"From Burdens to Blessings" with Kim Crabill

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Are you longing to be used by God but think your past disqualifies you from fulfilling His purpose for your life? Kim Crabill's message of faith, hope, and forgiveness will empower you to trust God wholeheartedly -- to understand that He takes those things we regret the most and transforms them into blessings -- blessings not only for us but also for the people we're here to serve. Listen to this interview for inspiration, encouragement, and action steps you can take right now to start living a life full of service, victory, and joy.

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Kim Crabill is the founder and president of Roses and Rainbows Ministries, Inc. and Community COFFEEs (Conversations of Friends of Faith to Encourage and Equip). She has traveled nationally for more than twenty years, speaking at retreats, conferences, and church groups. Kim has been interviewed on several occasions for national TV and radio programs. Her message and passion come from her personal experience of longing to be used by God yet feeling unusable because of past abuse that led to anorexia, diet pill addiction, and depression. Her mother’s deathbed challenge set Kim on the path of daring to be and do what God had purposed for her, a journey she transparently describes in her book Burdens to Blessings.

Kim is also the author of A Cup of Christmas: 31 Daily Readings for December and the Spring 2014 releases of two additional books: the Young Adult edition of Burdens to Blessings and Infinitely More.

For more information about Kim Crabill, Roses and Rainbows Ministries, Inc., the nationwide Community COFFEE gatherings, A Cup of Christmas, Burdens to Blessings, or her spring releases visit www.rosesandrainbows.org.

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