Published: July 2017
Format: Dust Jacket Hardcover(B/W)
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Could your false beliefs actually become iron bars? Josh Billing once purposed this same line of thinking in a quote that has been morphed down through the decades:
“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”
Regardless of whatever morphing this quote may have endured, it has merit. The principle aptly applies to what so many of us experience with regard to our fundamental beliefs about God and what we understand to be the requirements God may be demanding of us. But what if what you know about God … just ain’t so?
Portals & Pearls was written to provoke you to reevaluate what you think “gospel truth” actually means. With devotional-designed chapters, Portals and Pearls is formatted and filled with bite-size ruminations that are engaging, entertaining, and inspiring. In her colorful and clever style, Sherri weaves God’s Word into her adventurous personal experiences to empower lives with freedom and transformation.
Moxie. Merriam-Webster uses synonyms like courageous, guts, and prowess to describe moxie. This single word personifies the spirit of the author. She is a fighter for the weak and disadvantaged. She is a passionate believer in her faith. Her friends and fellow observers have responded affectionately to her fearless and spunky nature with such nicknames as Sheriff Sherri and Baby Pit Bull.
So how does Sherri enjoy putting her moxie into motion? She is an adventurous world traveler, a strategic entrepreneur, a fierce fitness enthusiast, and a passionate poet. She has also authored Deep Calling Deep and Where Is God on My Bad Days? But don’t be fooled—Ms. Moxie balances her apparent bravado with a very playful and gentle soft side. She has no problem breaking into spontaneous dance upon hearing one of her favorite tunes or compassionately embracing the tender hearts of those she loves.