I have to admit when I first saw this video for The Best Yes, I thought, “Gracious that woman looks way grumpier than I intended.” But then her exaggerated expression really made me think about the expression my family sees sometimes.
And it challenged me.
And reminded me how much I need to guard my Best Yes answers so my family doesn’t constantly see the worn out, worn down version of me.
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It’s amazing what just remembering to smile in the midst of our day can do to help strengthen our relationships. (I think I might need to write this on about 10 post-it notes and place them anywhere I can see them before morning carpool!)
As you transition into this fall schedule, I want to invite you and your friends to read The Best Yes together. So, just until 11:59PM EST tonight (Wednesday, Sept 3rd) Proverbs 31 Ministries is having a flash sale!
And to sign up for the Proverbs 31 Ministries FREE online Bible study (which I’m helping lead and am so excited about!) click here.
One more thing…
Leave a comment below if you’ve told any of your friends about The Best Yes and you’ll be entered to win one of three Bible Study Kits.