We all experience hard places, trials and challenges. It can feel natural to step in to help others when we see a need, especially if it’s those closest to us.
Some of us may find it hard to accept help when it is offered and need a reminder that it’s okay to be vulnerable enough to receive the help gracefully.
God is always working in us and through us and often what seems like a blessing to the receiver, is also a gift for the giver.
Author Sarah Beckman shares her insights for discovering how to find hope in the hard places, and how to allow ourselves to be used by God to love our neighbours.
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Sarah Beckman is a national speaker and the bestselling author of Alongside. Sarah has a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin and is a seasoned media guest, including such programs as The 700 Club, The Difference, and 100 Huntley Street.
She has also recorded over 50 local and national radio programs and podcasts. She blogs and regularly contributes to many online and print publications. Sarah serves at her local church and volunteers with several domestic and international nonprofits.
She and her husband have been married for twenty-six years. They live in Albuquerque, NM, and have three grown children.
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