Your memoir is a compelling story of an amazing life…what do you want readers to take away from having read it?
I guess the bottom line would be that readers who are believers will develop a hunger to know more about the First Century teachings of Jesus. To know that all Christians can trace their faith back to the Jewish roots of Jesus’ faith, no matter their denomination choice. I pray that everyone who is led to read Just a Little Girl will come to believe that God has given them a unique purpose to advance His kingdom in some form or fashion—no matter where they come from or what line of work they are in. To “work” is to “worship” in Hebrew…so your job is your service to God. We can all make a difference when we discover that purpose and walk freely in it.
Do you have a theological question for Dr. Sarvadi? Or perhaps a question about her memoir, Just a Little Girl?