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Julie Gorman is a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Trainer and Speaker. She is also a licensed LIFEPLAN facilitator with the Paterson Center. She and her husband Greg write, produce, and host a weekly Broadcast, Two Are Better than One, on the Purpose Focused Network, and is the founder of Married For A Purpose. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Bible with minors in Pastoral Ministries and Communications.

Julie has been featured on National Syndicated Radio and TV Outlets with Moody Radio, Life Today with James Randall Robison, Life Love And Family with Dr. Tim Clinton, and many others. She is the author of What I Wish My Mother had Told Me About Men, What I Wish My Mother had Told Me About Marriage. She co-authored her two newest book Married for a Purpose: New Habits of Thinking for a Higher Way of Living Two Are Better than One ... God has a Purpose for Your Marriage.

Although grateful for her opportunities as a writer and speaker, Julie remains most passionate about her role as wife and best friend to her husband of over 20 years, Greg, and a mother to their three children, Courtney, Sommer and Joshua.

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What I Wish My Mother Had Told Me About Life and Men

We gravitate towards what we contemplate, so believe the best about everyone. Constantly extend grace, kindness and forgiveness to all mankind. Until we know who we are and why we were created, we risk the temptation of allowing other things and other people to define our worth. Feelings can keep us from accomplishing our purpose; since we can't change the way we feel, we have to learn how to change the way we think. God invites us to align our thoughts with His. One of the greatest gaps existing in life is the gap between knowing and doing. To live…

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Transformation–The Journey Toward Our Greatest Potential

Transformation arises not through ambition or self-will, but amidst our surrender to the One Who holds all things together through His Word. Generally, we don’t take steps toward growth until the pain of staying the same exceeds the pain of change. Only in that place does true surrender begin. Transformation begins with a decision to forgive and to extend unconditional grace, acceptance, and love to the one who did us harm. Transformation grows with our decision to believe the best about another, remembering their best qualities, and overlooking their offenses. Transformation flourishes when we acknowledge we live in the midst…

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