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Let It Go : 5 Things You Don't Need Taking Up Space In Your Heart

Too often we carry our wounds from one battle into another or hold onto them even after the battle is long past. By constantly revisiting and dwelling on these traumatic memories we can unintentionally allow the seeds of worry, fear and insecurity to be sown. All of which can sprout and grow and become life choking, just like a wild vine or a flower bed full of weeds.

In this study journal, I have invited several of our Soul Friends to join in this discussion about some things God has helped them to let go of in their own lives. Fear, bitterness, regret, shame and people-pleasing. Do you have any of these weeds sprouting in your life?

Join us to let it go.

Feel free to use these study materials at your own pace. Each of the 5 sections features a different topic and worksheets with additional journaling space. The teachings are short and could be used daily or weekly. It also makes a great study journal to use in a group setting with your friends or study partners.

Authors: Gretchen Fleming, Karen Friday, Amy Elaine Martinez, Mitzi Neely, Melanie Redd, Jana Kennedy Spicer
Content: Digital Download, 57 pages, 1 file
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If I allow the weeds of the past to grow, they will not allow any room for my present to bloom and flourish.

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Let It Go

Human emotions are like roller coasters and what hurts today can be forgiven tomorrow. We never know what someone is going through, and we should never judge.

- Mitzi Neely, Let It Go

Past mistakes and sin keep us chained to regret. But a godly repentance helps us let go and ask forgiveness from God and others. Then, those chains no longer hold us captive.

- Karen Friday, Let It Go

Being brave means trusting our ugly truths to the grace giving God who sees us and loves us still.

- Amy  Elaine Martinez, Let It Go

S.A.V.O.R. the Season

“Savor”, by definition, means 1) to give oneself to the enjoyment of, 2) to appreciate fully, enjoy or relish. And this devotional series is written about how we can savor this winter season through Biblical principles. Honestly, these teachings really apply all year long.

You can use these teachings at the pace which you prefer, maybe one a day for a week, or maybe one a week over several weeks. At any rate, with each of the five topics you will find:
• Devotional style teaching
• Study and application questions
• Creative journaling artwork
• A favorite recipe from our authors
• Extra journaling space
• Hand-lettered focus Scripture

Authors : Monica Bard, Jodie Barrett, Sue Moore Donaldson, Natalia Drumm, Elaine Lankford, Mitzi Neely, Jana Kennedy Spicer
Content: Digital Download, 42 pages, 1 files 
Email address provided here will be made available to contributing authors.

"Jesus is calling us to stop walking in step with the world and start walking in step with the Word.
Because when we walk in step with Jesus, our soul finds rest."

- Natalia Drumm, SAVOR the Season

"Instead of viewing God's laws as a dry list of do's and don'ts meant to keep us in line for the sake of control, we must acknowledge that His ways are higher than ours. Against the grain of human pride, we need to simply admit He is right."

- Elaine Lankford, SAVOR the Season

"Hospitality began with God. He invited you to know Him, knocking at your heart's door and beginning an intimate relationship. Once you open your heart to His invitation, He asks you to extend His invitation to your world."

- Sue Moore Donaldson, SAVOR the Season

"We should revel in the greatest victory and rescue of all: the birth of Jesus Christ, God taking on human flesh, humbly born in a manger."

- Monica Bard, SAVOR the Season

Every Good Gift

Christmas used to be my busiest time of the year. I say “used to” because after many years of over-hype, over-hustle and over-spending, the hubby and I started some new traditions and shifted our focus back to the real reason for this season.
I would love to encourage you to do the same.
"Every Good Gift" is a self paced 7 Scripture based Bible Study Journal focused on the greatest gift of all - Jesus Christ!
Includes devotions, study journal pages, scripture cards, prayer tags, note cards, journaling template, color page and more!

Author: Jana Kennedy Spicer
Content: Digital Download, 80 pages, 2 files 

"Let's be more consumed with the Creator of all things, rather than the things created.."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Every Good Gift

"If we are not paying attention, we can ignore the signs pointing directly to God's miracle."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Every Good Gift

"God's truth is more powerful than our doubt."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Every Good Gift

"God provides us with a hope for the future, a hope for eternity with Him."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Every Good Gift

Together We're Better

Companion to The Woven Journal & Fellowship Devos

The "Together We're Better" Scripture Journal is a free printable 7-day journal featuring a "fellowship" focused Scripture List and step-by-step instructions for 3 Bible Study methods.  
Resources include:
  • Scripture Reading List
  • Daily Quick Study, Individual Study & Group Study Instructions
  • Quote Art
  • Journal Pages
  • Journaling Template / Colorable bookmark
Includes a bonus 31 day "Fellowship" Scripture Reading Plan.

Author: Jana Kennedy Spicer
Content: Digital Download, 19 pages, 1 file 

"One of the most beautiful aspects of being a child of God is that in addition to being
reborn into a new life, we are also reborn into a new family.
God calls us to Him and welcomes us into His family.."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Together We're Better

"Alone we can do so little,
together we can do so much."

- Helen Keller

"Unity does not mean sameness,
it means oneness of purpose."

- Prischiia Shirer

Inspire Someone Today

The "Inspire Someone Today" Challenge is a free printable 5-day series featuring a daily short devotional and activity challenge to encourage you to become an influence to those around you.  Topical challenges include:
  • Praying for others
  • Caring for others
  • Expressing Gratitude to others
  • Building Up others
  • Shepherding others
Includes 5 days of FREE printables and BONUS printable Scripture cards.

Author: Jana Kennedy Spicer
Content: Digital Download, 31 pages, 1 file 

"So often the seemingly small gesture of caring has a much greater impact on a person
than sermons given to a large crowd."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Inspire Someone

"Expressing gratitude to someone for their kindness, doubles the blessing."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Inspire Someone

"Every day with every moment and every word, we have a choice.
A choice to speak words which heal and grow or that damage and destroy."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Inspire Someone

"Christ is the ultimate model we should follow and as Christians,
we should always point others to Christ ."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, Inspire Someone

This Time

In those times when our world shifts on its axis, we turn to the scriptures for comfort and God’s reassurances – and rightly so. One scripture that Christians take great comfort in is Jeremiah 29:11.
“This Time” will take you on a deeper journey of this popular scripture to understand what Jeremiah was actually saying to the people of Israel in his letter and learn if it holds a promise for us today.

Author: Jana Kennedy-Spicer
Content: Digital Download, 33 pages, 2 PDF files 

"We falsely assume that be cause we have no control over circumstances, God has no control."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, This Time

"What is required of us right now is patient acceptance of our present circumstances."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, This Time

"We can endure what comes, knowing that God has a plan for our lives regardless of our present circumstances."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, This Time

"The enemy uses false teachers to tempt us with what we want to hear and lure us away from God's message, which is what we need to hear ."

- Jana Kennedy Spicer, This Time