1. Hi Rachel,
    Good luck with your move, I wish you the best in England. I didn’t know you were moving :(. Your book and prayer/exercise is truly inspiring.

    All the best,

    Sue Olson

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      Thank you Sue. We’ll be back! England is just for the summer but we’ll be back on the east coast in the fall. And we can keep in touch via this blog. 🙂 A benefit of the internet.

  2. It is well Rachel, uncertainty casts distress many times. Don’t worry, By God’s Grace all will be well.
    Blessings to you

  3. Wonderful assurance no matter what change we are experiencing. This > “Prayer is trust in a faithful God who takes our stress and lets us rest in the unknown.” Glad to have stopped here today.

  4. Rachel,
    So true that the more I try to control my life and its circumstances, the more anxious I get. Learning to let go and trust God releases my life from my hands and puts it in His (where it ultimately needs to be). Taking you up on your offer to chill out and pray. Praying for you sweet friend in all your upheaval. May God go ahead of you and bless you along the journey!!
    Bev xx
    ps. After England, let us know where you land?!

  5. Wow. You definitely have a lot going on, Rachel! I don’t always make peace with uncertainty without a battle first. 🙁 I’ll be praying that you’ll find rest in the midst of the chaos and that God will lead you on new and unexpected delightful adventures in the months ahead!

  6. Prayer is such a precious privilege, isn’t it? “Casting all your cares on Him, for He cares for you.” (I Peter 5:7) What grace! It’s through prayer that God changes us, molding us more closely into His image, infusing His strength and imparting His wisdom. Thank you for sharing with us at Grace & Truth!

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