Hi, I’m Sara, and I’m so glad you’re here. 😊

Don’t you just love a good story?

Stories unify us and change us. Stories have the power to lift our hearts out of a pit of despair and restore our hope for the future.

This is why I blog.

I share stories about faith, parenting, successes, failures, writing, and relationships. These stories are all true, and I share them with you for this purpose:

As I embrace who I am and share my stories with you, I hope that you also will be encouraged to gain the freedom to embrace who God made YOU to be.

Photo courtesy of
Jocelyn Broesky Photography

Since I hope we’ll be spending lots of time together, let me tell you a little about myself:

I grew up in rural Manitoba as the youngest, and loudest, of seven children. I attended a small school where my dramatic voice earned me a lead role in a middle-school hillbilly-style play; and, also earned me a ridiculous amount of “sshhh-ing” from school teachers. After graduating high school, I dabbled in waitressing, worked as a receptionist, and became a legal assistant before settling in to be a full-time stay-at-home mom.

I’m married and have three children. In my free time, I love to read, write, and spontaneously organize. In fact, I’ve been known to compulsively purge clutter from around the house, making me the prime suspect whenever family items go missing. I’ve tried my hand at gardening, but have mostly given up thanks to a hopeless black thumb.

I would love to hear your story, too!

So, send me an e-mail (saralivingfree@gmail.com), or leave a comment on one of my posts, to tell me a bit about yourself.

Let’s enjoy this abundant life and learn to be free together:

Check out How to Find True Freedom and read about how you and I can be truly free. You may also enjoy:

With love,

All content on http://www.saralivingfree.com reflects the author’s memories and present experiences, unless otherwise specified. It is a nonfiction work. Some names, characteristics, events, and dialogue have been altered, however, and some details added, for clarity and comprehension. In no way, does the author wish to offend or hurt any persons portrayed within these true stories.

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