Sunday, July 26, 2015

Tattered and Mended Is A Book Filled With Hope For Wounded Souls

This is a book I can completely relate to. For years I felt worn out, useless and unwanted. I struggled with it to the point I thought I would never get beyond it. When Cynthia is telling personal stories I could feel the struggle and feel the emotional hurts and pains. What I noticed the most throughout this book is the theme of hope, the hope we have in Christ and His work being done in us. It is a beautifully written book with touches of love and courage and determination to lean on God and His Word. Cynthia is open and honest and not preaching at anyone through her words. She is living it with each and every one of us who have struggled with the same feelings of being worn thin and useless. This is an excellent read!!

About the book:
A crumbling statue. A torn tapestry. A discolored painting.
Artisans can reclaim exquisite beauty from the broken, frayed, and hopelessly shattered—perhaps once thought beyond repair. But what about us? What of the wounds that keep us from living the life we want to live?
In Tattered and Mended, readers walk through a gallery of reclaimed and restored art as well as broken and restored lives of those who have gone before us. With a gentle touch and personable wisdom, Cynthia Ruchti shows how even the most threadbare soul can once again find healing and hope.

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Cynthia RuchtiAbout the author:
Cynthia Ruchti tells stories “hemmed in hope.” She’s the award-winning author of sixteen books and a frequent speaker for women’s ministry events. She serves as the Professional Relations Liaison for American Christian Fiction Writers, where she helps retailers, libraries, and book clubs connect with the authors and books they love. She lives with her husband in Central Wisconsin.

Find out more about Cynthia at her website, Facebook, Twitter, & Pinterest.

The reviewer has been compensated with receiving the product free in order to bring you an honest review. All opinions are those of the reviewer.

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