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Anjuli grew up as a missionary kid secretly wondering, “Why does everyone else understand what a relationship with Jesus is, but me?” It wasn’t until she ran into her fears instead of from them, that Anjuli found her voice and the love of God meeting her there. She is a...

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  1. Oh my! Adding “What can you celebrate in this moment?” to my opened ended questions to grow deeper with my people! Being able to see God’s work in others & ourselves is a reason to praise & worship. Thank you so much for sharing! You have encouraged me & given me the gift of a tool to increase praise in myself & others! Whoo hoo!!!

  2. Love this! Thank you for sharing Anjuli! Your words always take me back to God and remind me of what important.

    Thank you,

  3. This is beautiful. I have not let myself celebrate as I should have the past few years, but rather I spent too much time focused on the many changes that were happening. You have changed my perspective, thank you!

  4. This is so true. I am single, no children, never been married; but, reading this reminded me that God has been so good to me. He allowed me to accomplish so many things that I wanted and still love and care for my family. Now, I am at the point of not knowing what is next. I will trust and wait and know that his will for my life is still what is important. I praise God for his grace and mercy and healing.

  5. Thank you, Anjuli. I needed this. I felt tears welling up in my eyes as I read it. I am on the threshold of a new season and feel like I am standing on the edge of a cliff. I homeschooled my four children. I have one left at home. We have a few years to go, but I know it’s going to go fast. I am happy and sad at the same time. But I, too, feel proud and in awe of all God has done. Perhaps celebrating this will remind me that the unknown ahead will also be good and full of Him!

  6. I’m standing up and cheering with you and for you. For all that you’ve done, for all of who are you, for all of God’s faithfulness and love poured out in your life. Yes. Let’s celebrate indeed!

  7. Moving. I tend to gloss over my accomplishments and think they are not to dwell on (I don’t want to be prideful of take all the glory). And yet, we do deserve acknowledgement for hard work. For perseverance.