All beautiful things carry distinctions of imperfection. Our wounds and mistakes are a part of our history that should not be hidden because they are the true source of our beauty. Like broken pottery that is mended with gold, we are all able to recover from life's catastrophes, experience a new present and proceed to our noble destiny.
In this book, Kerine bares her struggles through a life of brokenness as a christian through seasons of disease, abuse, rebellion and near apostasy. Although she bares the scars of those experiences, she now strangely lives a life of freedom, empowered by the spirit of God