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SNEAK PEEK: I Tried Until I Almost Died

 Tired of trying to measure up?

Trade your anxiety and frustration for rest and relaxation.

Click here to download an excerpt from I Tried Until I Almost Died. 

Tired of trying to measure up?

Trade your anxiety and frustration for rest and relaxation.

 Many of us believe that in order to please God, we have to be perfect. It’s an easy lie to buy into. In a culture that emphasizes accomplishment and ever-higher goals, we feel driven to do more, achieve more, be more. And we get caught up in the unforgiving treadmill of self-imposed rules, believing that we should, we need to, we must.

 The result? Anger, frustration, and anxiety that keep us far away from the life of peace that Jesus promised.

 For years, Sandra McCollom lived in this trap. Finally worn out from striving for perfection but constantly feeling like a failure, one day she prayed in desperation, begging God for help. God answered Sandra by setting her on a life-changing journey to discover the riches of His grace.

 In I Tried Until I Almost Died, Sandra shares how she left behind her burden of anxiety and fear and shows you how to experience for yourself the freedom of trusting solely in the perfecting power of God’s grace.  



  • The antisipationn of not knowing what is to be said, drives me to want to see and know more as I have lived through so much. While still a young man of 17 I was brought to a full stop where I was almost treated by death when my bike and I met a truck head on and spent the next eight months in hospital reviving surgery to put my body back together and now after so any decades that have pased I’m now able to live even after my wife and daughter have passed away in the past year and a half first my wife died in 2013 and then my daughter in 2014. I could say so much more but I think that I’d much sooner read your book to take from your thoughts and the words that you have had published

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