Sarah's Laughter

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Sarah is the wife of the great prophet, Abraham. When her husband repeatedly abandons her in order to protect himself, Sarah struggles to believe that she has any worth in the eyes of God. Her doubts compel her to manipulate her circumstances, often with disastrous results. Can she overcome her cynical unbelief, and find the faith to believe she is truly precious in God’s sight? More

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About Rebecca Bruner

Author and speaker, Rebecca Bruner, has been a leader in women’s ministries for more than twenty years. Her short stories have appeared in Life Lessons from Dads by Write Integrity Press, several online magazines including Cross and the Cosmos, Mindflights, and Teen Age, and Hidden Brook Press’ 2011 Christmas Anthology. She is a member of Christian Writers of the West, the local chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers, and serves as the secretary for her Mesa Christian Writers’ critique group.
Rebecca is a passionate Bible teacher who has taught Bible studies for at risk women and girls through Hope Women’s Center, and has spoken at several women’s retreats and conferences, including the Women 4 Truth 2012 conference. She currently serves as a mentor and speaker for Faith Church of the Valley’s Mom’s Connect mentoring ministry. Her husband and two teenagers keep her very busy, but she loves every minute of it.

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Review by: Laura Belcourt on Dec. 12, 2012 : (no rating)
Sarah's Laughter was a very enjoyable and thought-provoking work. I especially appreciated the unfolding and progression of Sarah's faith as the LORD's promise was fulfilled in her life.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: ojbruner on Nov. 12, 2012 :
I just finished reading Sarah's Laughter and LOVED it! Rebecca Bruner does a wonderful job bringing an amazing story of God's love and faithfulness to life in a unique and insightful way. I loved the piece and can't wait to see what she publishes next!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jim Poulin on Oct. 13, 2012 :
Through Rebecca's words I can see the life of these desert people played out before me. Through her study and vivid writing we feel Sarai's pain as she struggles with her and her husband's faith (or lack of) in God.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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