Through Mountains and Valleys: Reflections from the Sunroom
Through Mountains and Valleys
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Through Mountains and Valleys by Sherolyn Porter
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Author
Sherolyn Porter
Series
Reflections from the Sunroom
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ISBN Numbers:   
Softocver: 978-1-947727-74-8
Ebook:       978-1-948540-28-5
LCCN: 2018948475 

Page Count: 368
Release Date: 1/10/2019
$16.95
$7.99
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Nonfiction / Devotional
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In her new devotional THROUGH MOUNTAINS AND VALLEYS, Sherolyn Porter shares her personal stories and experiences with God as he makes Himself known in the midst of “life as usual,” revealing the tenderness of His loving grace, His encouragement to persist when we don’t feel like we can, and the absolute truth that we all matter in His “grand scheme of things.”

When we open our eyes to see Him, the ordinary will become most extraordinary.
Reflections from the Sunroom by Sherolyn Porter
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"I’m sure to read Through Mountains and Valleys more than one time. it’s like being with a good friend"
— Franklin Lattimore, author of the Otherealm series
"I have found amazing comfort and words of wisdom and insight through Sherolyn's writings…"
— Nancy L. Schul, reader
"This is a good read. It's more of a devotional book, but it tells how the author who has fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, enjoys her life. Although it is a "religious book" in the sense that she references her faith and God a lot, there are a lot of other things in the book that everyone would relate to."
— LibraryThing Early Reviewers