Chasing Vines
Join bestselling author Beth Moore in her life-changing quest of vine-chasing―and learn how everything changes when you discover the true meaning of a fruitful, God-pleasing, meaning-filled life.God wants us to flourish. In fact, he delights in our flourishing. Life isn’t always fun, but in Christ it can always be fruitful.In Chasing Vines, Beth shows us from Scripture how all of life’s concerns—the delights and the trials—matter to God. He uses all of it to help us flourish and be fruitful. Looking through the lens of Christ’s transforming teaching in John 15, Beth gives us a panoramic view of biblical teachings on the Vine, vineyards, vine-dressing, and fruitfulness. Along the way you’ll discover why fruitfulness is so important to God—and how He can use anything that happens to us for His glory and our flourishing. Nothing is for nothing.Join Beth on her journey of discovering what it means to chase vines and to live a life of meaning and fruitfulness.

Chasing Vines Details

TitleChasing Vines
Author
ReleaseFeb 4th, 2020
PublisherTyndale Momentum
ISBN-139781496440822
Rating
GenreChristian, Nonfiction, Inspirational, Christian Non Fiction, Spirituality, Christian Living

Chasing Vines Review

  • Ginny Yttrup
    January 1, 1970
    "I am the vine; you are the branches..." In Chasing Vines, Beth Moore takes the metaphor of the vine and unearths truths seemingly new, yet also familiar because truth resonates. A powerful work on the way to live a life that matters.
  • Kristin
    January 1, 1970
    Ah, Ms. Beth… she’s back again. Let me tell you, this book does not disappoint. One sentence that Beth Moore said in a video Bible study I did years ago was this: “It is to your Father’s glory that you bear much fruit.” I remember it clearly. I can still hear her saying it, bent over the podium she was teaching from, emphasizing “glory” and “much” in her semi-raspy, adamant, very Beth way.I didn’t know for a long time she was directly referencing Scripture here — John 15:8. This book is about Ah, Ms. Beth… she’s back again. Let me tell you, this book does not disappoint. One sentence that Beth Moore said in a video Bible study I did years ago was this: “It is to your Father’s glory that you bear much fruit.” I remember it clearly. I can still hear her saying it, bent over the podium she was teaching from, emphasizing “glory” and “much” in her semi-raspy, adamant, very Beth way.I didn’t know for a long time she was directly referencing Scripture here — John 15:8. This book is about that quote. About that scripture. About the fruit that EACH of us is called and equipped to bear.As a self-proclaimed obsessive plant lady, I was fascinated with her in-depth research on the planting, growth, and harvesting process of horticulture. And then the deep dive into how intentional Scripture is through the vine metaphor.Whether you’re a Beth Moore fan or not, whether you’re a woman or not, whether you are into fruit or not. This needs to be on your To-Read List so that you can truly understand how nothing in your life is wasted and is meant to be fruitful.
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  • Mary Hess
    January 1, 1970
    I've read almost all of Beth's books and I believe beyond a shadow of a doubt that this is her best! This book is full of wisdom, insight, revelation and good ol' hard truths. And yet, you feel the unconditional love of the Father in it's pages . . .His deep desire that we each know who we are and Who's we are. Beth takes us through the Bible and uses the natural process of planting vineyards to help us understand how painstakingly the Father (the VineDresser) tends the vines, lovingly I've read almost all of Beth's books and I believe beyond a shadow of a doubt that this is her best! This book is full of wisdom, insight, revelation and good ol' hard truths. And yet, you feel the unconditional love of the Father in it's pages . . .His deep desire that we each know who we are and Who's we are. Beth takes us through the Bible and uses the natural process of planting vineyards to help us understand how painstakingly the Father (the VineDresser) tends the vines, lovingly transplanting, tilling soil, creating the best circumstances for growth and even pruning the vines for a better harvest of fruit. She shows how the Father has always had a love for the process and how He has shown us through scripture His love for first Israel and then those of us grafted in. It's such a beautiful, beautiful picture and I'm most sure you'll never be the same again after reading this book!
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  • Megan Lively
    January 1, 1970
    This is one of the best books I have ever read! And I read a lot.I loved the parallels and illustrations she uses with vineyards- Beth really did her research with this book and it's so evident. Read this book! I've already pre-ordered 5 copies for friends!
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  • Corrie Gerbatz
    January 1, 1970
    This book is both convicting and encouraging! Beth Moore truly has a gift of being able to put in to words what our hearts are feeling.Here is one of my favorite quotes from the book:“We long for continuity, for some semblance of purpose-anything that might suggest we’re on the right track. Instead we feel like ashes, leftovers from a bygone fire, blown aimlessly by the wind. We feel like we’re not even important enough to be forgotten, because we were never known in the first place. Our This book is both convicting and encouraging! Beth Moore truly has a gift of being able to put in to words what our hearts are feeling.Here is one of my favorite quotes from the book:“We long for continuity, for some semblance of purpose-anything that might suggest we’re on the right track. Instead we feel like ashes, leftovers from a bygone fire, blown aimlessly by the wind. We feel like we’re not even important enough to be forgotten, because we were never known in the first place. Our perceptions can be very convincing, but God tells us he truth. Nothing about our existence is accidental. We were known before we knew we were alive.“
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  • Beth Smith
    January 1, 1970
    You need to get a warm blanket, your most comfortable pjs and your favorite cup of coffee for this one. You will not be able to put it down. Beth does not disappoint and you can hear her voice as you read this. It is such an easy read you find yourself 2 hours later so wrapped up in Jesus and loving every word. This is a must read no matter what season you are in your life. We all need to be living a fruitful life!!!!
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  • Chelsea Paulson
    January 1, 1970
    I loved how the book had 4 parts, The Vineyard, The Vinedresser, The Vine, The Fruit. It is a deep encouragement to me. Knowing that the grapes thrives on rocky soil. If you try to maintain the pristine soil for the grapes. It will wither. I’m celebrating to make the hardships an opportunity to thrive and grow. I loved the personable writing of Beth’s. Felt like I had coffee with her as I read. Ought I say, wine? :-)
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  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    If you're thinking about reading this book, don't think about it another second. DO IT! I haven’t read a non-fiction book this quickly or with such excitement in a long time. In her usual full of faith, scripture packed, truth speaking way, Beth encourages us to dig into the pages of scripture about vines. Of all things, I never would've guessed how intriguing, encouraging and challenging that journey would be. There's depth, hope, encouragement and invitations along the way to abide in Christ If you're thinking about reading this book, don't think about it another second. DO IT! I haven’t read a non-fiction book this quickly or with such excitement in a long time. In her usual full of faith, scripture packed, truth speaking way, Beth encourages us to dig into the pages of scripture about vines. Of all things, I never would've guessed how intriguing, encouraging and challenging that journey would be. There's depth, hope, encouragement and invitations along the way to abide in Christ and live a fruitful life. Follow the journey of vines and how God intentionally uses them throughout scripture to identify his people. You will love this book! It will be a top pick for sure in 2020!
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  • Amy King
    January 1, 1970
    From the moment I began reading it, I was captivated by the imagery and insight of a vineyard. It was as if I were walking alongside Beth through a vineyard sharing hope. There were moments of laughter and tears as I turned each page anticipating the next word. My favorite chapter was #4, I have went back and read it several times. My head can't even begin to comprehend God's love for me, all I'm left to do is sit and bask in it. His song over me is beautiful and incorruptible. Pick up the book From the moment I began reading it, I was captivated by the imagery and insight of a vineyard. It was as if I were walking alongside Beth through a vineyard sharing hope. There were moments of laughter and tears as I turned each page anticipating the next word. My favorite chapter was #4, I have went back and read it several times. My head can't even begin to comprehend God's love for me, all I'm left to do is sit and bask in it. His song over me is beautiful and incorruptible. Pick up the book and discover how nothing in your life is wasted... you matter and are meant for more!
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  • Mia Cox
    January 1, 1970
    Beth Moore is such a down-to-earth authentic writer. I so love the “real life” examples she gives. I love the way she has taken the time (for us) to research and spell out horticulture especially as it pertains to grapes & vines. It made the Bible come alive for me. (Again). I am so blessed to have read it; to know that Jesus sees ME! Specifically and deliberately... I matter. Wept several times and have already begun re-reading it, this time with pen and highlighter in hand. I highly Beth Moore is such a down-to-earth authentic writer. I so love the “real life” examples she gives. I love the way she has taken the time (for us) to research and spell out horticulture especially as it pertains to grapes & vines. It made the Bible come alive for me. (Again). I am so blessed to have read it; to know that Jesus sees ME! Specifically and deliberately... I matter. Wept several times and have already begun re-reading it, this time with pen and highlighter in hand. I highly recommend this book. Especially if you’re in a season of pruning & change. 👌🏽
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  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    “The name of the second [Joseph] called Ephraim, ‘For God has made me fruitful in the land of my affliction.’” Genesis 41:52. “Not before the land of his affliction. Not after the land of his affliction. In the smack-middle of the land of his affliction.” Who’s to say the topography of my anxiety is not the most fertile of my life? “No question is more relevant that this: What kind of fruit are we producing?” Through anxiety, my heart has grown warmer toward people and I crave people’s company “The name of the second [Joseph] called Ephraim, ‘For God has made me fruitful in the land of my affliction.’” Genesis 41:52. “Not before the land of his affliction. Not after the land of his affliction. In the smack-middle of the land of his affliction.” Who’s to say the topography of my anxiety is not the most fertile of my life? “No question is more relevant that this: What kind of fruit are we producing?” Through anxiety, my heart has grown warmer toward people and I crave people’s company (love). I am constantly in a good mood (joy). I am increasingly rested (peace). Although I am fixated on fear, I am willing to overlook offense (forgiveness). I have become much gentler over the last year (gentleness). I have increased in my intentionality to not resist or at least delay compulsions (self-control). Isaiah 5:2 says, “He dug it and cleared it of stones, and planted it with vines,” not the other way around. The Divine Vinedresser takes the shovel and turns over the rocky soil first, then He gets rid of the stones. God does His best work when we are at our worst. He doesn’t wait for us to smooth our rough edges or refine ourselves; instead, He digs right in and starts planting right there in the midst of our stony hearts! That is not to say that He won’t eventually remove the stones of sin from the rich soil of our souls. But He doesn’t wait for us to clean up our act--or till our soul’s soil--first. The rock was undoubtedly limestone, the stone for which my terroir--the town where I live--is famous! Our limestone was quarried for the reconstruction of buildings after the great Chicago fire of 1871. We are also known for the vineyard’s most unwelcome tourist-- “Catch the foxes for us, the little foxes that spoil the vineyards, for our vineyards are in blossom” (Song of Solomon 2:15). The river that wends its way through our tri-cities is named the Fox River. Perhaps God has planted me here--in this limestony soil for such a time as this. This stone prone soil is not so much about failure as it is about fruitfulness. Sometimes God supplants that which He supplies. I love Exodus 4:12, “Go, and I will be with your mouth and teach you what you shall speak.” Not I will tell you, I will teach you. What’s the difference between teaching and telling? Teaching takes two. It requires relationship. Teaching is interactive. “Our lives become witness to His with-ness.” Abounding with love is possible only through abiding in Love. Jesus’ life flows through our veins. Sin is the tourniquet that staunches our fruitfulness. We are never more poised for fruitfulness than in the wake of winter. Isaiah 37:30-32 convinces me that the vineyard is a trajectory for life. “This shall be a sign to you: You shall eat this year such as grows of itself, and the second year what springs from the same; also in the third year sow and reap, plant vineyards and eat the fruit of them. And the remnant who have escaped of the house of Judah shall again take root downward, and bear fruit upward...The zeal of the Lord of hosts will do this.” The first “year” is our teens--all the single digits with the one before them. This is the decade we spend eating and growing. The second “year “is our twenties--the fruit of our education, college degrees, friendships we’ve made and habits we’re still cultivating. When I was in my twenties, I called this my reinvention; little did I know that I had barely started my inauguration. The third year--thirties is our most fruitful decade. Time and again celebrities speak for most of us when they talk about finally coming into their own and feeling more settled in their own skin. Our thirties are when we sow and reap--in our careers and families--plant vineyards and eat the fruit of our labor. But the best is yet to come! Luke 13:6-9 is not just a passage I read; I experience it viscerally. I AM the Parable of the Barren Fig Tree. Barrenness bears a certain resonance in my life experience. “A certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard, and he came seeking fruit on it and found none. Then he said to the keeper of his vineyard, ‘Look, for three years I have come seeking fruit on this fig tree and find none. Cut it down; why does it use up the ground?’ But he answered and said to him, ‘Sir, let it alone this year also, until I dig around it and fertilize it. And if it bears fruit, well. But if not, after that you can cut it down.’ ” If my year-decade parallel holds true, then my thirty years of barren hopelessness are just around the corner from a 40th birthday party redemption! My 40s is when I will take root downward and bear fruit upward. And who is responsible for this fertility? All of my digging and fertilizing? No, let it alone! “The zeal of the Lord of hosts will do this.” Amen! Let it be and let it begin! Psalm 30:5 tumbles through the spin cycle of my mind: what if joy not only comes in the morning but in the mourning? Are joy and mourning mutually exclusive or codependent? Is there room enough for both to coexist as brothers--or sisters? Beth Moore’s Chasing Vines is a tribute “To my fellow bookworms, who love nothing better than the sound of a book spine breaking--cheers! Here’s to taking the time. Here’s to feeding our minds. And above all, here’s to chasing the Vine, who turns water into wine.”
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  • Adriane Parcel
    January 1, 1970
    John 15 will never be the same after reading this book. A passage I have read a many times has never come more alive. Who would have thought this book would be the glimpse of Him that I neededHis proof that He is has been there all along. His truth that His timing is so much greater than mine. That everything I had been questioning about what He called me towards would be answered. Each chapter gives glimpse into seasons of being a believer. Some you may not have had, some you may have had many John 15 will never be the same after reading this book. A passage I have read a many times has never come more alive. Who would have thought this book would be the glimpse of Him that I neededHis proof that He is has been there all along. His truth that His timing is so much greater than mine. That everything I had been questioning about what He called me towards would be answered. Each chapter gives glimpse into seasons of being a believer. Some you may not have had, some you may have had many times, but it not only gripped me in the deepest part of who I am, it taught me more than I anticipated about who He is...things I knew, but shown to me in a way that I never expected to see. This book reminded me that we may not all be called to lead a group, but we all have been called. We all can influence and most of all it can look different than anyone else around you. Maybe it is in the quiet service, the gentle words or just the constant love, prayers and hope you give another. No matter what the influence, when you point to Him, it all matters. Don’t be afraid to speak the truth in love, to share your heart or to just shine the quiet bright light for Him. Most of all as I read this book, it wove itself into my story like a long lost friend. It resonated with the current healing and season He has me in and as I learn about the resiliency of the vine and what it takes to become healthy and produce the necessary fruit, the striking resemblance of my own life was not lost on me. Where would I be without the One who does the pruning? Without the One who has tended to me since I was planted as a seed in the soil? Where would I be in my growth and how I produced fruit? These are the questions that have stuck with me through each chapter.We are the product of the greatest Gardener of all. He guides us through the rocky soil and into His Light. As He prunes us and guides us through each curve and each stage, our fruit becomes more fruitful and that much sweeter. One day, we will be a finished product and as I stand before that great Gardner, it is my hope that I produced exactly what He always intended.
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  • Tara Johnson
    January 1, 1970
    Chasing Vines is not just a reading; it's an experience. Beth Moore packs the pages with, not only scripture, but also a vivid description of where she is taking us during this moment. The Lord has hope for every single one of us. He exclaims this through His scripture, and she illuminates them with every chapter and verse. We take a walk through the vineyards of Italy and find our heritage there, whether we are Italian or not. Beth describes the viticulture and terroir with such passion that Chasing Vines is not just a reading; it's an experience. Beth Moore packs the pages with, not only scripture, but also a vivid description of where she is taking us during this moment. The Lord has hope for every single one of us. He exclaims this through His scripture, and she illuminates them with every chapter and verse. We take a walk through the vineyards of Italy and find our heritage there, whether we are Italian or not. Beth describes the viticulture and terroir with such passion that you want to begin your legacy. From this hope, she intertwines the difficulties of our life, and mine being the vicious disease that she speaks of. @bethmoorelpm breaks down Scripture in her newest book, Chasing Vines, for us to see where God has planted Hope. Let me give you just a glimpse there. You transplanted a vine from Egypt. PSALM 80:8, NIV .This psalm was written centuries after the Moses saga, but the people of God were again in dire need of deliverance, as they were captives far from home. The lyrics give them voice to say to their God, essentially, “Do it again!” And God knew. God knew that slavery wasn’t the end of His people’s story. He knew the enemy wouldn’t get the final victory. He knew He would keep His promises in dramatic fashion. He had delivered them before, and He would deliver them again. The same is true for you, whether you’re battling a vicious ruler or a vicious disease, whether you’re up against an occupying army or your own anxiety. God transplanted the vine—He snatched it right out of the ground and carried it out of Egypt, with four centuries of roots dangling, so He could plant it back in the soil of its belonging. Its home. Its true terroir. @bethmoorelpm @livingproofministries#ChasingVines
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  • Mary Geisen
    January 1, 1970
    Beth Moore is a gifted teacher of the Bible and spiritual mentor to many. In her new book, Chasing Vines: Finding Your Way to an Immensely Fruitful Life, Ms. Moore takes the reader deeper into her own spiritual journey by walking us through the process of growing a grapevine. The in-depth background knowledge provides a greater awareness of the rich, detail-oriented path our own spiritual journeys take as we seek to know God on a deeper level. Throughout the book, Chasing Vines, Beth Moore Beth Moore is a gifted teacher of the Bible and spiritual mentor to many. In her new book, Chasing Vines: Finding Your Way to an Immensely Fruitful Life, Ms. Moore takes the reader deeper into her own spiritual journey by walking us through the process of growing a grapevine. The in-depth background knowledge provides a greater awareness of the rich, detail-oriented path our own spiritual journeys take as we seek to know God on a deeper level. Throughout the book, Chasing Vines, Beth Moore points the reader to the idea that we were chosen to flourish. Our lives were meant to lead us closer to God and the delight we find when we allow Him to prune, prepare, and position ourselves to become the best we can be. When pain and striving become our battle cry, it is hard to see through the mess and believe God created us for fruitfulness. But, "Jesus is our staying power in all our going." "You have been intentionally planted ... and when you're in Christ, He is the true Vine, whether you realize it or not." I highly recommend this book for all who desire to dive deeper into a relationship with God and live a life of abundance in Christ.
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  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    “Chasing Vines” illuminated the themes and metaphors of vines, vineyards, and fruitfulness that I’ve been noticing in my own studies of scriptures. In today’s technological savvy world, we can lose some of the true meanings of the agricultural references of the time in which the Bible was written. Beth Moore makes excellent connections to the original Greek and Hebrew words and meanings as well as draws on culture context and viticulture processes that bring more meaning to the Christian faith “Chasing Vines” illuminated the themes and metaphors of vines, vineyards, and fruitfulness that I’ve been noticing in my own studies of scriptures. In today’s technological savvy world, we can lose some of the true meanings of the agricultural references of the time in which the Bible was written. Beth Moore makes excellent connections to the original Greek and Hebrew words and meanings as well as draws on culture context and viticulture processes that bring more meaning to the Christian faith journey (Beth—I geek out about the definitions of Greek words, too! ....pg 144). The teachings in this book have no doubt made a mark on me and influence my faith journey for life. This is a book that I’ve been waiting to be written. It’s a must read!
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  • Kathleencantwell
    January 1, 1970
    In Chasing Vines Beth Moore brings Scripture to life! She beautifully weaves understanding of how much needs to happen to a vine in order to yield lavish fruit with perspective on the happenings in our circumstances that yields trust in God and fruitful living to His glory. Beth is a master story teller, authentic, truthful, and willing to share personal challenges and victories to encourage others. This book is filled with perspective on abiding in the True Vine (Jesus) while we wait with In Chasing Vines Beth Moore brings Scripture to life! She beautifully weaves understanding of how much needs to happen to a vine in order to yield lavish fruit with perspective on the happenings in our circumstances that yields trust in God and fruitful living to His glory. Beth is a master story teller, authentic, truthful, and willing to share personal challenges and victories to encourage others. This book is filled with perspective on abiding in the True Vine (Jesus) while we wait with expectation of the fruit He will produce in our lives.In more than three decades of following Jesus there is no other author or teacher that has encouraged me more with her writing than Beth. Chasing Vines is now at the top of my list of favorites. It will be a delight to gift this book to many friends!
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  • Nicole Unice
    January 1, 1970
    Beth Moore has a knack for somehow managing to bring levity and power to the same paragraph. Throughout Chasing Vines, Beth moves her reader from the vineyard to a deep exploration of what it means to abide in Christ. I found myself pausing frequently to take in and converse with God about the deeper meaning of a fruitful life, and along the way was delighted that Moore is a perfect guide--thoughtful, humble, insightful and courageous. Highly recommend.
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  • Dorina Gilmore
    January 1, 1970
    Beth has mentored me through the decades with her words and in-depth Bible studies. I was eager to get my hands on her newest book, especially after I saw the theme. I also published a Bible study on the process flourishing depicted in Scripture. I love how Beth makes John 15 and the metaphor of the Vine and Vinedresser come alive in unique ways. She offers history, context, Bible teaching and personal story - all with that signature Southern-girl wit blended in! I’m savoring every page of this Beth has mentored me through the decades with her words and in-depth Bible studies. I was eager to get my hands on her newest book, especially after I saw the theme. I also published a Bible study on the process flourishing depicted in Scripture. I love how Beth makes John 15 and the metaphor of the Vine and Vinedresser come alive in unique ways. She offers history, context, Bible teaching and personal story - all with that signature Southern-girl wit blended in! I’m savoring every page of this book like a good glass of wine.
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  • Kacey Colwell
    January 1, 1970
    I’ll never have all the words for this review, but I’ll give my best attempt to a few. It was profound in the way it met me in my journey. It feels like ordained timing. On top of that, it was well written. I laughed. I cried. I rolled my eyes. I smirked. Her language is enjoyable and wit is woven effortlessly into the book’s pages. The span of this book feels like I got to follow the journey of the Israelites from start to finish, a vine from start to finish, Jesus start to finish and myself I’ll never have all the words for this review, but I’ll give my best attempt to a few. It was profound in the way it met me in my journey. It feels like ordained timing. On top of that, it was well written. I laughed. I cried. I rolled my eyes. I smirked. Her language is enjoyable and wit is woven effortlessly into the book’s pages. The span of this book feels like I got to follow the journey of the Israelites from start to finish, a vine from start to finish, Jesus start to finish and myself from start to finish. I put this book down feeling more connected to the Lord, his creation and my own heart. It also paralleled perfectly what I was already and had been reading in scripture. What a treat. I highly recommend this book. And you’re welcome.
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  • Gretchen
    January 1, 1970
    Balm to my soul. Loved it from the intro where she tries to explain her love for the vine/vineyard metaphor, which I also share. Every chapter was an encouragement to my heart.
  • Susan H.
    January 1, 1970
    Don't we all want an "immensely fruitful life"? But rest assured, Beth's book is not an easy 3-steps-to-a-fabulous-life self help book. This is a faith-help book, and it will challenge you. The growth process is dirty and tiring...and completely worth the sacrifice and effort! Plus, it is very reader-friendly. Beth often writes in depth Bible studies, and there is an optional study with this book, but the book also stands alone. Of course, it's biblically rooted, but it reads with a flourish Don't we all want an "immensely fruitful life"? But rest assured, Beth's book is not an easy 3-steps-to-a-fabulous-life self help book. This is a faith-help book, and it will challenge you. The growth process is dirty and tiring...and completely worth the sacrifice and effort! Plus, it is very reader-friendly. Beth often writes in depth Bible studies, and there is an optional study with this book, but the book also stands alone. Of course, it's biblically rooted, but it reads with a flourish that invites you into a journey not matter where you are spiritually. Get ready to grow. Get ready to be challenged.
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  • A. Catlin Wozniak
    January 1, 1970
    I've had the book in my hot little hands for a couple of weeks now. Beth's books always take me a long time to read (longer than any other books because there is so much to take in). "Chasing Vines" is no different. There has been much journaling, deep pondering, and well, it's a good thing I got new highlighters for Christmas! As I'm digging in, one thing that struck me is this quote: "Have guts enough to choose the things that matter now."Beth has done it again! I recommend this book!
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  • Ashley Abercrombie
    January 1, 1970
    My love for Beth Moore keeps growing with time, and the older I get, the more I am in need of wisdom from a mother in the faith. In Chasing Vines, Beth focuses on the processes of life, and emphasizes that nothing is wasted. Not a single hurt, wound, or difficult season we endure, falls short of God's grace and goodness. In Christ, we find staying power, and in 2020, I know I'm not the only one who needs that.
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  • Anna Austin
    January 1, 1970
    This book is exactly what the American church needs to read today. Every believer, but especially women, should put this on their reading list. Beth’s analogies, warnings, and encouragements are poignant for our time. The book has certainly strengthened my faith, broadened my understanding, and put a fire in my heart for FRUIT.
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  • Gina Harris
    January 1, 1970
    Beth is an amazing writer who shares her love for Jesus by investing her personal experiences, her research, and her passion into her readers. In Chasing Vines, she expounds on the familiar scripture, and brings to life the significance of Jesus’ illustration of the Vine and the branches. As usual, after reading Beth’s book, I few closer to the author and more importantly, closer to the Father.
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  • Hallie Jones
    January 1, 1970
    This book has encouraged me and given me motivation to keep going. Keep digging deeper in my walk of faith. God always has more for us! We are called to produce much fruit and it is satisfying when we do! Beth tells us how to do that and gives us the encouragement to do so! Great read and a message we ALL need!
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  • Ruthie Kim
    January 1, 1970
    Love this book! Beth is such a fabulous writer and she expertly communicates God's heart for our lives. It's encouraging, inspiring and a must read for anyone who is seeking to pursue a fruitful life.
  • Joni Stepp
    January 1, 1970
    Beth has a way with story telling & guiding you through a concept trailing through out the scriptures. I couldn’t put the book down. Chasing Vines was beautifully written and just what my heart needed
  • Misty Krasawski
    January 1, 1970
    I’ve appreciated Beth’s writing for many years and this book didn’t disappoint. She takes us along on her journey as she learns more about viticulture (the growing of grapevines) and all the lessons we can draw from a deeper knowledge of both the practical and Biblical lessons involved. Beth’s style is approachable and offers us all new insight into our relationship with the true Vine.
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  • Martie
    January 1, 1970
    Excellent! I was not prepared for how much thinking and learning I would do! The chapters on rocks was great! My favorite - the abide chapter! SO much good stuff!!!!
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