So far I have realized on thing, like I’m coming out of the dark green fog of self-sufficiency and pride: It’s not about me doing more. It’s not about me getting better. It’s about me letting go, letting go and not adding to God’s perfect grace. It’s about accepting myself for who God says I am.
Freedom’s Ring does not disappoint. Difficult emotional issues are dealt with in a delicate, realistic manner that FEELS real, rings true and gets the reader thinking. I love the characters and hope some day to meet them again.
“There. Eat that and try not to cry,” he says.
Throughout the book Chambers challenges us to live like Jesus with integrity, accessibility, grace, faith, intimacy, tolerance, resolve, urgency, mercy, humility, investment, joy and vision. This is a great book to use in challenging your church to seek the lost.
Jeff Goins completely explodes the myth that artists struggle in dark forgotten hovels barely alive, working their creations in some kind of divine oblivion, hoping to be noticed one day.
After trying to be an extrovert for most of my life, fighting against my core quiet nature, I have finally embraced my introvert self and I am learning my new inner strength.
This lady has taught me a lot about journaling … and it has changed my life