I have some Eternal Encouragement for you

"What to cling to on days when you're drowning." Ann Voskamp said that.

Do you ever have those overwhelming days?

Days where you are tired before you even get out of bed?

When I'm having those moments I must be wise in who I talk to about how I am feeling if I share at all.  People, especially those who have not been called to homeschool are quick to tell me the many ways to alleviate my problem.  The first being is to put the kids into a "regular" school.



For me however, God has grown and discipled me more through what I've read, than who I've talked to.

Any since beginning my blog He has used an even newer and different way of ministering to me.  More often than not, if you have been visiting me for any length of time you know that I still read and share my reviews on books.  I certainly share my favorite blogs with you.

But now I have something new to share.  It's something that until recently I'd actually shun.  And that is newsletters and online magazines.

I love finding reassurance sisters.  Knowing that some of you have either gone through what I'm going through or vice-versa gives me hope.  It gives me Eternal Encouragement.



It is for that reason alone that I decided to become a reviewer for Gabby Moms and take a look at their eemagaizine.

Isn't that the greatest name for a Christian magazine geared  to enocurage the Christian woman?  To know that we are understood, to know that we are not in this alone is the best feeling for me because I do get weary.  But it is ministries like Eternal Encouragement that helps me find that gateway to joy.  That encouragement.  It helps me get my eyes off of me and place them back on where they need to be: things eternal.

I encourage you to grab a cup of tea, coffee, or your favorite beverage and visit Eternal Encouragement, you will not be disappointed and you are sure to find something there be it a story, product or both that will meet your need.



Be encouraged today in knowing that you are not alone regardless of what you are going through.  And you may even chose not to share what you're going through with anyone, but I bet if you head on over to EE you will surely meet God there and He will have something special to say to you.


So what do you cling to on days when you feel like you're drowning?  Cling to eternal encouragement no matter which way you find it.  Just find it.

I'm a reviewer for Gabby Mom


xo, Angela

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9 comments:

  1. I soak up encouragement like a sponge.  Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I all need encouragement!  Like you said, to find it from someone who has been there, done that, is so refreshing....

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  3. Angela thank you for sharing honestly your struggles, wisdom and encouragement. I look forward to coming back :)

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  4. I totally agree with your line: "God has grown and discipled me more through what I've read, than who I've talked to."
    Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Thanks for the encouragement and great post!

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