Easter 2010



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    Joy says:

    What wonderful pictures! 🙂

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    Jennifer says:

    Precious pictures! Thanks for sharing!

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    moosemama says:

    Awwww….so, so, so, precious. Thanks for sharing your sweet family with us. Jackson and Annabeth have the most wonderful smiles!

    Little bit jealous of the green grass and flowers…:(

    Melana in rainy/snowy Wyoming

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    Denise Ferrell says:

    Love the book you are reading!

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    aussie monica says:

    love AnnaBeth’s dress!
    you are all so gorgeous.

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    Kim Safina says:

    The Journey Continues ~

    Now that is what Easter is all about!!! Love Love Love = Alleluia!!!

    The photos are beautiful <3
    My sons and their college friends joined us with egg decorating competition (Grammy was the judge)as well as egg hunt and basket hunt with clues. It was such a blessing watching ADULT children hunt for their eggs and baskets. When they were little like Jackson and Annabeth, we had to Sharpie (markers) all the eggs with their names so everyone would be FAIR.

    ((((( HUGS )))))

    With "Heaven Bound" blessings,

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    J. says:

    Cute! God is so good, isn’t He?

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    heather v says:

    thanks for sharing the pics of your adorable family. we also had beautiful weather here in Pa. Praise Jesus!

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    Kristine Johnson says:

    Dearest Beth Moore,
    I just finished reading “So Long Insecurity you’ve been a Bad Friend to Us”. Thank you for your courage, honesty, faith and love as you shared your journey.
    I have been a believer in Jesus Christ all my life. But tragically, I have been shackled for 39 years in the prison of insecurity with no escape, until now. I was sexually molested when I was 9 years old for a period of about 4 years. Subsequently, I have battled doubt and unbelief for what has felt like an eternity. I have known that my dear Savior Jesus Christ loves me, but that has never translated into love for myself as the plague of fear and insecurity has ravaged my very soul.
    All the way through the book, the Bible verses leaped off the page and imprinted themselves on my heart in a way I had not felt before.
    Chapter 17 of your book was the turning point for me. “TRUST GOD. Stop doubting and believe” was like a breath of fresh air in the stale dark prison I have been living in. The pages to follow became the key that has unlocked my prison door. As you wrote about the process of telling God your worst fears and following through to the other side, I did the same. What I found was that I did know that my dear Heavenly Father would be and is there to pick up the pieces of my shattered life and carry me through. I just haven’t been able to “stop doubting and believe” that I could “trust God”. I am “hanging onto Him for dear life” because I want to be the woman He has created me to be.
    God’s richest blessings to you for honestly and openly sharing this journey. I am standing with you and will trust God with my life knowing that I am “clothed with strength and dignity”.
    I have never written an author before but I just had to share how God worked through you and has made a profound impact on me. My sincerest thanks!
    God’s Blessings to You,
    Kristine Johnson

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    glenwood says:

    Great photos!

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    Carol says:

    Precious family and family times!

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    Laurie says:

    Very cute! Is Jackson always that smiley? Looks like they had a good Easter. I love Annabeth’s dress. I’ve never seen anything like that. And I’m think Texas grass must turn green before anyone else’s does. No fair! 🙂

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    Carla says:

    Evidently, #1 granddaughter has Grandmother’s fashion sense. That hair bow is too cute.
    My two daughters were little bald-headed girls with very thin hair at that age and we had to use tape. Such a lucky Grandmother…I am waiting for mine…come on girls no pressure, Momma wants grandchildren. 🙂

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    I love the pics:) especially the one next to the first
    with Beth, Annabeth and Jackson;) too adorable:)

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    Deanna says:

    ADORABLE pics. Thank you for sharing them!

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    Rachel says:

    What a gorgeous family and what a legacy. You are blessed. Amanda, did you make Annabeth’s dress? It is PRESH!

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    darla says:

    AAAAAA-DOR- ABLE! thanks

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    Eleanor says:

    Celebrating Easter with children………precious!
    Celebrating our Risen Savior…………..PRICELESS!

    Thank you for sharing these wonderful family pictures with us!

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    Gale says:

    Precious, precious, precious.

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    Loved Little seista’s dress she has the most beautiful blue eyes just precious.
    Thanks for sharing your Easter with usLoved all the pictures.
    Have an awesome day
    Love Carol

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    What a sweet family. Your kids are just too cute!!!

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    Jerry Cline says:

    I’m loving your new book, So Long, Insecurities. Great insights and helpful counsel. Many of the young wives in the SS class I teach for young families often speak of the impact your ministry has had upon them. My wife has shared with me from your course on Esther and we’ve both been blessed. God bless, Jerry

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    Judi says:

    I love the new site and how you can display the pictures in a group instead of individually.
    Now if I can just get the RSS feed to cooperate – I still can’t get it to be sent to my Inbox.
    You have a beautiful family Amanda!

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    Marsha says:

    Love the pictures!

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    Ginger says:

    OMG, those pics are sooo beautiful!

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    Lisa says:

    Hi Amanda,

    I must confess that I felt a pang of sadness looking at your lovely pictures as my husband died suddenly sixteen years ago on Easter. We had gone through all the available infertility treatments, but still were not able to have any children, so at the time of his passing we were waiting the arrival of our adoptive baby. Like a double death for me, I really struggled with ??why?? God would allow it. Later on the LORD revealed to me, during one of your mom’s first Breaking Free Bible studies, that He was calling me to be a “spiritual mom.” My heart was also VERY touched to hear your mother once say that your daddy felt led to begin praying specifically for those of us without family and the protection of a earthly husband. This means so much, as in our humaness, at times, we can feel all alone in our longing for someone with skin on. May God bless each one of you!

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    Kari says:

    I love Annabeth’s dress!! The little dingleberry’s (I’m sure that’s not the correct terminology, but that’s what we’ve always called them) on the bottom just send it over the top!

    Crazy about my 3 boys, but how fun it would be to dress a little girl up!!

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    amybhill says:

    adorable. i always say it and i’m not gonna stop (so get used to it – lol): thanks for sharing your lives with us. you don’t have to do it and we know it. but it is such an encouragement! real people with real lives living the thing out. i love you all <3 happy easter

    ps- praise! i started studying Daniel (your study, Beth) with a group of girls in my home last night. what originally started out as 3 girls turned into 12 + myself (praise the LORD!) MANY do not know Christ. please pray for us girls. i used to ask God to give me a big ministry – hahaha – thankfully He knows best. He's given me just 12 girls and i'm about to poop my pants! hahaha- I have so much respect for the responsibility He has given you all! Thankfully we can do ALL THINGS through Christ who strengthens us!!! i am SO EXCITED to see what He will do!!!

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    Leanne Eldridge says:

    Amanda, your kids are sooo beautiful. Annabeth looks so much like your dad. They both seem like a bundle of fun!

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    Dionna says:

    Oh my gosh – Amanda. I think that is the sweetest Easter dress I’ve ever seen.

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    Cheryl says:

    Amanda, Thanks for sharing the beautiful Easter pictures! What could be better than celebrating the Resurrection and enjoying the company of loved ones?

    We’re doing The Inheritance at my church right now and I just have to say to Beth (response to Session 3) in her reference to coon dogs being better than poodles, to know them is to love them. I have a schnoodle (1/2 poodle/1/2 schnauzer) who is quite an athletic dog and a delight. Not really offended, just thought maybe you’ve never spent quality time with one. Anyhow, loving the series. God bless you! : o)

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    Jennifer says:


    What positively beautiful group of Grand kids you have!!

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    AvA says:

    thanks for taking out the time to share your family photos, so precious!

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    Kara says:

    Amanda, your children have the most beautiful eyes!

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    Kim Cotterman says:

    Absolutely beautiful. What a wonderous time. Easter. Could you even imagine where we’d be without Christ shedding his blood for our sins? What greater love could there be? I’m excited because my 8 (almost 9) year old daughter made her profession of faith and was baptized this Easter Sunday!! What a blessing. She told me she went to school and told her friends. Some of them didnt’ know what she was talking about so she said she had to “witness to them mama”. Love it. God bless [email protected]

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    Jeanette says:

    How cute… Love the pic’s.

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    Renee Swope says:

    Amanda – Your kids are so stinkin’ cute!!! When I saw Jackson I thought, “Oh Amanda is gonna need her momma’s snake-killing gun to scare the girls away!” Thanks for sharing them with us. They are sweeter than all the Easter candy a big ole basket could hold!

    Beth – I wanted to ask you and your LP team and siestas to please pray for my dear, precious friend and speak/author/ministry teammate Micca Campbell. About a year ago, she met you on a plane and God ordained you sitting together on the way to Nashville . She treasured that time with you! Well, she found out yesterday she has an 8x10cm cysts on her left ovary. She was told there is a high risk it’s cancer. She’s been battling health issues her Drs couldn’t diagnose for over a year. I knew you had walked this scary road and would pray with fervent faith but also sister-friend empathy for what she is going through as she waits for surgery on Friday. She learned to trust Jesus through the loss of her first husband and is a woman whose faith is stronger than her fears. I just knew it would mean so much to her to have you all praying!! Thank you so much!!!!

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    Liz says:

    Precious family memories!
    GOD bless each of you!!

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    Kerrye Morrison says:

    Thanks for sharing the pictures. Your babies are darling. Love you all.

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    Sharon says:

    Dear Beth Moore,

    Happy Easter to your beautiful family!

    I just finished your book, ‘So long, Insecurity” and had to come over to tell you thank you. I hope you have another in the works and finish soon (no pressure of course! haha) because God feels so close when I am reading your words about Him. Closer than in two whole years! This book was used in my life in a very powerful way with circumstances too uncanny, as you say to be coincidence. I began the first day of my family’s 11 night vacation on a cruise. As the days progressed, so did the book to the exact need. (I have a husband, two teenagers and a 4 yr old, all cooped up in a family stateroom…you can imagine.)There were also crystalizing issues during this intensive time together. I was given every thing I needed to be who I needed to be, so that the trip ended with victory and we came home with fresh new dynamics, habits that allow everyone to flourish in a much healthier way.
    Thank you.
    God Bless,

    PS I should also mention, that because God felt so close, I was able to do a few acts of service for a few people in another country when the chance presented itself, during the on shore days instead of just being a tourist. And my conversation at dinner was possibly,… hopefully, more inspiring. This made me feel like my trip was so much more worth everything that went into it. I also have to tell you that I kept saying, “I love you Beth” and “You are so useful to this world” and ‘amazing!”I want to send this book to every woman I know and will!” while reading it!! And I am still laughing at that car wash.

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    Shelley says:

    What a beautiful family you have….Thanks so much for sharing them with us!

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    Lauren Kelly says:

    Precious pictures, Amanda!!! 🙂

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    It looks like you guys had a nice Easter. Ours was okay. We couldn’t afford a lot for the kids, but we had fun anyway. Love the pictures, especially the one of Keith doing his most important job!

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    Colleen says:

    How precious! I can’t decide if Annabeth looks like her mommy or daddy!

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    Tina says:

    Love the pictures! Thanks for taking the time to give us a looking into your Resurrection Sunday. Blessings to you Tina

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    Lchunter55 says:

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Bethany says:

    Cute pictures Amanda. You seem to have a love for photography like I do. It is so ridiculous now that my nephew and niece (same ages as Jackson and Annabeth) are always ready with the word “cheese”. I love that my niece Kensley is a ham! And Cole is always saying “take a picture of me aunt bethany”. So cute!
    And I love that your mom is reading “Go Away Big Green Monster” to the kids! Love, love, love that book! I read it to my group of autistic preschoolers quite regularly and they love it! I need to get a copy here at home to read to Cole and Kensley 🙂

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    Kristie M says:

    I noticed ‘Bibby’ is reading the book Go Away Big Green Monster. I love that book! It’s such a fun book to read, and I love to read it with gusto when we send the monster away! So fun! Thanks for sharing!

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