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Lysa TerKeurst is a New York Times bestselling author and speaker who helps everyday women live an adventure of faith through following Jesus Christ. As president of Proverbs 31 Ministries, Lysa has lead thousands over the past 15 years to help make their walk with God an invigorating journey. Not...

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  1. I have kept special little momentos to remember events in my life… and some for each of my children as well. But I love the idea of a shared momento, something that has memories yet to make… what a lovely and inspired idea!

  2. That’s so beautiful, the bracelet and the special occasions you all will share with it.

    My niece had wanted pearls all her life but had never said anything. Her mom gave a necklace, bracelet and earrings of pearl a week or two before my niece became engaged. She wore them everywhere, climbing mountains, with sundresses, and then at her wedding. It was a precious gift to her.

  3. A great reminder–as imperfect as we are, we are wholly accepted, and put together with such purpose. I appreciate this tangible reminder!

  4. I recently purchased the same kind of thing- my kids are all grown and growing up (too fast) and I have lots of treasured treasures from them, but I found a ring on an etsy site that was the perfect “mother” ring for me. It was copper wire beautifully shaped into a birds nest with three pearl “eggs” nestled safely and securely in the nest. I have three children and I’m never happier than when they are all home in MY nest! I ordered it immediately and wear it on special occasions. I’ve gotten many compliments on it as it is definitely unusual, and that always gives me the chance to explain why I bought it!

  5. Ohhh please please say that this isn’t one of your treasures that vanished last week… Praying that what is lost (taken) is found sweet sweet friend..

  6. This is beautiful! I have 5 girls and I could see something like this bracelet being a treasured keepsake in our family. Thank you for sharing Lysa!

  7. Thanks Lysa,

    You are always an encouragement to me each day! I, too, collect little inexpensive jewelry treasures. They are wonderful for triggering the heart and mind of events perhaps long ago and far away. Recently we moved our youngest daughter away from home to go to college. On my next trip to see her we ran around town and she showed me around. We found a quaint little gift shop and decided to buy matching necklaces. She picked out the “kissing lips” covered in rhinestones. They cost $5 each and we both got them. Now when I wear it, I feel she is close by again.

    Have a great day!
    Lina

  8. Thanks Lysa, Each day I look forward to what I’ll read from the daily thoughts or devotions. There hasn’t been one that hasn’t spoken to my heart. It’s good to know there are so many caring people. I’ve learned so much reading the comments too. Some are at the same place I’m at but no matter what the subject is on I know I’m going to walk away with a nugget. I’ve always hated reading and since I found you I’ve read more than I ever have before. Hopefully I’ll be able to get your magazine soon. I look forward to the tele-cast. I loved the thought of the braclet. The way it’s not all perfectly sized because we’re not perfectly sized. We’re all unique though.

  9. You reminded me why I love Christmas ornaments so much, they are also significant treasures warmly remembered year after year, the oohs and aahs and memories shared as each treasure is unwrapped and put on the tree, I love it! We love those connections to our loved ones who gave us the ornament as a gift.

    I love the bracelet, definitely a treasure to cherish for a long, long time. It holds the beauty of the pearls, and now you and your girls will give it a deeper beauty that comes from the heart.

  10. Thanks for this reminder. And, how the bracelet is so beautiful to you and to other it might not be. It just shows how beautiful that we are to the Lord. Others may not see us as a sweet fragrance, but he does.

  11. Lysa
    I was at the womens conference this last weekend and really enjoyed. But I have a little problem and would not want this open to everyone. But I have a problem with this man in our church he is so hateful with me he hurts my feeling every chance he gets. So my husband and I have talked about and decided to leave the church that we both love dearly and the people we go to church with. But we don’t know what else to do . Could you help me deal with this. Your a wonderful speaker. God Bless you!