Julie Moore

Julie Moore is a lifecoach and freelance writer. She currently contributes to Break Free, a newsletter for women in prison, recovery homes and shelters, the Christian Women Online website and writes on her personal blog www.gracefullwomen.com.

Julie teaches life and job skills and women’s Bible studies. Her passion is to see others come into a closer relationship with Jesus by understanding God’s love and grace.

In her spare time she enjoys a good cup of coffee, chocolate, Thai food, blogging, writing, and music. She loves to spend time with her family, friends, and dogs. Julie and her husband of 30 years live in Georgia and have 2 adult children.

Julie has written 33 on Christian Women Online.


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I lived most of my life to please others.  I was the person they needed and wanted me to be.  It did not matter who I really was inside; if I didn’t fit their mold, I changed myself to make them happy.  So many years buried under so many masks, it’s no wonder I lost […]

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rose bee013

His love is not a human love, it is a God-sized love that has no conditions or boundaries.  In fact He crosses human boundaries to get to me every day.  There was a time in my life when I walked away like the prodigal, thinking I knew how best to live my life.  He waited […]

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Snowfall

Father God, Today is one of those times I trust You to hold my hand and make me strong in every circumstance.  My faith feels strong now, but yesterday it seemed weak.  It’s not that I don’t know who You are and what You can do, it’s my own human frailty that keeps me from […]

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poinsetta

I got some news a while ago that threw me off guard.  I wasn’t expecting it.  My first response was, “What can I do?  How can I fix this?”  Even after sleeping on it,  I’m still a bit unclear.  Yet one thing I know my God is faithful.  He is faithful to provide the way […]

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Summer heart

Who are you?  No, really answer the question for yourself. Do you identify yourself by your occupation?  I’m a computer technologist, teacher, supervisor, administrative assistant, mailman, telemarketer, retail salesperson, etc. Do you identify yourself by your relationships?  I’m the wife of my man, mother of #1 and #2, daughter to J and E, or sister […]

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She paced the floor of the small space of the prison cell.  Back and forth, wringing her hands, her heart felt as though it would come right out of her chest.  It seemed more like a dream than reality.  Would they really set her free today? Lina had been incarcerated for two years on drug […]

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