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Sarah’s Journey of Faith

Volume 1: Life and Conversion—A Thirty-Day Devotional

by Sarah Liu


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Softcover
$11.95
Hardcover
$28.95
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$3.99
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$11.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/25/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781490826196
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781490826219
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781490826202

About the Book

Life abounds with crises, disappointments, mundane routines, and some very joyful moments. Everything that happens has a cause. We often don’t take time to reflect on purposes, or we simply explain events away with simplistic explanations of either good or bad luck. Totally unaware of real causes behind life events, we easily move on to the next day, the next week, and the next year.

In a gentle way, Sarah Liu leads the reader on a walk through events from her childhood in China and shows the handprint of God on these vignettes of her life. As she reflects on what God accomplished through joys, crises, disappointments, and ordinary family life, she invites readers to reflect on their own life experiences to detect the hand of God. Her conviction that God selects and covers with grace regardless of man’s perceptions runs throughout her stories and provides encouragement and inspiring faith and trust.

This book provides encouragement for anyone praying for a loved one to come to God, but also provides rich inspiration for those with pressing questions about the meaning and purpose of life’s crises and disappointments. Parents, pastors, ministers, teachers, and leaders would be inspired by this devotional written from a genuine passion to explore God’s present action in life’s daily events.


About the Author

After her conversion, Sarah Liu became a traveling evangelist to the villages of South China; she was arrested three times and served in the notorious Laojiao labor camps. Following her release, she was sent by her house church to the US to be a voice for the persecuted Christians in China.