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Freefall to Fly
A Breathtaking Journey Toward a Life of Meaning
By Rebekah Lyons

What People Are Saying

"Rebekah Lyons writes a vulnerable story of her unexpected winging into the light and dark of mothering, womanhood, and visionary living, only to discover what it means to find the full hope of the sky."
—Ann Voskamp, author of The New York Times Bestseller, One Thousand Gifts

"My friend Rebekah Lyons has done what every writer wants to do: she has told her story with such grace and clarity that the reader can't help but find glimpses of her own story. An important, well-written book that will feel both familiar and inspiring."
—Shauna Niequist, author of Cold TangerinesBittersweet, and Bread & Wine

"Surely God wants to use those who are rescued to help rescue others. Rebekah Lyons bravely shares her story of freefall into the arms of her Creator, as her search for meaning led to surrender. May we all find hope and courage in our journey as we embrace the life God intended for us."
—Christine Caine, Founder of The A21 Campaign and author of Undaunted

"Everyone has to make a leap—of hope, of courage, of life. Rebekah Lyons wants to make sure that nothing --anxiety, despair, depression or fear—holds you back. She shares candid and powerful stories from her own life with courageous honesty. By the time you finish reading, you won't be able resist the opportunity to fly into the fullness of life."
—Margaret Feinberg, author of Wonderstruck and Scouting the Divine

"Rebekah Lyons is an elegant and honest writer who speaks to the weighty struggle of human experience while simultaneously elevating its astonishing beauty and the transformative power of surrender. I'm thrilled Rebekah has given the world a book full of her ideas and insights—all who read Freefall to Fly are invited into a beautiful journey infused with truth, hope, and love."
—Melissa Moore Fitzpatrick, Living Proof Ministries

"With colorful candor and timeless truth, Lyons' vulnerable story-telling captivates the reader from the first page. Invited into the darkest, hidden recesses of the author's personal journey gives the reader courage to embrace her own story."
—Phileena Heuertz, author of Pilgrimage of a Soul: Contemplative Spirituality for the Active Life (IVP 2010)