Sacred Love

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A Journey of singleness, belonging, and finding true love.

Outwardly, Claudia Cantrell was a successful, independent career woman. Inwardly, she longed for more―security, a sense of belonging, and love. She wanted a happily ever after. Sacred Love is the heartfelt love story of a broken woman who found extraordinary victory over loneliness, insecurity, rejection, and bad decisions. Overwhelmed by her circumstances, Claudia came to a crisis of belief―she must totally surrender the pain of her past to God or forever live defeated. In choosing surrender, she ultimately began to live life abundantly―through Jesus Christ. A candid and hopeful memoir, Sacred Love will compel you to begin walking on your own path toward acceptance and restoration. God wants to lead you into your happily ever after―one where He, the Prince of Peace, is your true love.

Details

Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: New Hope Publishers (December 6, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1625915144
ISBN-13: 978-1625915146
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces 

About the Author

Claudia Cantrell was a successful, independent career woman who was also lonely, single, and heartbroken. Now, she is a successful, independent career woman and one who lives life abundantly in Christ. Her extraordinary journey of victory is shared in her memoir Sacred Love. Working on a medical missions trip, God surprised Claudia with another gift―a family. After 54 years of singleness, Claudia married David and became stepmother to Katie. A physician assistant program graduate of Duke University, Claudia enjoys interior design, speaking to women’s groups, traveling, baking, and spoiling her Scottish terrier, Beauregard. She and her family now live happily ever after in Kennesaw, Georgia. Kim P. Davis is an author, ghostwriter, and editor who has written or edited books such as Voices of the Faithful, My Life His Mission, Both Feet In, A Thousand Times Yes, and others. As a graduate of the University of Georgia, she has used her journalism degree to write literally throughout the world, since she and her husband served 13 years as missionaries with the International Mission Board. They now reside in Richmond, Virginia. Kim loves being a wife, mother, and now grandmother!