Julie Ann Rose understands trauma. From physical and sexual abuse as a child to abortion, through the murder of a dear friend, to brain injury and cancer, she’s experienced more than a lifetime’s worth of pain and loss. But by the grace of God, she’s doing more than surviving, she’s thriving. Like a wildflower thrusting itself through a broken sidewalk, God has raised Julie’s joy and hope through the layers of loss and into the light of His plan for her. He has transformed her from a broken receiver of grace into a beautiful blossom who radiates the grace she has received into the lives of other hurting people. Trauma victims often feel weighed down by shame, anger, confusion, and pain. They may be so accustomed to “getting by” that having passion and joy seems like lost hope. In A Wildflower Grows in Brooklyn, they’ll encounter a story that will inspire them to imagine a life restored and overflowing with all the good things God intends for them.
A Wildflower Grows in Brooklyn
In the Wildflower Grows in Brooklyn, trauma victims who often feel weighed down by shame, anger, and pain encounter a true story that will inspire them to imagine a life restored and overflowing with all the good things God intends for them.