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Everyday Grace by Jessica Thompson

In Everyday Grace, Jessica Thompson discusses the importance of working through relationships with God’s grace. She emphasizes that Christianity is not about relying on your own strength to be better and do better because failure is part of life. 405 more words

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Everyday Grace by Jessica Thompson

This is not a “How to” advice book.  It has few suggestions for doing, but is filled with ways to find or receive God’s grace in relationships with others.  202 more words

God Must Be Mad At Me

If your experiences are anything like mine, you’ve probably had other Christians respond to your insistence that God isn’t mad at them by bringing up passages like Revelation 3:19 which says, “Those whom I love, I reprove and discipline, so be zealous and repent.” It’s almost as though, in some morbid sense, we… 695 more words

Law And Gospel

Jessica Thompson

This is a new segment here in my blog, and I will try my best to feature different author every month. This is to show you guys who are the authors who made a big impact in my reading life or life in general and why I love their works to no end. 825 more words

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Looking Back On A Day In the Life of a Creative

Jessica Thompson never has any trouble finding inspiration.

This Austin, Texas-based creative runs her own creative agency, as well as Velvet Dust, a digital publication that explores art, fashion, and more. 518 more words

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Everyday Grace

Everyday Grace: Infusing All Your Relationships with the Love of Jesus by Jessica Thompson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“It’s hard, sometimes, to get over that thing your husband said weeks ago; or to resolve that tension with your colleague at work; or to fix a lifelong friendship that’s taken a bad turn. 350 more words

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Guest Instagrammer: Finding Inspiration in All Corners of the World

As an art director and creative producer, Jessica Thompson always seeks new sources of inspiration.

With a passion for art, Jessica uses her digital magazine, … 639 more words

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