Interview with author Grace Fox on industry pressure to make ourselves big when the Bible tells us Jesus must increase and we decrease

Noah Filipiak interviews Grace Fox on the pressure a Christian author faces to have to make themselves well-known, despite the Bible’s emphasis that “Jesus must increase, and we must decrease” (John 3:28-30).  Noah and Grace discuss the challenge to do this in the Christian book marketplace where names must be known and books must be sold, and the damage that can be done to our souls when we get our priorities in the wrong place.

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Spiritual Growth

Morning Moments With God: Devotions for the Busy Woman

Peaceful Moments to Begin Your Day: Devotions for Busy Women

10-Minute Time Outs for Moms

Moving From Fear to Freedom: A Woman’s Guide to Peace in Every Situation

Moving From Fear to Freedom: A Woman-to-Woman Conversation Guide (Workbook)

Moving From Fear to Freedom: A Woman-to-Woman Conversation Guide (DVD)

Moving From Fear to Freedom – Bible Study Group Discount

Parenting Resources

Tuck-Me-In Talks With Your Little Ones: Creating Happy Bedtime Memories

Tuck-Me-In Cards: Turn Bedtime Routines into Memory-Making Moments

10-Minute Time Outs for You and Your Kids

Marriage Resources

One-Minute Romance for Couples

Couple Minutes: Questions to Keep Your Relationship Fresh and Fun


A Taste of Hot Apple Cider

Mornings With Jesus 2016

Hot Apple Cider


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