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Popular blogger, speaker, and bible study leader Teresa Swanstrom Anderson shares her personal story of realizing she wasn't involving God in her plans and how she released her own control so that he could use her life for furthering his kingdom. Learn how you, too, can turn your life over to God and see where he leads.

Have you gotten so caught up in life and your well-intentioned plans that you may have accidentally planned God right out of it all? Teresa Swanstrom Anderson did just that. Her carefully laid out life changed course when she whispered to God, "Send me. Use me."

Be inspired as you listen to Beautifully Interrupted and learn the importance of giving your plans back to God and allow him to expand the borders of your life and heart. This book offers strategies and encouragement for living through the in-between times of waiting, as well as facing trials with grace and active faith. Become equipped to brave the storms and embrace the life-changing power of seeking God's plan first and sacrificing time and set plans in favor of something far greater.

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  • 08-10-18

Healing to the soul

This story is different than mine. Th upbringing, the players, the way children came to my home but somehow Teresa writes in a way that you feel as if you’ve lived the same lives. You understand her struggles and feel as if she is the bosom friend who understands yours so deeply. Much like reading a Shauna Niequest book, you ache to be her best friend because you are sure you’re supposed to love your lives raising kids, sipping coffee, ugly crying, and laughing until said latte comes out your nose. Beautifully Interrupted is a beautiful gift.