"The Dream Hanger" covers the lives of three young females who each come from very different backgrounds, yet life has ironically brought them to the same place. As each character struggles to pick up the pieces of life, God's purpose and plan for them becomes all the more real. By trashing their plans, they begin to pick up their dreams and live again.
It's a known fact that most butterflies struggle getting their wings. It seems as if the pain of leaving the cocoon is often times just too much to bear. However, without this experience, the butterfly will never gain the strength to fly. So even in the midst of all of the pain and strife, the butterfly presses on anyway. But what happens to the butterflies that don't leave the cocoon?
You probably don't know me, and no, I don't know you, but the purpose of this book is to reveal to you what God can do. It says in Jeremiah 29:11 that God has a plan and purpose for our lives, but in order to live those purposes out, we first have to grasp the fact that we're worth the pain, worth the struggle, and worth God's grace. If you don't believe in the value that God has on your life, then you can't live right no matter how hard you try. It hurts me to see how so many Christians today have yet to realize their worth in God.