When life falls apart, how do you learn to find hope again?

Sara R. Ward

Sara R. Ward

Sara R. Ward speaks from a wealth of personal experience on loss and disappointment. Through her husband’s cancer and two-year-old son’s death, she has learned what it means to follow God through hard circumstances. She shares her wisdom through engaging storytelling and solid Biblical teaching that equips others to heal from their hurts and find who they truly are.

Sara is a wife and mom to three children, including a son who passed away from Leigh’s disease in 2012. She’s also a staff writer for adoption.com and has been published in Focus on the Family Magazine, the Today Show Parenting Team, and Homeschooling Today Magazine.

Sara also writes poetry and is an award-winning playwright (Indiana Theatre Association’s Playwriting Award). Sara has a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology.

Made for Hope: Discovering Unexpected Gifts in Brokenness by Sara R. Ward will be available October, 2019.

I’m betting we have a few things in common

(A Letter for You from Sara R. Ward)

Sara R. Ward

Hey friend,

Can we be honest for a sec?

I’ve been through some really tough stuff in life: infertility, adoption, cancer, and the loss of our two-year-old son. And I’m betting the reason you’re here is you have too.

In the worst moments, the question I asked was:

Why me?

followed by:

How will I get through this?

I created this place for those whose lives have fallen apart. I wanted you to have a space where you can learn to heal and find hope again.

We are a community of hope champions who believe our story is not over.

My goal at sararward.com is to create resources that will

  • sustain you in loss
  • help you rediscover who you are
  • restore hope, no matter what you’re going through.

Join my monthly email list and get access to my free resource library which includes 24 ways to honor a loved one who has passed away and a free seven day grief journal.

Let’s begin your story of redemption and hope.

Sara R Ward

P.S. Don’t forget to join Sara R. Ward’s monthly email and get access to her free resource library.

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