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May 9, 2017

Our lives are made up of lots of seemingly random moments which at the time may be significant or 14 years later you discover deeper meaning in an experience. 

January of 2016 five women sat around a table at Panera listening to a friend share a pivotal moment in her life. It took place in 2003 on a cow pasture in Sherman, TX. Funny thing was, the rest of us had been there too, unknown to each other and from several different corners of the country. Now there we sat together, clearly orchestrated by a God who sees and cares. Sara Hagerty was one of those women. 

These are moments which encourage me to adore Him, but sadly it doesn't always roll into my everyday. In the simple, in the mundane, I forget how great He is and how rich I am. 

Sara shares with us how she renewed her awe in the Lord over the hard, the ugly and even while folding laundry. 

Ashley and I loved every minute of our conversation with Sara. We laughed, cried and shared how to begin this sweet practice of adoration. 

I'm so glad you found this conversation. 

Just in time for Mothers Day, Sara will be sharing on her website a special understanding of what this day means for so many. She'll be sharing a unique and deeply personal perspective. Be sure and sign up for her weekly emails. Follow her daily adoration posts on Instagram (@everybitterthingissweet) a perfect way to add quality to your social feed. Find Sara Hagerty on Facebook as well!

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