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how to deal with disappointment.

Just finished listening to this sermon and it has blessed me so much. I felt that God’s speaking to me personally through this, that I couldn’t help not to laugh and cry at the same time. 183 more words


Crash the Chatterbox Review

Crash the Chatterbox is a book about chatting. Chatting that goes on up in your head. Steven Furtick is the lead pastor of Elevation Church Charlotte, NC. 166 more words

Book Review

What I'm Reading: September

As I’ve stated before, I’m loving to read right now. It’s been a mixture of personal growth, leadership, spiritual growth and on. So here’s what I’ve been reading this lovely month of September. 254 more words


“Imagine with me: How radically different would modern American youth culture be if we stopped raising our kids to survive their world and started empowering them with a vision to change it?”

-Steven Furtick


Book Review: Crash the Chatterbox

Hey there friends! Got another book review for you to check out. This one is on Steven Furtick’s latest book Crash the Chatterbox: Hearing God’s Voice Above All Others. 460 more words


From the Bookshelf: Crash the Chatterbox

Crash the Chatterbox by Steven Furtick was an easy, engaging read with practical applications that I think will prove useful in the days to come. Starting with a captivating introduction, Furtick gives a look at one of his mornings and explains that if we are not careful the chatter can ruin a day before it really starts. 411 more words


Alignment of Expectancy

Our desires can often go awry when they are unredeemed. I love words and I have desired for a long time to write a book, in fact this is a season of my life that I have an opportunity to do this. 667 more words