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The Thread of Life

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How do we learn to forgive and to let go of the trauma that haunts us in a world that teaches us to hate those who hurt us?

What if we were able to heal our souls and live lives filled with hope?

For Mary, a victim of childhood rape, she turns to Jesus and finds the spiritual healing she seeks. Walk beside Mary as she struggles to face the fears of her past, learns how to forgive, and discovers hope.

Written as a poem, the lyrical format of The Thread of Life allows us to feel what Mary feels as we travel with her. In a gentle way, we are shown the steps a victim of trauma must take in order to find emotional healing in Christ. We may even find ourselves seeking forgiveness and hope, rather than hate and despair, as we journey with her.

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Praise for The Thread of Life

“Heather’s work is honest and vulnerable, heartbreaking, brave, and clear. She puts words to an experience that many—too many—can relate to. And yet she shares her journey of finding truth and freedom, with hopes of guiding others on a similar path to healing. Thank you, Heather, for showing us the power of Jesus and that fullness of life is available to all.”
Andrea Baker, Founder and Executive Director, Word Made Flesh Bolivia

“As a pastor and therapist, reading The Thread of Life touched me. In the midst of a swirling, hurting world, Masco offers a tangible sense of hope and resolution. I found it powerfully deep but also restorative and refreshing. It was so helpful that I immediately had several of our staff members read it, too. Simply put: if you are hunting for healing, this book is worth your time.”
Brad Strait, Senior Pastor, Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church

About the Author

Heather Masco is a full-time registered nurse in Denver, Colorado. She received her BSN from the University of Colorado and BAs in English and German Secondary-Education from Michigan State University. She lives with her husband and two sons in the front range mountains, where she enjoys numerous outdoor sports. She finds inspiration for her writing from nature, family, her profession, and her faith in the transformational power of Jesus.

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