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The Narrow Path

Stapp, Heather

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ISBN 10: 149080384X / ISBN 13: 9781490803845
Published by WestBowPress, 2013
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Title: The Narrow Path

Publisher: WestBowPress

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Hannah Vanderlin had the perfect life. She lived in Southern California, had many friends, a carefree job, and a boyfriend that turned everyone's head. Life was an endless party. However, in the blink of an eye, Hannah's worldly lifestyle maliciously crumbles beneath her feet leaving her wounded, hollow, and broken. In her weakest moment, Hannah finds an object buried in the sand that not only gives her the motivation to change her life, but the strength to take a chance and seek refuge in God. Desperate for a change, Hannah moves to her hometown of South Lake Tahoe. With guidance from her grandmother, Meg, and friend Peter Shanahan, Hannah begins to piece her life together by surrendering herself to God. Although Hannah finds hope in The Lord and begins to feel His mighty healing, she also feels the haunting memories from her past gripping at her soul and pulling her back into a dark pit. Eventually Hannah is forced to confront the darkness of her past in order to make room for the light of Christ in her future. Will Hannah be able to let go of her bondage and follow the path that God has called her to be on? Or will she remain a prisoner to her painful past forever?

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Heather Stapp attended BIOLA (Biblical Institute of Los Angeles), majoring in cinema media arts and minoring in biblical studies. She wrote her first novel, The Narrow Path, to emphasis that through Christ, everyone who accepts Him can be made new regardless of their past. Heather was raised in Sonora, California, and currently lives in Florida, with her husband, Tanner, and their Havanese dog, Izzy.

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