Do you have a broken piece in your life? A physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual issue that hinders you from enjoying your life.  An issue you feel is the reason for your dissatisfaction, depression, or problem? You’re not alone. We all have brokenness somewhere.  But does it have to destroy you?

I can’t tell you how excited I am to offer this book. Judy Squier is my personal friend and my hero. Although she was born with stumps rather than legs and with deformed hands, Judy and her family never gave up. She learned to walk using prosthetics, got an education, married, and raised three lovely daughters. Now well past middle age, she continues to serve on mission trips around the world. She has more spunk than just about anyone I know.

Unable to run from her birth defect, Judy’s life became a stage for God to show up and craft a masterpiece out of her detested missing pieces. Her book will fortify you and set you free as you encounter Judy’s authentic responses to daily her struggles. This book is particularly valuable for those facing issues that can’t be changed. How do you deal with a problem that can’t be fixed? Judy gives us strategies for success, using delightful stories from her life. This book is a must read for every small group leader, for everyone who deals with challenging people, and yes, for challenging people. Remember, Christmas is coming… This book is available from Mighty Oak Ministries. Contact me for quantity discounts on 10 or more units.

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  1. patsikora on October 21, 2010 11:06 pm

    Here’s a great article on Judy, posted on her blog.

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