Friday, November 29, 2013

A Million Little Ways: A Book Review

About The Book:

Do you desperately fear you have nothing to offer the world but secretly hope you're wrong? 

You were born to make art. You were made to live art. You might not see yourself as an artist, but you are--in so many unexpected ways. In what you create, whether poetry or pie, sculpture or sand castle, calligraphy or conversation. It's time to uncover the shape of your soul, turn down the voice of the inner critic, and move into the world with the courage to be who you most deeply are. 

Creating a life of meaning is not about finding that one great thing you were made to do, it's about knowing the one great God you were made to glorify--in a million little ways.


You can read an excerpt of this book, here, in PDF format



About The Author:

Emily Freeman is the author of Grace for the Good Girl and Graceful. Whether writing or speaking, Emily's words create space for souls to breathe, offering fresh perspective on the gracefulness of the everyday and the sacredness of our inner lives. She and her husband John live in North Carolina with their three children. Connect with Emily online at www.emilypfreeman.com where you'll find her blog, Chatting at the Sky.

My Review:

If you are a fan of author Ann Voskamp, and I am, then you absolutely love Emily Freeman! Her writing is beautiful, inspirational, challenging and encouraging. It is a book that I will defintitely go back and read to get deeper into but my copy has already been marked up and notes every where:) If you love the world of art, you will find yourself relating to this book in so many ways, and if you don't you will! It will remind you of your truest purpose as a Christian and that is to glorify God with not only our gifts but in all we do! A spectacular read and one that I highly recommend!

BUY IT: You can purchase A Million Little Ways at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

***I received a complimentary copy of this book, courtesy of Graf-Martin Communications Inc., and Baker Publishing Group, for the purpose of review on this blog. All opinions expressed are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner***

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