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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. This was a lovely message. Thank you for reminding me everything we do can be an act of worship

  2. How cute! I love your reference to love. My dad loved tennis he didn’t learn to play until he was 40 but this reminded me of him. Thanks for the reminder I am going to offer whatever I do today as worship. What a concept!

  3. Anjuli,

    Yes everything we do can be done as an act of worshipping God. We need to use our talents/abilities to bring God glory. Thank Him for the opportunity to help someone, for provisions He has blessed you with. This was beautifully written & will help many women see that their longings are worth the time & effort. God gave you those desires & He loves you immensely.

    Blessings 🙂

  4. I call myself a “tennis widow” as my husband plays tennis every Wednesday night. He’s on the verge of giving it up as the tennis pro moves away & he feels he’s reached his full potential & it isn’t as enjoyable anymore. Honestly I’m not disappointed he’ll have a free night for us but your article makes me rethink my looking forward to his quitting tennis. I will share your thoughts with him & if it spurs him to continue tennis as worship I will be his biggest encourager! Blessings!