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I have to say as soon as I finished this book, I was ready to spring into action in my own little corner of the world sharing Jesus more with others. Written in a memoir fashion intertwined with practical and Biblical principles, I found a lot of inspiration based on our author’s testimony and humility. I was reminded that so many things may be “good” things, but not the right things God has for His will for our individual lives. Not comparing your testimony or call to someone else’s is so important because it liberates you to be full of the Holy Spirit and Him alone. No matter what He calls us to do He will accomplish it and we have the blessing of being a part of the advancing of the Lord’s kingdom. What a freedom it is to follow the Lord’s plan for our life and find our fulfillment in Him! A wonderful reminder that comforts and financial security is not God’s goals for us, but to be full of Him and be used of Him to show others His love. Full of inspiration, truth, and the fact that with God nothing and no one is impossible!
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS!
Though she was given just three months to live as a child, today Tiffany Smiling—writer, speaker, and entrepreneur—is changing the kingdom of God around the globe. She’s a cancer survivor, an injustice fighter and, above all else, she is a devoted follower of Christ.
With a heart to rescue the unreached children around the world, twenty-eight year old Tiffany has opened orphan homes in Uganda, Guatemala, Brazil and Haiti. She founded the With All My Heart Foundation, an organization dedicated to building the global church and caring for vulnerable children around the world. In 2016, she also founded With All Her Heart, an organization equipping woman to fulfill the calling that God has ahead of them.
Tiffany has a passion to see every woman discover and fully live the greater purpose that God designed for her life. She is calling her generation to offer God the longings of their hearts in exchange for his greater blessing.
Margot is a graduate of Westmont College and Princeton Theological Seminary. She's the author of a bunch of books and enjoys working as a collaborator helping other folks tell their amazing stories.
Margot's first book, The Girl in the Orange Dress: Searching for a Father Who Does Not Fail, was awarded Best Nonfiction Book of the Year, 2011, from the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association. And Not Who I Imagined was a finalist in the 2015 Selah Awards.
Margot and her 3 fabulous teens, by birth and adoption, live in Durham, NC, in the North Street Neighborhood, a community built around their friends with disabilities. Learn more at www.MargotStarbuck.com.