I Want It All!

Have you ever watched the High School musical movies? Everytime I read the title of this book, I have to sing it!!

So the question is, Do you want it all? --Because God wants you to have "it all" and even more!!

This was an encouraging read. Filled with real-life anecdotes and memorable quotes, there were many things that I took away from this book.  I will give you a little sneak peak and share the first and last sentences that I highlighted in my kindle!  "...the great life He intends for us to live begins and ends with the Word. The Word made flesh: Jesus." And the final one: "Being a woman of impact is not about doing more each day, it's about living to be led by Jesus with the days you are given."

Broken up into easy to read chapters, this would be a nice book to work through as a group.  Each chapter ends with reflection questions to help you on your journey.  Click on the book, if you are interested in purchasing through Amazon!

I Want It All


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