Sarah Weaver was an active and adventurous Amish girl who loved running, climbing, and caring for animals. But to her dismay, her legs began to weaken as she grew older, and as her condition grew worse, she eventually had to accept a wheelchair. But Sarah was not one to mope and whine. Her rule in life became, “If God tells me to do something, He will give me the strength to do it.”
Despite her handicap, God worked through Sarah. Her well-known painting, The Broad and Narrow Way, has been an inspiration to many people. Sarah’s example shows that by yielding to God, we can be “a paintbrush in God’s hand.”
This book tells the story of Sarah Weaver’s life especially for readers aged 11-16.