The New Year is full of possibilities … and uncertainties. Join Amy and Cheri for a frank discussion of where we look for validation when we’re feeling insecure and the difference it makes when Jesus fills our empty places. They also share their words for 2019, along with an announcement about how they’re already living those words out.



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  1. Rhonda Richey says:

    Here you go:

    History and Etymology for rest
    Noun (1)

    Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German rasta rest and perhaps to Old High German ruowa calm

    Noun (2)

    Middle English reste, literally, stoppage, short for areste, from Anglo-French arest, from arester to arrest

    Noun (3)

    Middle English, from Anglo-French reste, from rester to remain, from Latin restare, from re- + stare to stand — more at STAND

  2. Debbie G. says:

    Wonderful message ladies! Looking forward to the archive messages as we rest and reflect.

    See you in February!

  3. Love this episode. I tend to go to retail therapy when I feel I am not meeting the expectations of others or when I feel Intimidated by others or just not good enough.
    My word for 2019 is GROW (Give of my time and talents, Rely on God’s Word, Obey His guidance,Wait for God’s Will)
    Love you girls happy resting and reflecting and I will for sure be back to listen in February! Until then then Look Up, Let Go, Live Joy!

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