Oct 10, 2018
Really it's the story about understanding the difference between being empty, being full and then being stuffed to feeling sick. And we're not even talking about food.
This is an honest conversation about what we hunger and thirst after. How do we fix our cravings?
This week we dig into the idea that enough might be a life goal worth pursuing. But to do so we need to know when we've reached, enough, in a culture always hungry for more, more, more.
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This beautiful new Bible invites every woman to find her story within the greatest story ever told--God's story of redemption. It includes:
This week our spotlight author is Shelly Miller, who currently lives among the tea shops and winding cobblestones of London. Her book Rhythms of Rest is on sale for 0.99 all of October. For anyone trying to figure out how to make rest realistic instead of miraculous: just click here to get the eBook deal on Shelly's book.
Are you tired of being tired?
Do you struggle with giving yourself permission to rest?
Feel guilty when you aren’t being productive?
Secretly dream about a sick day to lay at home and read all day?
Yeah, Shelly gets that.
If busy has become your recurring answer when people ask, “How are you?” maybe it is time to pause and make rest realistic instead of miraculous.
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