Rhythms for Life
Choosing Gratitude Over Fear: Ann Voskamp
There is always something to be grateful for.
As many are preparing and reflecting for thanksgiving and the holiday season ahead, this conversation with Ann Voskamp comes at the perfect time. Despite any crises or heartaches you have faced this year, she wants to reminds you that there is always something to be grateful for. Ann actually provides us with practical steps on how to continually choose thankfulness over fear, and she also shares the rhythms that have been life-giving for her this year.
Ann Voskamp is the author of four New York Times Bestsellers: The Broken Way, The Greatest Gift, Unwrapping the Greatest Gift, and One Thousand Gifts. Be sure to checkout her latest project here!
If you liked this episode, you will enjoy hearing from Jonathan and Alena Pitts on Grief and Gratitude here.
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