Thursday, April 11, 2019
Exceedingly By Anita Brooks
ersonal encouragement and inspiration for finding your unique calling
"Am I making a difference?" "Can I accomplish meaningful things despite the mistakes I've made?" "How can I know God's purpose for me?"
As the true stories in Exceedingly demonstrate, whether famous or entirely unknown, we all struggle to find significance in our lives. But the truth is that each one of us has a special reason for being right here, right now--and we can discover exactly what that is.
Anita Agers-Brooks walks through simple yet powerful strategies, skills, and exercises to do just that. Through practical application and inspiration from people like the late country music star Troy Gentry, readers will identify and hone their natural traits, raw talents, and untapped abilities. Uncovering our purpose doesn't require big personalities, perfect lives, or an issue-free past. We only have to make the effort to learn to see ourselves as God does and fulfill the personal purpose we were made for.
Seekers who engage with Anita will find their quest leads to one amazing conclusion: if they unearth what they've been given and dare to believe, their Maker will do exceedingly, abundantly more with their lives than they've ever imagined.
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Anita Agers-Brooks is a writer, speaker, and certified life coach with a passion for encouraging people to seek biblical guidance for emotional issues. She is also a multi-published, award-winning author whose previous titles include Getting Through What You Can't Get Over and Death Defied, Life Defined, and is also the host of Tending Your Dreams, a globally popular podcast. Anita lives in Cuba, Missouri.
Learning to live your life with purpose. Don't we all think about that from time to time?
This book has scripture to read in the mind,body,and spirit strengtheners section on the end of each chapter.
This would be a useful book for small groups and bible study groups.
Check out the 4 star book, to help build you up.
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