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Overwhelmed. Discouraged. Angry. Confused. Anxious. Fearful. Stressed. Resentful. These are a few of the labels I’ve heard women use when describing how they feel lately. Not all the time, mind you. But more often than they’d like. I feel them too, sometimes. We all do. Seeing them in black and white is a wake […]
Our dryer broke, my husband is in Haiti, and the guy who delivered a new piece of furniture damaged our stairs and is giving me the run around about repairs. According to the owner, he gave me such a deal I should happily pay for the repairs myself. Seriously? Given my last blog about complaining […]
I feel my mood shift. Just a few moments ago all was well with my soul. But now…somehow life seams heavier. More negative. Nothing earth shattering has taken place in the last half hour. In fact, I’m sitting at Panera trying to grab a quick bite while I work. But it’s hard. At the table […]
“I just got a text. Bob died.” My heart sank when JP told me this morning. Bob was our neighbor. At 93 he still walked the neighborhood daily, raked his own leaves and waved every time I passed his house. Our girls affectionately dubbed Bob “Mr. UP” because Bob looked exactly like the old man […]
Comments about SEEK
I loved Donna’s book! I found it to be so direct and easy to understand, yet filled with love. I loved the family anecdotes; and how easily she related her trials, successes and failures throughout the book. I am so thankful that she decided to share her faith, her love of God and the Bible in this book.
Seek is such an inspiring study guide. Donna has simplified the message for me.
Seek has been such a gift in my life. I have enjoyed this book immensely. This was my first experience with a Bible study; and I can’t wait to continue. Her words are so powerful; and yet, so simple. I am so grateful to be touched by the Holy Spirit.
This will forever change my life for the better.
During my annual review my boss (also my senior pastor) asked “What do you think is your greatest accomplishment over the last year?” I expected the question to be difficult. But that one was easy. My shoulders instantly relaxed as a big grin spread across my face.
“Bringing the book ‘SEEK’ to our women.”
“I agree. Well done.”
“Seek will be back in the Fall of 2013 at Preston Trail! We can’t wait!”