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Releasing Pressure From Your Life

Amy Carroll and Cheri Gregory offer hope to women who feel overwhelmed by the pressure of obligation and expectation, encouraging them with the reminder that they can find daily peace by resting in the love of God and embracing their true identity in Jesus Christ.

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