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Tuesday, June 15, 2021


Your daily inspiration is never far from reach with this unique set of cards that encourage you to see yourself through God's eyes, featuring messages that are biblical and beneficial, all designed to be displayed with the included stand.

Countless messages enter our hearts and minds each day. Some of these messages are true and helpful. Others are hurtful, destructive, and out of line with the message God wants us to understand and embrace. What messages are you choosing to believe and repeat to yourself? When you first saw your reflection in the mirror this morning, what did your internal conversation sound like? Did you speak a message of hope to your heart or a diatribe of defeat? 

Based on the book Dwell on These Things by John Stange, this thirty-one-day inspirational card set will encourage you to change the message that enters your mind into a positive, biblical one. On the front of each beautifully designed card is a short message to remind you of how God views you and everyday situations. The back of the card reinforces that message with time-tested wisdom. 

Let this be your first step in a great journey toward self-love and self-acceptance! Change your life by changing the messages that enter your mind.

John is a follower of Jesus, husband to Andrea, and father to four great kids. He holds degrees in Bible, Education, and Counseling, is a certified speaker, trainer and coach with the John Maxwell Team, and serves as the Lead Pastor of Core Creek Community Church in Langhorne, PA. John is an adjunct professor at Cairn University, where he teaches courses on church planting, theology, and counseling. He also serves as the Director of the National Mission Board which is a ministry that is focused on church planting and church health.

Since 1998, John has been serving in full-time Christian leadership. In recent years, he has served as the Director of the Pocono Mountain Bible Conference, a conference center and Summer camp in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. In 2008, he moved to Langhorne, Pennsylvania where he worked with a team of volunteers to plant Core Creek Community Church.

John hosts three podcasts, "The Chapter-A-Day Audio Bible", "Daily Devotions with Pastor John," and "Sermons, Bible Studies, and Training". All three podcasts can be freely accessed via your favorite podcast app or by clicking here.

John's books are focused on spiritual growth, leadership, marriage and the practical and applicational aspects of following Jesus. He recently signed with Penguin/Random House to publish his next book "Dwell on These Things" which is scheduled to be released in Spring 2021.

If you're interested in being among the first to be notified of his new releases, be sure to subscribe to John's email list. John also regularly sends out devotions and other useful tools for spiritual growth and personal development. 

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I was very excited to get the opportunity to review this selection of inspirational cards. It comes in a sturdy and attractive box which keeps the cards in pristine condition. They each have an encouraging word on each stock card which I really enjoyed. When you turn the card over I found more insight into the saying. I have started reading one everyday and jotting my thoughts down in a journal. What better way to start your day after prayer than with an extra dose of God’s encouragement. 

If you are looking for a particular subject just look through the cards and you will find something that will help you. An example of one of the cards talks about anxiety. I struggle with that everyday. I loved what the card said “Cast your anxiety on God instead of bearing the weight yourself.” As I turned the card over, I found words that further emphasized the main theme of the card. The cards are very simple to read and I loved the soothing words each card had. This is a perfect gift for anyone wanting simple but effective ways to be encouraged by God.

I received this product from Ink & Willow and Waterbrook Publishing. The review is my own opinion.

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