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A flourishing life is possible - no perfection required!
Women often feel like they have to have it all together in order to live meaningful lives. Instead they feel inadequate, overwhelmed, and exhausted as they try to figure out how to do it all. Author, business owner, and mom to three Lara Casey offers sound and grace-filled advice: "We can't do it all and do it well. But we can choose to cultivate what matters."
Welcome to the journey of getting messy in the rich soil of possibility - embracing imperfect, grace-filled progress to grow a life of joy.
Written as part encouragement anthem and part practical guide, Cultivate offers wisdom from God's word alongside lessons Lara has learned in her garden. Woven throughout is her personal story that helps release listeners from the pressure to achieve and gives them freedom to move from planning to planting a meaningful legacy. "It's in the imperfect - the mess of the dirt - that good things grow," Casey reminds listeners. "Peonies grow through the dirt, and so do we." Listeners will learn to embrace the seasons they're in, finding balance as they interact in fresh ways with their current life scenarios, with God, and in the communities where they are planted.
Special features include:
- Actionable "Cultivate It" prompts throughout the book
- A 10-week "Cultivate Together" discussion guide, with questions for small groups
- "Grace from the Garden" vignettes providing encouragement and inspiration
Find the joy and the freedom that comes in cultivating what matters, little by little, with God's transforming grace.
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I truly enjoyed it
I was a little unsure because I am not Christian and there are many references to the bible and religion, but the Author told her story in such a wonderful, colourful and warm way, that I can understand what she is saying with these references and how they can help everyone, even if not religious. There are so many beautiful analogies to nature, seasons and gardening that will stay with me and remind me of my purpose and reason for being on this earth.