Warning: this book is not for the faint of heart. If that front cover doesn't get that message across, nothing will! 😂 Fabey takes you from baby Jesus and blonde Jesus, through Jesus tweets, and onto who the Bible says Jesus is today.
I received this book for my honest opinion, no monetary gain, and my honest opinion you will get. "We’ve all been there. We know that sneaking, small voice in our heads all too well—you’re too loud. Too quiet. Too young. Too old. Too unimportant. Too ugly. Too silly. Too serious. You’re not as successful as… Continue reading Review & Giveaway: Always Enough Never Too Much
All of us have a little wanderlust—a desire for that next thing, that new place, but this competes with our longings for security, control, and safety. We don't like how it feels to be unsettled and uprooted. Whether we're navigating a season of transition, dealing with the fallout of broken relationships, or wrestling with a deep sense of restlessness, we are all experiencing some form of exile. And most of us do whatever we can to numb the feelings of unbelonging, powerlessness, and unsettledness that come with it. But the truth is that exile has a profound purpose if we can just learn to lean in...
Are you looking for a great gift for a baby shower or pre-k graduation? This may be just the book you're looking for then! This precious book is the perfect book to add to anyone's collection to settle little ones down. The hard construction makes it durable to tough ones and assure it'll last a long while.
“Can you imagine what would happen in this world we live in if every woman.... let's say 12 and older.... was given this Bible as a gift? Women are world-changers. Look at Ruth: because she was selfless she gave birth to the lineage of King David. Look at Esther: she saved God's people by being courageous. When King Josiah had questions, who did he go to? Huldah, that's who! I could go on and on. With a Bible in the hands of every woman on this planet, lives would be saved and nations would turn their eyes toward God. How do I know this?”