Thursday, March 31, 2016

Looking for Lovely: Collecting the Moments that Matter by Annie F. Downs Review



"I want you to take every step of your life with excitement for where you are headed. And I want you to feel beautiful and confident as you do."

But how? When the enemy whispers lies that we are not smart enough, pretty enough, or rich enough? Or are you too dumb, too loud, too quiet, too thin, too fat, too much or not enough? What if you don't have what it takes to be who you really want to be?"

In Looking for Lovely, Annie F. Downs shares personal stories, biblical truth, and examples of how others have courageously walked the path God paved for their lives by remembering all God had done, loving what was right in front of them, and seeing God in the everyday—whether that be nature, friends, or the face they see in the mirror.

Intensely personal, yet incredibly powerful, Looking for Lovely will spark transformative conversations and life changing patterns. No matter who you are and what path God has you on, we all need to remember the lovely, fight to finish, and find beautiful in our every day!

You can purchase this book on Amazon.
Annie F. Downs
Annie F. Downs is an author, blogger, and speaker based in Nashville, Tennessee. Flawed but funny, she uses her writing to highlight the everyday goodness of a real and present God. An author of three books- Let's All Be Brave, Perfectly Unique, and Speak Love, Annie also loves traveling around the country speaking to young women, college students, and adults. Read more at anniefdowns.com and follow her on Twitter @anniefdowns.

Annie is a huge fan of singer/songwriters, burritos, her community of friends, and sports of all kinds.

I recevied a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review-  If I had to choose a word to describe this book it would be - blessing- plain and simple.  Why?  Because in every story, faith filled chapter this book has so much wisdom and honesty that it is a huge blessing to be a reader.  It actually made me feel a little better and stronger, so I would recommend this book to any age that would understand just how much quality and compassion it holds.  


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