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So, do you recognize the gal sitting between me and Jess? It’s time for our new book club announcement!!!! Hop over here to watch and hear more about it
You two are always so funny together!
Philippians 4:8-9 Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things. Those things, which ye have both learned, and received, and heard, and seen in me, do: and the God of peace shall be with you.
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I have followed your blogs on and off for years and am happy for all the new things going on in your life. You have inspired me to pick up my pen again and starting writing and blogging with God’s hand! Check out my blog for an uplifting devotion — http://www.hespeaksministries.blogspot.com
Hi Angie I have never commented before but am super excited about this book But I HAVE to tell you to go back and listen to your video you did with Jess because I’m DYING I’m laughing so hard (and because you have such a dry sense of humor I’m sure you will think this is hysterical too) but when you told Jess her type ‘A-ness’ was rubbing off on you, I kept having to replay because I was like WHAT??!! Say it real fast and you’ll get it Love you Angie…if I knew you in real life, I KNOW we’d be best friends You have RICHLY blessed me. xoxo
Oh, Angie! The Lord is tugging on my heart with this one. I would deeply love to read this book with you all, and am struggling to decide because I am about to head back to Grad school and my time is so very limited. On top of all that, as we all know, college students have a large lack of income. I will be praying fervently about this one!
I am ordering my book for my Kindle but would like to sponsor a book for someone else. How is this done? Is there a sponsor fund set up?
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Know that I’m always here praying!
Psalms 121:3-5 He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: he that keepeth thee will not slumber. Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. The LORD is thy keeper: the LORD is thy shade upon thy right hand.
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I have not commented here before but I just want to let you know that I have ordered this book and am hoping to follow along with the book club… all the way here from Australia! xx Tracey
Okay, I just have to say that when I saw that picture I totally thought that was Valerie Burtonelli (sp?) sitting between you and Jess.
Hope this book blesses everyone who participates!! Hugs!
I went to the Women of Faith Conference in Columbus. Your testimony has helped me so much. After the WOF conference I started reading your blog. I couldn’t stop reading or crying. I started from the beginning and read for several hours. After reading your blog I started sharing your story with my friends and family. Now that you have this new blog I can’t get back to the beginning of your blog. Is there anyway you can fix this? I have so many friends and family that want to read your testimoney from the beginning. Your a wonderful speaker and writer and you have touched my life. I love the relationship and faith you share with our Lord. Thank you for sharing your gift. I look forward to reading both of your books. I will pray for you and your family.
I received my free book in the mail today. I was so excited! AND so thankful that you would send me the book for free. My husband and I are facing bankruptcy and such kindnesses really mean alot in these times. Thank you!
It looks like a great book!
I was at Pittsburgh Women of Faith last weekend and you blessed me so much. I am reading your book “I Will Carry You”. It is helping me through my own loss. My husband and I adopted through Catholic Charities in conjunction with our local Office of Children and Youth. We were NOT foster parents but adoptive parents for children coming out of the system. On 12/24/08, we were given a baby boy (Nicholas) to adopt. He was taken from our home in April 2009 and placed with family. We were able to adopt 2 brothers (now 13 and 2) who are my gifts from God. When another baby brother (Gabriel) of theirs was born (premature, drug-addicted, special needs), he was placed with us for adoption. He was removed from our home 15 months later to be given to other family members. The difference in this grief and other grief is that my babies are not with Jesus safe in heaven. I don’t know if they are being loved and cared for. Today is 8 months to the day since we lost our Baby Gabe and his big brother Ray (2) is still carrying around his imaginary brother Baby Gabe in his arms this morning. Like you have said many times in your blog, “THIS HAS BEEN A HARD WEEK.” In the midst of this, your words are providing comfort and an outlet for my grief. God is using you through your horrific situation. I know in my heart He will use my family as well. We have been chosen for this burden for a reason and our hands are on the rock of Lazurus’ tomb. We are pushing and waiting….
I was at Women of Faith in St. Paul this past weekend and loved your talk. You are amazing!
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I was at WOF in Hartford and you were just awesome!! Can you help me you used the word Kurious in the context of one who belongs to God. Can you please give me the correct spelling and the full definition. I did not have anything to write it down…. Thank you!
I believe you spell it Kyrios and meaning is Son of God… I was at the conference and it was fascinating to hear your story Angie! Thank you for being transparent about what you went through. God Bless you!
Angie, this is going to sound strange, but… I heard you at the WOF in Atlanta and that still Small Voice told me I had to get you a copy of my book. The problem was, I hadn’t published it yet. You may not even read these comments, but I know that I am to get it to you somehow. It is called: An Infertility Journey: A Clear Walk With Thee. Please allow me to send you a copy. I am trying to be obedient. Charity.Clear@gmail.com
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