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Do you live in fear of never doing enough? Do you feel like if you just work harder, work longer, work smarter, you'll get the right results?
In a world full of achievement, praise, and accolades, we can easily fall into the trap of thinking we can save ourselves and direct our lives with our own actions. But the way of the cross guides us toward a place where we stop striving, stop pushing, and stop self-initiating--so that we can fall into the boundless, liberating, refreshing grace of God
New York Times bestselling author and pastor Max Lucado urges us to exchange the pressure of accomplishment for the peace of God's grace.
In In the Grip of Grace, Max Lucado will help you:
- Release a false sense of self-sufficiency.
- Rest in God's unbending and unending gift of grace.
- Remember that God is for you and will carry you through every circumstance.
Today, leap from the cliff of self-sufficiency. Step out of the gates of legalism. Walk off the pier of guilt and condemnation. That's the only way to land in the strong arms of the Father who loves you . . . the Father who catches you--every time--in the grip of his grace.
Find your own present over perfect in this exquisite guided journal from New York Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist.
When your soul is restless. When you're more burned-out than on fire. When you too often start the day with a deep weariness. In the mess and the mundane, how do you begin to find space in your life, open your heart to the people who matter most, and receive the soulful way of living that is calling your name? Let Shauna Niequist take you on a guided journey to embracing peace in a chaotic world. A Simpler, More Soulful Life offers:
- Shauna's own beautiful photography and high design
- Guided writing prompts and journaling space to deepen your reading experience
- Thought-provoking quotations from Shauna and authors who inspire her
Sink deep into wonder, rest, and stillness in this interactive invitation to weave the truths of Present Over Perfect into your life.
What if your struggles aren't a barrier to thriving but an invitation into your most vibrant days? Discover how to live a life of joy and fullness, even in the midst of disappointment and broken dreams.
It is in the sacred space of pain and promise that we can begin to flourish. Even in the midst of disappointment and broken dreams, it is possible to grow, be strong, and draw near to God.
In The Fight to Flourish, Jennie Lusko draws on her experiences after the loss of her five-year-old daughter, Lenya, to show you that the ingredients for a fresh and thriving life are right in front of you.
With grit and grace, Jennie will help you:
- Discover that flourishing is not an impossible destination but a divine revelation of where you are right now.
- Find relief from the weight of overwhelming circumstances by resting in the realization that God is fighting for you.
- Trust that God is growing you in the gap between your expectations and your experience.
The word flourish is written all over you and your future.
An important yet entertaining look at the value of building strong relationships, written by the hugely successful star of HGTV's Fixer Upper and the new Magnolia network.
Only a few people-Oprah, Ted Turner, Walt Disney, and now Chip and Joanna Gaines-have literal networks. But every successful person has a network of people-friends, family, and business associates-who serve as a support system. This "community" shapes a person's identity, behavior, and values, which ideally include kindness and being considerate of others and their needs.
"Nice people finish first," says Chip Gaines, the wildly popular and admired star of HGTV's Fixer Upper and cofounder of the Magnolia brand. "And networking always works better than bridge burning." With these truths as the foundational cornerstone, Chip uses his own unique journey as a creative and entrepreneur to construct a case for the value and importance of developing strong relationships at work and outside of work. He says, "If you live your life the right way, with the right values and the right priorities, you will end up in the right relationships." Those relationships then become the currency for success.
Part business book and all manifesto for living a fulfilled life, Building a Network unpacks the beauty and purpose of embracing kindness and connection with those around you.
Reimagining the story of Eve, Sarah Jakes Roberts draws lessons from Scripture and from her own life that show women how to use the mistakes of their past to overcome the challenges of today.
As the first woman, Eve was also the first woman who had to deal with the mistakes of her past. In a dramatic reinterpretation of Eve's story in Genesis, Sarah Jakes Roberts shows how the slow seduction of our minds can knock us out of our orbit. Pastor Sarah guides women in identifying the dragons that have taken them down, then encourages readers to get into a new orbit as she reminds them "enmity" is a two-way street.
Everyone faces trials, and everyone will mess up. But past failures should not be the focus. A person's purpose in life does not change; it evolves. In the same way, someone should not be attached to who she was but to who she can become.
- Identify Your Weakness
- Silence Is Golden
- Touch but Don't Eat
- Naked Is the New Black
- You're Gonna Mess Up
- Rest in Hope
Woman Evolve teaches women that they can use failures and mistakes to break through to their future. Like Eve, they do not need to live defined by the past. Pastor Sarah says, "Bruised heels can still crush serpents' heads."
Highlighting connections that have been hidden from non-Jewish eyes, Rabbi Jason Sobel pulls back the curtain to shed God's light on the holy scriptures.
Most people do not understand how the Bible fits together--even people of faith. Too many Christians accept half an inheritance in that they are content to embrace merely the New Testament. On the flip side, Jews often experience this by embracing only the Old Testament. But God has an intricate plan and purpose for both.
In Mysteries of the Messiah, Rabbi Jason Sobel, raised in a Jewish home in New Jersey but now a follower of Yeshua, pulls back the curtain to show the many connections in Scripture hidden in plain sight. Known for his emphatic declaration "but there's more " he guides readers from the story of creation through Revelation to see the passion and purpose of the Messiah, the Torah, and several of the patriarchs and prophets.
God's Word, written by many people over thousands of years, is not a random selection of people and stories, but they have intricate connections. Rabbi Jason connects the dots for readers, helping them see with clarity what God intended.