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I knew I shouldn’t look outside. I knew it would just make me feel worse. A part of me wanted to see what I was missing, another part wanted to climb in bed, pull the covers over my head and forget about the whole thing. I was 14 and I was the only girl […]
Ashton stood next to me Sunday morning, straightening her hair in my bathroom while I put on my makeup. We hadn’t seen each other in a week. She’d been away at camp, as a counselor this year; I’d just returned home from speaking at a conference in North Dakota. I could hardly wait to hear […]
“What should I do?” The plea sounded more like a whine when I asked my dad this question back in college. He didn’t tell me what to do. He wouldn’t. I was an adult (sort of) and it was time to make my own decisions. Even the tough decisions. Or, maybe, especially the tough decisions. […]
I walk to the garbage can, lift the lid and toss the book in. It is a hard cover, too. I think about doing it after reading only a few pages but it feels kind of wrong to throw away a nearly new book. Know what I mean? Finally, though, I can’t read another word. […]
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!”