Mari-Anna Frangén Stålnacke

Mari-Anna Frangén Stålnacke

Joyful pilgrim & Christ follower, happy wife & mom, passionate writer/speaker/teacher with a Doctorate in Theology (Rel.Ed.)
Mari-Anna Frangén Stålnacke
Muita ideoita: Mari-Anna
We really are to accept one another like Christ accepted us. But the key here is that we first need to accept God's grace to be able to accept anybody.

We really are to accept one another like Christ accepted us. But the key here is that we first need to accept God's grace to be able to accept anybody.

We really are to accept one another like Christ accepted us. But the key here is that we first need to accept God's grace to be able to accept anybody.

We really are to accept one another like Christ accepted us. But the key here is that we first need to accept God's grace to be able to accept anybody.

Upside down living means we are free from the world's expectations to always succeed, to always be perfect. We are called to live authentically with God.

Upside down living means we are free from the world's expectations to always succeed, to always be perfect. We are called to live authentically with God.

Upside down living means we are free from the world's expectations to always succeed, to always be perfect. We are called to live authentically with God.

Upside down living means we are free from the world's expectations to always succeed, to always be perfect. We are called to live authentically with God.