Sharing Jesus Without Freaking Out

Just get out there and share Jesus. The heartbeat of the book is to love Jesus. God has already equipped us to share, Sharing Jesus shows us that we just need to speak to people and not be afraid to do so. I highly recommend this book.

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What is the difference between PanAway, Deep Relief and Cool Azul?

PanAway, Deep Relief, and Cool Azul, which oil should you use and when? First off, there is no exact answer for everyone, each person has a different chemical make-up and each oil reacts differently on every person. Just as some people prefer lavender essential oil to create a soothing and calming environment before bed, others prefer Peace and Calming, and some prefer Cedarwood. Learning to use essential oils is a journey, so try experimenting with different oils to find your best fit! Below is a side by side comparison of these three oils so you can learn the difference and better understand which oil you may prefer to use for specific situations. All three oils are great to apply before and after activity and for a cooling sensation on the skin.

Deep Relief:
Comes pre-diluted in a roller-ball, making it easy to take on the go, throw in gym bag, and easy to apply.

Essential oils:
Peppermint
Lemon
Balsam Fir
Clove
Copaiba
Wintergreen
Helichrysum
Vetiver
Dorado Azul

Smell: Deep Relief does not have as strong of a smell as Panaway or Cool Azul because it is pre-diluted. Some people prefer the softer aroma. The invigorating, minty smells stand out the most!

Did you know? Menthol is responsible for the cooling sensation Peppermint causes when it is inhaled or applied to the skin!

For more information on Peppermint, Lemon, and Copiaba, Check out Young Living University in the Virtual Office! Under each oil is product micro-course!

PanAway:
All the oils in PanAway are found in Deep Relief, however, PanAway is NOT pre-diluted, making this a very potent and powerful essential oil. PanAway has a child proof cap because of the high amount of wintergreen essential oil. Wintergreen is high in a constituent called Methyl salicylate. Methyl salicylate is used as the active ingredient in many sports creams, but usually from a synthetic source.

Oils:
Wintergreen
Helichrysum
Clove
Peppermint

Smell: PanAway has a refreshing, stimulating and potent smell. The wintergreen aroma stands out more than it does in Deep Relief or Cool Azul. Some people say PanAway smells like rootbeer, this is because wintergreen is actually used to make rootbeer!

Did you know? Eugenol, the main constituent in clove, has been heavily researched for its beneficial properties.

For more information on PanAway, check out Young Living University in the Virtual Office!

Cool Azul:
Is not pre-diluted and features two Young Living exclusive oils: Dorado Azul and Plectranthus Oregano. Young Living is the only company that sells these two oils, and they are homegrown on Young Living farms! Cool Azul also has a child-proof cap because of the high amount of wintergreen essential oil.

Oils:
Wintergreen
Peppermint
Sage
Copaiba
Oregano
Tea Tree
Plectranthus Oregano
Blue Cypress
Elemi
Vetiver
Caraway
Dorado Azul
German Chamomile

Smell: Cool Azul smells much sweeter than Deep Relief and PanAway. I actually like this aroma the best because it is light, but yet uplifting, invigorating and sweet.

Did you know? Grown on Young Living’s Ecuador farm, Plectranthus Oregano has similar constituents and
properties as Oregano, but it is actually in the mint (Lamiaceae) family. It was named by D. Gary Young because of its oregano-like aroma.

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What an amazing book! Convicted was about two men from two different walks of life, Andrew Collins, a cop who let his ego get to him and operates like the law does not pertain to him and Jameel McGee, an innocent man who is in the wrong place at the wrong time. They both land up in prison and start on a journey together neither envisioned when they started their day. One that saw suffering first hand, but yet the first one to forgive the police officer. A true story of hope, forgiveness, redemption, love, truth. Both land up in prison, once released they are faced with accepting responsibility for their actions and from that they rediscover what forgiveness really is in a racially divided city. God uses situation we are all in to get our attention and protect us.