Does it sometimes seem impossible to get where you want to go? Are you losing hope and wondering if there will ever be a way?
In this video Bible study (study guide sold separately), Ann Voskamp encourages us to hold on to hope, because we have a God who will make a way, where there seems to be no way. Weaving the story of Moses and the Israelites on the road to the Red Sea with her own unlikely story of adopting both a little girl from China and a refugee family from Syria, Ann shows how the faithful start walking their own Red Sea road by taking just one step.
We take one SACRED step at a time as we practice stillness, adoration, confession, reflection, examination, and doxology.
As Moses discovers after miraculously crossing the Red Sea, God sometimes calls us to wait "in the wilderness" in order to do a deeper work in us. The WayMaker is moving us forward in the waiting. The WayMaker is building our character. Ann teaches us that the WayMaker will always make a way, not to where we think we want to go, but a way to Him. We discover that more than a way through our circumstance, we desire the WayMaker himself.
Designed for use with the WayMaker Study Guide (sold separately).
About the Author
Ann Voskamp is the wife of a farmer, mama to seven, and the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Broken Way, The Greatest Gift, Unwrapping the Greatest Gift, and the sixty-week New York Times bestseller One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are, which has sold more than 1.5 million copies and has been translated into more than twenty languages.
Named by Christianity Today as one of fifty women most shaping culture and the church today, Ann knows unspoken broken, big country skies, and an intimacy with God that touches tender places. Cofounder of ShowUpNow.com, Ann is a passionate advocate for the marginalized and oppressed around the globe, partnering with Mercy House Global, Compassion International, and artisans around the world through her fair trade community, Grace Crafted Home. She and her husband took a leap of faith to restore a 125-year-old stone church into The Village Table—a place where everyone has a seat and belongs. Join the journey at www.annvoskamp.com or instagram/annvoskamp.