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Shannon Bream is an American journalist for Fox News. In 2017, Bream became the host of the prime time program Fox News @ Night.
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Sis, Take a Breath
Encouragement for the Woman Who’s Trying to Live and Love Well (but Secretly Just Wants to Take a Nap)
Kirsten Watson - 2022-05-03
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Need a moment to catch your breath in the midst of chaos? Kirsten Watson understands. As a mom of seven, wife of a pro athlete, and podcast cohost, she's often asked, "How do you do it?" Her answer? Start with taking a breath and leaning into God's Word. In Sis, Take a Breath, Kirsten offers encouragement, practical life hacks, and relatable stories to help you live and love well in today's frantic world. Exhale deeply and find hope to make it through.
Shannon Bream
I have been LOVING this book packed with practical advice and great stories. Can’t wait to interview Kirsten Watson for #LivinTheBream podcast this week! #SisTakeABreath 🙌      source
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You Are Free
Be Who You Already Are
Rebekah Lyons - 2017-02-21
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Discover your calling and break free from the constraints of societal expectations with this inspiring book. Rebekah Lyons shares her own struggles and the stories of women she has prayed with and helped to find freedom. With a focus on abiding in God's presence, this book is a prophetic call to women to embrace their true selves and live a life of purpose.
Shannon Bream
I love this book so much. Every day I try to stop myself from barreling through the whole thing.…      source
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You Are What You Love
The Spiritual Power of Habit
James K. A. Smith - 2016-04-05
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Discover how who and what we worship fundamentally shapes our hearts in this award-winning book. James K. A. Smith shows how culture can unconsciously teach us to love rival gods instead of the One for whom we were made. He helps readers recognize the transformative possibilities of Christian practices and explains how worshiping in a local community of believers should be the hub and heart of Christian formation and discipleship. This book includes film, literature, and music illustrations to engage readers and includes material on marriage, family, youth ministry, and faith and work.
Shannon Bream
Really enjoying this thought-provoking book! @james_ka_smith #YouAreWhatYouLove      source