#114 Anchored and Devoted with Deana Uhrig

Meet Deana:

Deana is a wife and mama with a heart for helping women stay anchored in God’s Word. She is the founder of Anchored Press and the creator of the Anchored Press Devotional Planner. Her heart’s mission is to help you make time for God daily so you reap all He has planned for you. When she’s not pouring into her family, friends or Anchored Press, you will likely find her at the beach soaking in God’s creation.

Anchored Press gave me a special code to share with you that gives you a free Quiet Time Journal when you order your 2018 Devotional Planner before December 1st.
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What we chat about:

  • Deep things Deana has learned in seasons of waiting

  • The story behind Anchored Press

  • A time Deana prayed a huge prayer and watched God do the impossible

  • How Deana quiets herself enough to hear from God

  • The importance of finding a group that can support and encourage you

Links mentioned:

Inspired Retreat
Invitation to Solitude and Silence: Experiencing God’s Transforming Presence
Revlon Salon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizer
Revelation Wellness Podcast

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Where to find Deana:

website // facebook // instagram // twitter // pinterest 

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