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Bianca Olthoff, Ann Voskamp, Rebekah Lyons and Lysa TerKeurst | Catalyst Podcast 262
Bianca Olthoff talks with Ann Voskamp, Rebekah Lyons, and Lysa TerKeurst about what it means to be known.
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"Esther Generation" by Amena Brown Owen and Ann Voskamp | IF:Gathering
A Spoken Word presentation by popular bl»
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Ann Voskamp | IF:Gathering
Author and blogger Ann Voskamp inspires »
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Update! Congratulations to four commenters! According to Random Integer, copies of Always There will go to: Gina Williams (4/9 at 8:38 PM) Lisa Stewart (4/10 at 4:47 AM) Lori Dees (4/10 at 1:44 PM) Heather Ratliff (4/11 at 5:02 PM) Hooray for you, ladies! Please email me your street address (amy@amystorms.com) and I’ll get your book to you! Happy reading! See this book? Always There is a compilation of 52 short devotions for moms, publis»
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And the women! They are beautiful, smart. They say things like, Good News requires a new language (Ann Voskamp). They say things like, Learn to hear the call of the moment (Marilyn McEntyre). No one questions their right to speak, to teach men and women together. We are instead at the edge of our seats, waiting, pens poised for what they’ll say next. --Addie Zierman on what it was like at the Calvin Festival of Faith and Writing
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
About a week and a half ago I opened Ann Voskamp's book, One Thousand Gifts, and began to read. I have been a fan of Ann's blog, A Holy Experience, for a while. I ordered her book several months ago, intending to read it this summer. I sat down to begin it at 7:30 AM and read it straight through before noon. It is a powerfully moving testimony about the role that gratitude (and ingratitude) plays in our lives, in shaping us into a particular kind»
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The Spiritual Discipline of Earnestness. A Feature Review of A Thousand Vessels: Poems. Tania Runyan Paperback: WordFarm, 2011. Buy now: [ WordFarm ] Reviewed by Emma Stencil Tania Runyan demonstrates her abilities as an accomplished poet in a study of certain key women of the Bible. The result is A Thousand Vessels, a beautiful collection of verse. This collection is divided into sections, one for each Biblical figure that Runyan explores t»
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{Jonathan} Edwards encountered the Creator in his creation. Or, to use the language of the apostle Paul, God’s “invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made” (Romans 1:20; cf. also Psalms 19 and 104) ...I’ll never again gaze on a giraffe or a bug or a constellation or a cloud or a valley or a mountain stream or a b»
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Well, I had grand intentions of writing an essay about the Incarnational movement of words to flesh, how language pours into our living, the beauty of digital friendships culminating in face-to-face hugs and hellos. But truth be told, I’m pooped. Still catching up on the work that was put on hold two weeks ago for the ever-inspiring Festival of Faith and Writing. And the best I can do right now is bullet points. The Festival of Faith and Wr»
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A symphony moves author Ann Voskamp to ruminate on the nature of performance, acceptance and identity.