Joined 6 years ago from North Charleston, South Carolina
Sarah W. Frank is a devoted military wife, stay-at-home-mother of one, youth group volunteer, and author of her self-titled blog, in which she discusses "Faith, Family, and Real Life".
Out of all the goals she has in life, her biggest by far is to serve and connect with women of all ages: building faith in Christ, raising families, and experiencing life at its fullest.
In 2013, Sarah received her Bachelors Degree in Religious Studies and Psychology from North Carolina Wesleyan College in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Not long after, she married her long-time sweetheart, Anson, and a year and one day later, their son, Ethan was miraculously born. The family now resides in North Charleston, South Carolina with their loyal pooch, Sabastian, and their psycho-cat, Missy.
Sarah knows that there is no such thing as a perfect life, which is hard to admit for the perfectionist that she is. She may not have it all together all the time, but she seeks to glorify God through her writing, her family, and her life.
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