Hi y'all! A couple years ago, I kept hearing about this book, One Thousand Gifts. People I knew online were reading it and loving it, and encouraging others to read it too. I finally bought it, read it, and loved it. Seriously loved it. It was a life-changer. It made me realize how to be more positive, less negative; how to appreciate my friends and family more; and how to be thankful for all of life's little moments, to get through the bigger (and more difficult) moments.
The beginning of September marked the beginning of the fall quarter for our church, and I started a Ladies' class on Wednesday nights and am teaching through this book. Some of the ladies have already read it, some have even taken the challenge before to do the "gratitude lists", but some of them, this is completely new to. It's been wonderful to read through the book again, intentionally taking my time, digging deep, and spending a lot of time reflecting on what I've read and what it means to me, in order to do a good job teaching. I can feel it changing my life again. Challenging me. Making me evaluate my life. Making me grow.
from onethousandgifts.com :
And if you're interested in joining our study remotely (my SIL is doing it as well), I'd love to have you. Just send me an email or leave me a comment letting me know and I'll email you the student handouts. (If you leave a comment, make sure you leave your email address so I can contact you.)
Have you ever read a book that changed your life? If so, what was it?