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Just like you, Ann Voskamp hungers to live her one life well. Forget the bucket lists that have us escaping our everyday lives for exotic experiences. 'How,' Ann wondered, 'do we find joy in the midst of deadlines, debt, drama, and daily duties? What does the Christ-life really look like when your days are gritty, long -- and sometimes even dark? How is God even here?'
In One Thousand Gifts, Ann invites you to embrace everyday blessings and embark on the transformative spiritual discipline of chronicling God's gifts. It's only in this expressing of gratitude for the life we already have, we discover the life we've always wanted--a life we can take, give thanks for, and break for others. We come to feel and know the impossible right down in our bones: we are wildly loved--by God. Let Ann's beautiful, heart-aching stories of the everyday give you a way of seeing that opens your eyes to ordinary amazing grace, a way of being present to God that makes you deeply happy, and a way of living that is finally fully alive. Come live the best dare of all!
My ladies bible study is really enjoying the video & book. It's a very uplifting studyPublished 14 hours ago by Deborah Gort
An amazing and thought-provoking book that makes you remember the little things in life that God provides.Published 5 days ago by Sueb4you
I LOVE the way that Ann writes! I've never read anything in this style before. From the heart - through the pain - honest emotions and thoughts.Published 7 days ago by Terry Kole DeYonker
This book is awesome. For those who are seeking more in life, joy in life....this is for you. Counting all of the ways God has blessed me is essentially counting all of the ways He... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kayla E Branham
was intrigued and challenged by this book. I didn't realize how 'glass half empty' I had become as I aged. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Sharon S. Stewart