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Monday, February 23, 2009

Feeling Lost? Need Directions?

Feeling Lost? Need Directions?

Author Shares Six Tips for Finding Your Route

(Orlando, Florida) Have you ever wished you could look into the future and obtain better insight in order to make wiser decisions for your best outcome? So many times, results from poor choices could have been avoided if we had seriously considered the direction of God's guidance for our lives, instead of trying to figure things out on our own. In her book, Direction: Discernment for the Decisions of Your Life, Cheri Cowell presents six questions readers should ask themselves when facing important decisions. Through observation and exploration, she examines each question and shares examples of how others--from Bible times to present day--have used these questions to find God's way in the story of their lives. From career options to medical decisions to relationship questions, Cowell's instruction and guidance helps readers learn how to make confident choices as they seek God's direction on the road of life.

Paperback: 192 pages

Publisher: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City

ISBN-10: 0834123355

ISBN-13: 978-0834123359

Cost: $14.99

Cheri Cowell, a popular conference speaker and writer, uses her experience in ministry to encourage and equip Christians seeking answers to the unspoken questions of faith. She is earning a degree in theological studies at Asbury Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida, where she and her husband, Randy, call home.

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Check back again....I'll be posting some interesting interview questions by Cheri soon, as well as info on her contest!

Monday, February 2, 2009

I've Fallen off the Wagon

I don't know about you, but it's only Feb. 2 and I've already fallen off the wagon, If I were really honest, I'd admit that I never quite got both legs off the ground and up into the wagon...I've been dragging one foot and bouncing along the ground a number of times. Sigh.

And no, it's not the typical alcohol wagon that I've fallen off, it's the SUGAR wagon. I do have an excuse though, really I do! It's Valentine's Day and Easter. I mean honestly, the stores know my weakness for sugar and they're purposely loading the shelves for both holidays right now. I can't walk into ANY store it seems, without bumping head on into a candy aisle.

How about you? Are you struggling with one or more of your goals that you really wanted to keep this year? Or did you make it all the way through January and are doing great? Feel free to leave a comment and share if you even set a goal, and if so, how you are doing? And if anyone wants help being accountable let me know. I've got a great support group on Facbook that I'll plug you into that have agreed to help hold one another accountable.
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