Do you struggle with living out your faith? It is always easy to trust God when life seems to be going smoothly. What about when you are in the middle of a storm?
This is not just a book full of words, it is a journey. Anchored Yet Free will take you down a road that may be tough. You will be challenged, and your thoughts and attitudes will be inspected.
The author will share some of her personal thoughts and struggles. She will ask you questions that will challenge you to explore your thoughts. It may be a perfect time to start a new journal. There will be an opportunity for quiet time with God, as well as inspirational music to listen to.
Remember, our faith today will not get us through what is coming tomorrow. We have to grow by adding to our faith daily.
“And beside this, giving all diligence, add to your faith virtue; and to virtue knowledge; And to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience godliness; And to godliness brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness charity.” – 2 Peter 1:5-7
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My second book is now available!
We have all been there. That feeling that every problem or fear is too big to tackle on our own. We see them as giants and we are tiny, defenseless grasshoppers. That is not what God wants for us. He wants us to turn them over to Him because He is bigger than any giant in our lives.
Throughout “I’m Just A Grasshopper,” the author shares her personal struggles and how she is learning to let her faith be bigger than her fear. You will find some encouragement to overcome some of these questions and others.
* Do you run from your fears?
* Do you allow others to tear you down?
* Do you make excuses?
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My first book was my testimony. “Everyone Owns A Shattered Mirror”… a mirror reflecting the pain and sorrow over brokenness that has occurred in their lives. There is hope I have experienced the pain of brokenness, but God has also shown me that He doesn’t discard the broken. He repairs and restores the disordered pieces of our lives into a divinely inspired mosaic. The experience of brokenness in our lives qualifies us to help provide comfort to somebody else.