Introducing Ruth Eastman, author of Butterflies and Becoming REAL

“I received the box of 15 free copies of my book today. I was amazed and delighted at the quality of the book and how it looks and reads. It surpasses all of my expectations. Words can’t express my appreciation for helping me to have my dream come true! I appreciate all of it so much. It almost overwhelms me.”

Ruth Eastman is the daughter of a minister and worked as a medical assistant until retiring in 2009. She has served in church as a Women’s Retreat speaker, Bible teacher, music leader, and missions representative of inner city homeless ministry. Married for 54 years, with three children, Ruth enjoys music, gardening, writing, and spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Email:

Product description…

Most of us spend a great deal of time trying to figure out who we are and why we’re here. We try to find the right person to share our life with and to give it more meaning. Sometimes we question our own beliefs, faltering on our Christian walk. But the key to our quest for happiness is actually quite simple: By developing a deeper relationship with God, we find joy in serving Him, and we develop a new confidence in who we are. In Butterflies and Becoming REAL, butterflies are used to represent new life or resurrection, with their stages of growth compared to the Christian maturing process. When we are “born again,” we start to become who we’re designed to be. Using the scriptures and illustrations in the text, you can gain insight and knowledge for the maturing process. By developing a love relationship with the Lord and His Word, you can become real. This book is a study guide to help you find discipline and discover the process of becoming who God wants you to be-the REAL you-fulfilled and happy!

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