if I fail? Oh my darling, what if you fly?

Compelling illustrations from natural beauties around us! Spoke into my life in many ways. Thank you for finishing the book.
Jennie Owens
Jun 01, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I loved Tammy's openness and transparency throughout the book. She shares deep topics in such a way that you feel as though you're wading into the waters with her. She shares triumphs and struggles in such a relatable way that you connect with her and her story, whether or not you've struggled in the same way, because she presents the deeper, universal struggles we all face. The way she talked about the issues really spoke to me, and many of the analogies she used gave me "Aha!" moments. I loved ...more
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