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Nester Smith
Nester Smith • 17 weeks ago

Emily P Freeman is the author of A Million Little Ways. Emily will be traveling to Uganda with Compassion Bloggers January 27-31, 2014. Read along as she travels at compassionbloggers.com/uganda14

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Emily P Freeman quote. Emily is the author of A Million Little Ways and will be traveling to Uganda with Compassion Bloggers January 27-31, 2014. Read all about her journey at compassionbloggers.com/uganda14 #quote #compassion #compassionbloggers

Jeff Goins is the author of Wrecked and The In-Between. He'll be traveling to Uganda with Compassion Bloggers January 27-31, 2014. Read all about his adventure in Uganda at compassionbloggers.com/uganda14 #quote #compassion #compassionbloggers

Myquillyn Smith (aka The Nester) will be traveling to Uganda January 27-31, 2014 with Compassion Bloggers. Pictures, video and stories posted daily from her trip at compassionbloggers.com/uganda14 #quote #compassion #compassionbloggers

Myquillyn Smith (aka The Nester) will be traveling to Uganda January 27-31, 2014 with Compassion Bloggers. Pictures, video and stories posted daily from her trip at compassionbloggers.com/uganda14 #quote #compassion #compassionbloggers

Wess Stafford is the president emeritus of Compassion International and the author of Too Small To Ignore. Wess will be leading a group of Compassion Bloggers to Uganda January 27-31. Follow their journey at compassionbloggers.com/uganda14

Wess Stafford is the president emeritus of Compassion International and the author of Too Small To Ignore. Wess will be leading a group of Compassion Bloggers to Uganda January 27-31. Follow their journey at compassionbloggers.com/uganda14

"For sin shall no longer be your master, because you are not under the law, but under grace." -Romans 6:14

When it comes to typography, I am pretty open-minded. But I think this lettering makes it complicated to read. The "free-spirit" look detracts from the alphabet the designer is building.