Have You Seen? {February 21st, 2021}

Last Week’s Theme: Noise

The Overwhelming Noise of Social Media by Joy Smalley—”Big ideas only make a difference through the smallest of actions. So, instead of focusing on big and grand ideas, I will begin to act out my convictions on the lowest of levels.”

A Strange Occupation {Book Club} by Rachel Kahindi—”And so Gladys and 100 children were stuck there, with no way forward. The faith of a child was all that was needed for them to cross.”

The Discipline of Tuning Out by Beth Barthelemy—”There’s this idea that to be learning and growing, we need to be informed, connected, keeping up. It can be almost shameful to be ‘uninformed.’ Is it possible, however, that often the best learning happens in the quiet?”

In the Quiet and in the Fray, Say His Name by Monica F—”Life is noise. Noise can be distracting, deafening, unsettling, or intrusive. It can take up space and leave you ragged. Or… noise can awaken your mind.”

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And Now For Next Week

The theme is…

You’re invited!

We are so excited to share about our upcoming Online Retreat! This week you will hear stories from women who have been encouraged and enriched by their retreat experience. You will also learn more about the theme of the 2021 Online Retreat.

Early Bird pricing for the Retreat starts Saturday, February 20th at 6:00 PM Eastern and goes through Friday, February 26th at 11:59 PM Eastern. We love getting to offer this special price as we start registration for the Retreat!

Process the season of your soul and discover God’s personal invitation for you. Join us this week as we launch registration!

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