RHYTHMS OF GRACE

  • Matthew 11:28-30, The Message
    "Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out on religion? Come to me... Walk with me and work with me--watch how I do it. Learn the unforced rhythms of grace."

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  • Lisa Samson
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RHYTHMS OF GRACE COMMUNITY

  • Dr. Harold/Marriage Rocks
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  • Linda Fulkerson
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  • Paul Dawn
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  • GenaRay
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  • Paula M
    Homeschooling mom and writer. Great heart for God.
  • Patricia W
    IT professional, pastor's wife, mom and aspiring author
  • Kim "Butta"
    Takes on hip hop, celebrities, award shows and other things that make you go hmmm...
  • Jasai
    She runs one of the best mama blogs on the net. A great writer in her own right as well.
  • Angie Poole
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  • Bernadette
    Bernadette is married to the...ahem...professor who introduced me to my husband. She's an all-around literary sistah.
  • Lisa C
    New friend with a cool mama blog.
  • Heather Diane Tipton
    Heather is a virtual assistant for authors, a writer and a faithful friend. She gets around here as much as he can.
  • Misha
    A journal of a Canadian English student. Writings and more.
  • Kimber
    Kimber won MADE OF HONOR on the first blog tour and she's been around ever since. And we're glad. :)
  • Bonnie Calhoun
    Bonnie is a frequent commenter, member of ACFW, writer and avid book blogger.
  • Pammer
    Pammer is a dear I met on the Steeple Hill boards and at ACFW conference. She writes faith-based intrigue and hangs out here frequently.
  • Donielle
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  • Camy Tang
    Asian chick lit author with a great sense of humor. Runs Story Sensei critique service.

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Comments

Jennifer C.

If I could be anyone from Rhythms of Grace, I would pick to be Grace. Grace’s family moved her away when something bad happened, so all she ever knew was to push pass the pain and keep on living. I’m not sure I am strong enough today to return to a place where I was hurt really, badly, and in a way let down by those who should’ve protected me. But she did and that is the type of courage I would want. For me Grace stood for so many things. Even the connection she had with Brian, when he first played the drums for her and she dance freely, signified that she was strong willed from day one. And no matter what others said about her she was full of grace (no pun intended). She accepted herself for who she was.

When she returned to Testimony, I believed she made the people who have been living in that town for so long start to look at the things they had been trying to avoid all this time. From Brian dealing with his past, to Zeely still worrying about what others would think about her being in love with Ron. Grace owned who she was and knew she wasn’t perfect. As reluctant as she was to return to Testimony she did it because she was asked to, but mostly as a way to face her demons. That to me is a selfless act as well as proving to those around her and herself that she could overcome any obstacle placed in front of her.

Neecha

I can't BELIEVE I missed this contest and on my BIRTHDAY no less! It's cool because November 1st I have my copy!!!!!!!

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Hey Marilynn

Do you have any new books coming out?

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