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Beauty from Ashes: A Mormon’s Story of Divorce

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by: Jennifer Rebekah Hederlig
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Publication Date: December 23, 2013
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 406
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781620308301
$14.50

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Book Synopsis
Your white picket fence burned down . . .

No, your life isn’t over; it's beginning anew. A believer's view of life sometimes requires some reshaping. When catastrophe strikes in a marriage, it's difficult to know how to see your past, present, and future. Did you mistake personal revelation upon marrying this person? How will you decide what to do in a marriage when you see no good option? How could your life’s major expectations have gone so horribly wrong? Most importantly, what does the Lord expect of you now? The answers to these questions are hard-won for each person. But, the Lord will give them to you in time. No matter your situation or its outcome, your fidelity to God will bring you wisdom and peace.

This book represents one story of marriage, divorce, and the incredible blessings that the Lord can unfold in the lives of those who endeavor to follow Him.
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About The Author
Jennifer Rebekah Hederlig was born in the early 1980's. She is a happily married mother of three, a voracious student of many subjects, and is fond of teaching. Jennifer has lived most of her life in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She graduated from Brigham Young University and served a mission in Mendoza, Argentina. A solid member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Jennifer has been serving the youth for the past several years. She escapes with her family to the mountains and ski slopes as often as possible and gladly spends her Sunday evenings mobbed by her immediate family, large extended family, and two saucy dogs.