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The book is wonderful! Don't let the word "art" fool you into thinking you have to be an "artist" to read it. This book speaks to readers in all different walks of life. Emily Freeman has just a fresh and encouraging writing style. This book has literally changed my perspective on what I have to offer this world. I think it's especially helpful for those struggling with doubt, fear, and even perfectionism. If you believe you have nothing to offer, but deep down hope that you do, this book is a MUST READ. Be prepared to experience new found faith, courage, desire and encouragement.
A Million Little Ways, my No. 1 book of the Year, is more than just a book. It is God helping me discover that I am gifted; showing me the areas of my gifting and the purpose of the gifting. It is God-inspired writing for such a time as this. I needed to hear the words so aptly written in simple and clear words. Highly recommended.God bless you Emily, more than a million ways!
Loved loved loved the book! Would recommend it to all my friends!!!! It is hard to read books on Christian living but this one was a breeze! Loved having the interactive book club!!!!
I have already recommended this book to many of my friends in Bible study group. Even shared video from online with a few. WONDERFUL book. And many thanks to the person who sponsered me.
This book is one I will continue to refer to and reread! It was an awesome Bloom book club selection this Fall. So many have been (in)couraged to realize and release their inner art after reading Emily Freeman's book. To quote her, "We are a poem written inside the person of Christ and exist to carry out his inner desire--an image bearer with a job to do." Simply life changing!
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