Jenni Lawson has always dreamed of being part of a metropolitan ballet. She's going nowhere dancing in Okklahoma City and, desiring a change of pace, has taken a summer position at a theater in Florida. On the flight into Orlando, Jenni meets speech pathologist Trey Maddox. Though Trey has turned his back on the God he no longer trusts, he still has a soft spot for children with special needs--and tries to encourage Jenni to give them dancing lessons. How can Jenni tell Trey of God's love when she can't bring herself to be near "imperfect" children? Only God's love in her life can give peace she longs for and allow her the freedom to dance from the heart.
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Dance From The Heart based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I think we are all, to an extent, uncomfortable with the unfamiliar and different. Unless we have had first-hand experience with it, then we become okay with it and more accepting. In this book, the woman, a ballerina, is really uncomfortable hearing about or being around kids with disabilities. She was always pushed to be perfect. She had never had the oppoetunity to be around disabled people. And it really frightened her and made her uncomfortable. But once she was able to see them the wy God sees them, she was able to overcome that fear and uncertainty. This book had a really great message.