Bigger than a Cardboard Testimony

Bigger than a Cardboard Testimony

by Natasha Stiller

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Bigger than a Cardboard Testimony by Natasha Stiller

Bigger than a Cardboard Testimony is about life-changing circumstances that recapture the meaning of life for one woman as she redefines her life after abuse and hardship, finding her center through Christ.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781463561963
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/08/2011
Pages: 86
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.18(d)

About the Author

Natasha has many roles to live up to, from wife, mother, freelance writer, and teacher. She loves every one of them. She hopes her personal story will allow women to see the value that Christ can bring to their lives and have a new found identity.

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Bigger than a Cardboard Testimony 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
DBHall More than 1 year ago
"Bigger Than a Cardboard Testimony provides a poignant reminder of the loneliness and despair that exists among the faces that we encounter every day. Sometimes it is the face that we see in the mirror, and other times it is the face of the person sitting across from us. In a beautifully vulnerable form, Natasha's story provides hope in the transforming promise of God's ever-present love for us and His ability to redeem us from our hurts and sin." December Hall - Teen MOPS Coordinator
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
il09 More than 1 year ago
Natasha Stiller's book is nothing more but a bitter cry for attention and feminist support. I find it highly contradictory, disorganized, rambling, and devoid of true purpose. The retaliation against her ex husband (which most of this book is about) is wholly un-christianlike. To anyone who picks up this book, I encourage you to find the inconsistencies and dysfunctional conclusions that she comes to. The finding God part was wonderful and riveting. Unfortunately, this only spanned a few chapters and was eclipsed by the negativity. It's ok to grieve about the death of marriage, but it's not ok to attack your ex spouse to feel like more of a person.