not the boss of us: putting overwhelmed in its place in a do-all, be-all world
DITCH LIFE’S PRESSURES AND BE OVERWHELMED BY TRUTH INSTEAD
Is anyone a fan of feeling overwhelmed? Life’s pressures, expectations and circumstances steal more than they give. When “overwhelmed” went too far, desperately hurting someone they knew, Kay Wyma and her family called it out and called it quits. Because, even though feeling overwhelmed has become the new normal – it does not have to own us. What if you could take the negative nature of being overwhelmed and diffuse it or, better yet, flip it to good and be overwhelmed by Truth instead?
In Not the Boss of Us [Kay] shoves the overwhelming threats around us back into the shadows and allows us to embrace freedom.
–Elisa Morgan, speaker; author of The Prayer Coin; president emerita of MOPS International
This book is a breath of fresh air. Kay Wyma’s humor, honesty, and insight will inspire and encourage you to make some very good trades.
–Sandra Stanley, North Point Ministries
In these pages you will — you can’t not — find the freedom-full way of life you’ve been longing to discover.
–Jeannie Cunnion, author of Mom Set Free
I was captivated by the real stories that Kay shares, making the words come alive. …Not the Boss of Us is a must-read for everyone
–Diane Paddison, author, C-Level business leader; founder and executive director of 4word
The Wyma family’s year-long experiment to dispel the sense of entitlement that permeates society from their home. With humor and wisdom, Kay shares successes, failures, and practical ideas from the trenches.
“Cleaning House is both a beautifully told story and a practical guide to parenting in today’s complex world.”Michael Gurian, best-selling author of The Wonder of Boys and The Wonder of Girls
“With unique creativity and wry humor, this sensible, determined mom herds her five distinctly different offspring into an acute lifestyle change; namely, learning to master the inevitable demands of life.… With ‘a spoonful of sugar,’ Cleaning House cools the dangerous ‘me first’ fever weakening our American culture.”Dr. Howard G. Hendricks and Jeanne Hendricks
In her warm, relatable style, Kay Wills Wyma confronts the comparison epidemic raging in our homes, our neighborhoods, and our social-media feeds, offering remedies along the way.
Please enjoy the downloadable studies (all of which have been used in larger Bible study venues) as well as slide presentations from a couple of Kay’s talks. Points to consider: they’re free and they’re Kay’s. The latter of which means her faithful friend Typo is likely to have tagged along for the ride. Enjoy 🙂
Alpha & omega
Charles Spurgeon said, “There is something in every Name of God which may breed faith in our souls.”
This study considers & contemplates God’s names spoken of Him and by Him – names that reveal his steadfast character. It also addresses Identity and Self-Worth based upon whose, rather than who, we are
In this study, we contemplate the women in Christ’s lineage while employing some Bible study methods to help us be able to confidently engage with Scripture whether in a group setting or by ourselves – all with the Lord leading the way. [Recordings of our Neighborhood Studies Summer-study on Lineage Ladies available HERE]Lineage Ladies Bible Study 5-30
In this study, we consider idea of “eating God’s Word” as we scour Scripture to literally highlight (with a colored highlighter of your choosing) the Lord God’s spoken word just as Red-Lettered Bible editions did for Christ’s spoken word years ago. It’s a fun exercise that just might change how you read Scripture.Le Souffle small
Le Coeur – a heart cleanse
In this study, we use the popular trend of body-cleanse and apply it to our spiritual health. Instead of juicing, how about reading? Instead of starving, how about eating – bites of Scripture every day for the next 30 days perfectly measured to satisfy the deepest longings: to be known and loved.La Coeur
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