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Paint Chips by Susie Finkbeiner
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it was amazing

Susie Finkbeiner writes Paint Chips with poise and courage. The stories of Dot and Cora will simultaneously break and encourage you as they work through unimaginable suffering towards beautiful healing.

Paint Chips exposes the brutal realities of abuse and exploitation in our world. It is not a book to be taken lightly. Finkbeiner displays an astounding capacity to write in a way that speaks to the heart. She tears away the facade of perfection and completion, and let's the reader dwell in the rawness of the ways we wound each other. But this story is not without hope. An authentic process of redemption is at work in the pages of this book, and can open up the messy way of Jesus to us all.
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March 27, 2013 – Shelved
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