For as long as I can remember I essentially had one desire for my life: perfection… Yet my heavenly Father, through tragedies and painful times, took me to the place I had tried so hard to avoid, the place I least wanted to go: the place of my own great inner poverty… Yet there was my treasure, for there I encountered His goodness and mercy.
Meg Bucaro relearns about the importance of forgiveness and shares what she learned from her high school religion teacher, 20 years after graduation. Why should we forgive? How do we forgive? What if the person that hurt us does not deserve to be forgiven? How do we know when we have forgiven?
Loved as I Am: An Invitation to Conversion, Healing, and Freedom through Jesus is written by a religious sister who has experienced conversion in a very dramatic fashion, but this book is for anyone who is wounded, suffers from addiction, or feels unloved and/or unlovable.