Author and speaker Sheryle Cruse’s passion has been toward encouraging and empowering people to come to a personal relationship with the Most High and live their lives free from the damage of their life experiences. No matter what disorder, obstacle or argument, Cruse’s message declares how this relationship creates vibrant health and a prosperous life. Sheryle currently lives in Minnesota with her husband, Russell, writing for faith-based and recovery magazines.
About “Thin Enough: My Spiritual Journey through the Living Death of an Eating Disorder…”
Using her own personal experience, along with the revelation of Jairus’ daughter (Mark 5:35-43), Sheryle Cruse, in this book, addresses eating disorders, food, weight and body issues impacting young girls and women. She focuses on the spiritual significance, while providing hope that, through faith and trust in the Most High, anyone can rise above the seemingly hopeless sentence of eating disorders and emerge as “Elohim’s Incredible Children,” full of life and promising futures.
“Sheryle Cruse has written a wonderful book that takes a deep look inside the thinking of a sufferer of an eating disorder…”
Don Nielson Treasurer and Co-Founder, The National Eating Disorders Association
“Daughter, Arise! Undoing the damage, becoming The Most High’s daughters.”