As you read, you'll notice Julie's books demonstrate the vibrancy of the God-focused life. She does this by interweaving Bible principles and stories with contemporary examples. Let her be your companion as you apply timeless truth to 21st-century life.
Julie has published 39 books and counting. Her newest are two beautiful gift books:
-Pressed Into Care
-And There Were In That
A perceptive journalist who investigates God's truth and crafts her discoveries to engage readers' hearts, Julie is receiving exciting reviews of her fiction/nonfiction blend book, The GOD Interviews and about the gutty truth in her Comforting Words and Grief devotionals.
In addition to many practical Christian living titles, including Praying Like Jesus, she has prepared several special helps for caregivers including: Comforting Words for Caregivers and Gentle Hugs for Grieving Hearts–devotional & study workbook.
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Be strong and immovable. Always work enthusiastically for the Lord, for you know that nothing you do for the Lord is ever useless.–1 Corinthians 15:58 NLT
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I was asked to lead a group of women in the study, Transformed Women in the Bible. The study group of ten included women of various
ages and walks of life: young mothers, career gals, divorced ones, middle aged and older grandmothers. As we gathered around the table
in the church kitchen each week, I was excited to see that the gals were reading the lessons and were anxious to share. I have led
Bible studies over the years where only a few took part in the discussion, so to have every person anxious to share was wonderful!
The layout of the chapters made preparing for the lesson each week a breeze and the length of the reading was just right for busy
women. As we studied women in the New Testament, it was soon evident that we were really studying Jesus and how He responded to these
women and their needs. I was aware that Christ was opening the hearts of the women in my group as they began to share their hurts.
One was going through a divorce, another facing possible breast cancer, others concerned about their children and grandchildren. One
younger gal shared that she had come from a Mormon background and had decided to take this study to find who Jesus really was. Her
thoughts and questions each week were insightful. Our last session was a few weeks before Christmas and I had made a Christmas ornament
for each woman. The tree shaped ornament had various names of Jesus listed on it. I asked the gals to think about the study and what
Jesus had become to them or who they wanted him to become to them in the new year. The young gal from the Mormon background spoke
up first and excitedly said, "He has become Jesus to me!" Praise God! Studying Jesus had helped her find her Savior! -- Calene Pence,