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Grace, Grit and Giggles

Wooohooo! There are only 4 days remaining until our Breaking Up with Perfect Online Study, and I’m over-the-top excited about the plans we have for you!! If you haven’t joined yet, click here to find out all the details about the study which starts Monday, August 1.

I want to apologize to you subscribers for sending out a non-valid link last week for the podcast. We’re back for real this week, and we process what went wrong. Perfectionist fail for both Cheri and me. Please don’t give up on us!

This week…

In this impromptu episode, Amy and Cheri process a week of FOMO, failure, and flashes of insight.

We’d love for you to weigh in, too: What’s your definition of “grit”? (Leave your comment on the link below to enter to win a copy of Breaking Up with Perfect.)

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  1. My thought – Grit – bumps in life – whether it be sins we need to overcome or trials on our path that God wants us to go through to teach us something

  2. Geralyn Miller says:

    May God bless all the speakers and may He use this Online Bible Study to change lives to strengthen and equip us as daughters of God so that we may persevere and take what we glean from this to others… reach out and change even more lives for God’s Kingdom.

  3. Geralyn Miller says:

    Praying for God’s favor so I can join this My FIRST online group study like this. The possibility of learning under you ladies is an exciting prospect to me.

  4. Christianne McCall says:

    I love your podcast! I totally get the FOMO! My definition of grit is sticking through the tough stuff because it is the right thing to do and the outcome in the long run will be great!

    1. Amy Carroll says:

      So happy you like the podcast, Chrstianne. Love your definition of grit!