BROKEN – Finding Purpose from Brokenness
BROKEN: Finding Purpose from Brokenness is a twelve-week, 5-day a week, Bible-based devotional. The book covers eight broken topics: promises, communications, relationships, churches, self-esteem, bodies, hearts and finances. The last four weeks are our response to brokenness: Broken praise, broken will, broken but not finished and broken for a purpose. The book also includes weekly resources suitable for small group discussion and access to online, weekly accompanying videos. It is suitable for men or women.
Wanda writes "None of us get through this life without our own dose of brokenness." In her book, she shares about her dose of brokenness after experiencing a life-threatening illness. Her book uses Bible references to guide the reader into ways of dealing with this universal experience of brokenness and finding purpose on the other side.
In her review, pastor's wife, Donna Pierce, says of BROKEN: Finding Purpose from Brokenness, " We all are broken at some point in our life, in some area of our life. Wanda has pinpointed practical ways to find healing, wholeness, and recovery from our broken areas. This devotional speaks in clear, precise, honest, and loving ways. Based on the words of Jesus and Truth in Scripture, Wanda guides us to find Hope for our brokenness."
About Wanda Holt (Nashville, Tennessee Author)
Wanda O. Holt is a wife, mom, sister, grandma, writer, insurance agent, friend, speaker, encourager and child of God. Wanda and her husband, Jerry, live in her hometown of Nashville, Tennessee where Wanda is a health insurance agent and actively involved in the local business community. She and Jerry have two daughters, a son-in-law, grandson and granddaughter.
Wanda has been writing since she started recording all her deepest secrets in a red, leather diary as a young girl. Her best secret was giving her heart to Jesus during Vacation Bible School. Wanda’s writing focuses on Christian principles through skits, plays, programs and speaking engagements for churches and various organizations but she has dabbled in some fiction including a few teenage, love stories in junior high. Wanda writes weekly small group curriculum for her local church. She enjoys helping others dig deeper into God’s Word. She also writes blogs on a variety of Christian, business and cooking topics. Wanda is currently working on a Christmas devotional.