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Lysa TerKeurst is an author and speaker who encourages women to live a Christian life through their faith in Jesus Christ. She is President of Proverbs 31 Ministries, which can be seen online at www.proverbs31.org. Lysa is married to Art TerKeurst. They have three children by birth and adopted two show more teenage boys from a war-torn orphanage in Liberia, Africa. When they adopted these boys it started a domino effect within their community and other families adopted over 45 children from the same orphanage! She lives with her family near Charlotte, NC. Her books include, Made to Crave: Satisfying Your Deepest Desire With God, Not Food, and Embraced: 100 Devotions to Know God's Love Right Where You Are, and It's Not Supposed to Be This Way: Finding Unexpected Strength When Disappointments Leave You Shattered. (Bowker Author Biography) show less
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Works by Lysa TerKeurst

Craving God: A 21-Day Devotional Challenge (2011) — Author — 52 copies
Living Life on Purpose (2000) 34 copies
Say Yes to God Journal (2014) 3 copies
Vai Dar Tudo Certo (2022) 2 copies
The Best Yes 2 copies
Unplugged 1 copy
Stworzona, by pragnac (2014) 1 copy


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Charlotte, North Carolina, USA



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Lysa explains how we all go through trials in this world and it is not because God has abandoned us!
Gail726 | 3 other reviews | Jan 11, 2024 |
I loved this book! I took my time with it and read one chapter a day (with breaks between days) and journaled a lot as I read through this. This is so relatable on so many different levels, I found myself going "Yes! She gets me! Exactly!!" I love all the personal stories in here and the scriptures used were perfect. This is definitely one I'll be reading many, many times.
VanessaMarieBooks | 10 other reviews | Dec 10, 2023 |
Book review: https://youtu.be/A5fN-ogKdws (review starts at 16:50)
VanessaMarieBooks | 4 other reviews | Dec 10, 2023 |
My small group at my church went through this book and we watched the videos that came along with the book and did the exercises included. I liked the book but I didn't love it. I liked the stories and examples used in this book, mainly because I learn best through stories and examples and I liked that she shared her own personal stories of mistakes and progress she's made. However I just couldn't relate to some of the examples in the book. Like when she talked about her credit card not being accepted and just from that she started thinking "You're nothing but a loser. You are unwanted. You are unloved. You are so disorganized. You are poor. You are not acceptable. You are not approved." How do you start thinking you're a loser who's unwanted and unloved just because your card was declined? I would have just thought either "it's a mistake" or "I'm terrible with finances" (which I know I am), but I would never start thinking I'm unloved or unwanted because my credit card was declined, that seems like a pretty far stretch to me. What I liked most about the book is that she emphasizes making imperfect progress. It's not about learning to be perfect, it's about making progress and taking steps to control our emotions. There will be days when I still mess up but as long as I keep trying and making progress, that's what counts. Overall it was a pretty good book and I'd give it a 3 out of 5 stars.… (more)
VanessaMarieBooks | 7 other reviews | Dec 10, 2023 |



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