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Review of The Next Right Thing by Emily P. Freeman

The Next Right Thing includes wisdom of spiritual direction along with great insight of discerning one’s call or even a big decision your facing through Freeman’s gracious and practical insights, yet lacks much direct Biblical exegesis and leans more heavily on tradition. Freeman has crafted a beautiful read with memorable quotes and insights on the journey of soul searching and decision making including engaging practices and insightful prayers.

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Review of Afraid of All the Things by Scarlet Hiltibidal

I read Afraid of All the Things in two short plane rides. Scarlet is an engaging author who invites you in through her honest, funny stories, and keeps you to bless you with some truth of how the gospel meets us in our deepest and craziest fears. As I sat on a small plane very close to the passenger next to me (who really smelled like beef jerky at 9am) I had to keep from laughing out loud at many of the stories she told.

Anxiety, though, is not the focal point of Afraid of All the Things, rather God is and His perfect love that casts out all fear. Scarlet honest in on the Truth of who God is and how he meets us in all of our fear and wondering with patience and faithfulness that is so radical and intimate.

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