Tag: Beth Moore

Looking For Lovely Gift Guide for Your Single Friend!

on December 15, 2016 in Looking For Lovely with 1 comment by

Well listen.

If Lifeway is gonna let you have a copy of Looking For Lovely for only FIVE AMERICAN DOLLARS, I’m gonna help you build out a little gift for a few different women in your life.

Today- let’s talk about those lovely single gals in your life! In addition to a copy of Looking For Lovely, here are a few gift ideas I loooooove that I think any of your single friends will love too. So pick a few or pick ’em all, but they will be great co-gifts with the book!

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Looking For Lovely Gift Guide for Your Single Friend!

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Grace & Perseverance bracelet :: just like my wrist tattoos I write about in the book, but with less pain (or permanency).

Entrusted by Beth Moore :: I just finished this study and I looooooved it deeply.

Queen Radiant Lipstick :: this stuff is amazing. All the shades are beautiful, but Queen is the one I can’t quit.

Let’s All Be Brave Mug :: I drink out of it twice a week at least, depending on my dishwasher.

Young Living Deep Relief Roller :: I don’t sell oils, but my friend Brittany does, and this deep relief roller has legit changed my life. I get lots of migraines and this puppy helps a ton.

Garden & Gun :: I love this magazine.

Women’s Foil Print Vintage Vee Tee :: this pink t-shirt with gold foil dots is the cutest I’ve seen at Target in a while.

The Road Back To You :: the enneagram is one of my favorite things to talk about and I think we could all really benefit from learning about ourselves and each other.

(And don’t forget that after you buy Looking For Lovely, let me sign it for you!)

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So there you go! Gifts gifts gifts for daaaayyyysss! Well, for one day. Christmas Day. December 25. Just in case you needed that reminder.

In case you missed it, I posted some gift ideas for young women, and a longer list for the moms in your life! Also, if you have any gift recommendations to go along with Looking For Lovely, leave it down in the comments for us. That’ll be fun to see what y’all share too.

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31 Books: Praying God’s Word (Book #30)

on October 30, 2014 in 31 Books Every Young Woman Needs with no comments by


prayingTitle: Praying God’s Word

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Beth Moore

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What the book is about:

Praying God’s Word is the perennial favorite Scripture-prayer resource designed to help us decisively overcome specific strongholds: pride, idolatry, addiction, loss, depression, unbelief, temptation, and more.

No matter how overwhelmed or out of control a person may feel today, Beth boldly reminds us that nothing is bigger or more powerful than the Lord. With this landmark book we learn to wield the sword of the Spirit, praying God’s Word to break free from anything that has a hold on us until the joy and authority of Christ rules in our lives.

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Why I like it:

This book sits on the table beside my chair where I read my Bible and journal and I bet I pick it up three times a week, easy. What Beth has done in this book is outline some common areas of struggle and prayer focus and give you the Bible verses to pray over for that particular topic. It is a lifesaver and a God-send and I use that puppy like nobody’s business. Don’t tell my small group, but they are all going to get a copy this year. I think it is one of the most valuable tools to have in your daily walk with Christ.

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Buy it here.



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My writing table.

on June 17, 2010 in I heart books., Ze Bloggy Goodness with 9 comments by

I have long wanted to use this table well. It used to be my grandmother’s. It sat in her bedroom, beside her bed. I’ve had it since she passed away in 1999, but this is the first time I feel like it is being fully appreciated.

And by that, I mean, “many-a-stacks live here.”

I sat at my computer today, trying to finish up an article for Little Black Dress Little Red Wagon Magazine, and I got 100% distracted by the piles on Kath’s table. Then my bloggy brain started turning and I decided to tell you what is on the table. And because I’m a freak of nature, I numbered things on my table. Weird-O, party of 1.

  1. Discerning the Voice of God by Priscilla Shirer. Our girls Bible study is just beginning this and I, for one, am thrilled about it.
  2. Notes From The Tilt-A-Whirl by ND Wilson. Dave told me to read this book and he has never led me astray literarily, so I trusted him. I bought it first on my Kindle and then loved it so much that I wanted a real shelf copy. It’s awesome.
  3. A deck of cards that Drew Worsham left at my house. He’s a magician. I think that’s like leaving your briefcase somewhere, but I don’t know. I just wish the bunnies would stop popping out of the box. [A little magic humor, anyone? Yeah?] I don’t know why the deck is sitting on this table, I guess I just can’t figure out where to keep my magic supplies.
  4. A picture of my two best friends from home, Molly and Haley. It’s like an anchor.
  5. A serious stack of books that I should be reading but I’m not [currently]. Including things from Mike Bickle, Beth Moore, and Madeleine L’Engle.
  6. A copy of my very favorite magazine in the WORLD- Real Simple. I adore it, plain and… well… simple. [ouch- worse than the bunny joke, right?]
  7. Would you believe that this is where I keep my most important documents? I know that is ridiculous, but I also know EXACTLY where the important stuff is. So. Someday I’ll get a safe or something, but for now, this spot will do just fine.
  8. A notebook full of my letters from Fred- my Compassion kid. Love him to pieces.
  9. A cup from Seaside, Florida. Because I eat breakfast here. And drink orange juice, even though it is high in calories because some things, people, are worth the calories.
  10. My prayer cards. Remember? I told you about my praying plan here.

So there you go. The things I stare at day after day, yet never clean up. The piles run in the family. It’s my heritage.

Procrastination over. Back to writing.

Happy Thursday! 🙂

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