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A Thousand Ways God Loves You: An Interview with Ann Voskamp

Vol. 114, Prg. 1–5
November 12–16, 2012

Author Ann Voskamp joins Mike Farris this week on Home School Heartbeat to share how her family’s practice of gratitude has helped form the core of their family life. “I grabbed a piece of paper, began jotting down things that I loved just during the day...Research actually indicates that if you write down what you’re grateful for, it increases your happiness by 25%, and who doesn’t want that?”

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Counting God’s Gifts
Grace in the Nitty-Gritty
Stressed Out? Give Thanks!
Pick Up a Pen
Helping Children Learn Thankfulness

Ann Voskamp:
Ann Voskamp is a farmer’s wife, the home-educating mama to a half-dozen exuberant kids, and the author of the New York Times bestseller One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are. She tells stories. She takes pictures. She sees the whole earth full of the glory of God. A columnist with DaySpring, a contributing editor to Laity Lodge’s The High Calling, and a writer of articles featured in WORLD Magazine, The Huffington Post, and Christianity Today, Ann partners with Compassion International as a global advocate for needy children. The poor have made her rich and telling the stories of those who need a voice has changed her own story. Ann can be found writing about messy grace and a magnificent God at her daily online journal. Visit Ann's website at: http://www.onethousandgifts.com.

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One Thousand Gifts

Ann Voskamp

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