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ALL IS GRACE A Memoir of Finding Grace in Marriage through Mental Illness by Samantha Cabrera

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 143 pages
  • Publisher: Christian Publishing House (Oct. 24, 2019)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 9781702501712
  • ISBN-10: 1-7025-0171-X
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 8

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Book Description

All Is Grace: A Memoir of Finding Grace in Marriage through Mental Illness invites you to find holy, abundant grace in your own wilderness of mental illness and to tear off the veil of lies about your suffering. As Samantha Cabrera takes you on her journey through her mental illness in marriage, she gently comforts your wandering and wondering soul to find grace in the waiting and the pain of major depressive disorder and symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder; she demonstrates how God turned her broken pain into transfiguring pain. She shows you how her own unspoken pain was always—always—met with grace and through this, you may find hope for your own healing. You will find yourself meeting grace at the turning of a page and begin to wonder at the love God shows you; it was through the grace and prayers of her husband that Samantha began to see God's radical grace in her own life, and thus, was able to change because of it. Isn't this what grace does? It doesn't leave us the same. He doesn't leave us the same. Aside from journeying with Samantha through her own mental illness, she inspires readers to end the silence of mental health and to become strong advocates for their own unspoken pain. All Is Grace: A Memoir of Finding Grace in Marriage through Mental Illness will give you the hope to breathe and to know that while it may feel like you're a dried pressed flower—it takes seeing the grace of God to know you're still breathing, still alive, and still flourishing. If you suffer from any mental illness, this book will sit with you in your pain, whisper consolations to your one broken heart, and tell you that there is a holy hope that exists if you only take part in it.

Author Biography

Samantha Cabrera graduated from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor with her B.A. in Mass Communications/Journalism with a minor in art. She began writing for Christian Woman Magazine and other faith-based websites in college before graduating. For a year and a half, she lived in Riverside, California pursuing her M.A. in English until she transferred to get her M.F.A in Writing from Lindenwood University. Samantha wrote for Christian Mingle's Believe.com for five years as a contributing writer as well as for Faithlife Women, a division of Logos Bible Software. She has been published in Christian Woman Magazine, Thryve, and the Santa Fe Literary Review, among others; she has over 100 articles published in various online Christian websites. In her spare time, she is the founder and editor of Calla Press, a Christian women's magazine sharing testimonies, art, and poetry. Samantha enjoys uplifting and encouraging women in their daily walks with Jesus. As an advocate for mental health, she strongly believes in the power of sharing stories openly and boldly. Samantha has also published Sands of Grace, her first poetry collection intended to uproot women from depression into the hands of a God who calms every storm. She is a writer and English teacher living in Waco, Texas along with her loving husband, Omar, and cow-cat, Mia.

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