Amy Rees Anderson

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Reframing How We View Social Media

“The opposite of depression is purpose.”  –(a blog post from Ashley, daughter of Amy Rees Anderson) There was a book I read as a child called “You Are Special” by Max Lucado that I think perfectly teaches this principle. It’s about a wooden doll named Punchinello, who lives in a town full of Wemmicks (other

“He’s not only reading your story, He wrote it.”

“What you and I might rate as an absolute disaster, God may rate as a pimple-level problem that will pass. He views your life the way you view a movie after you’ve read the book. When something bad happens, you feel the air sucked out of the theater. Everyone else gasps at the crisis on

Find Joy In the Ordinary

I came across an article written by Max Lucado, in 2005. It was too good of an article not to share with everyone and the message is amazing! Find Joy In The Ordinary “We played every game we knew. We ran up and down the hall. We played “find me” behind the couch. We bounced the beach



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