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What faithful, wise, and vulnerable words! Using the memorable images of the olive tree, the palm tree, and the cedars of Lebanon, Aimee beautifully weaves her story and the life of David to bring the reader to a deeper understanding of what it means to flourish in Christ. In the midst of the aches of life, Aimee has uncovered what it means to truly flourish by inviting the Lord to expose all that prevents it, and she is a worthy guide for readers who thirst for deep roots that produce delicious fruit in Christ. I truly soaked up the wisdom of this book, and I am grateful for Aimee’s faithfulness to write it and to “mother” her readers through honest insight, eloquence, and a deep understanding of God’s Word.
Caroline Saunders | Author | Better than Life: How to Study the Bible and Like It
A deeply personal grounded work with a soul-stirring invitation: Flourish. Anyway. Yes, even in my messy, rocky, right now. Aimee is a masterful mentor, generous with her beautiful reflections, inspiring readers not merely to survive, but thrive, rooted and nourished in truth.
Tiffany Edmonds | Managing Editor | The Joyful Life Magazine
As a pastor, I am looking forward to encouraging the women in my church – young and old, Christian for decades or new to the faith – to purchase But I Flourish. The honesty with which Aimee shares her story and the way she unpacks biblical truth had me nodding my head in agreement as so much resonated with my own walk. Aimee’s heart for her reader to “flourish now, confident that God’s heart” is for us to “grow and thrive no matter how dry or rocky” the places we find ourselves is evident throughout. I particularly love the way she peels back layers of scripture using the original Hebrew or Greek to take us to deeper understanding of what it truly looks like to flourish wherever we are planted.
Emily Tyler | Pastor | Birkenhead Community Church
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