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BETH MOORE. Beth Moore has written many best-selling books and is a dynamic teacher and a prolific Bible-study author whose public speaking engagements take her across the United States to challenge tens of thousands. Beth is focused on teaching women all over the world and is known and respected wherever she goes. She is a dedicated wife and mother of two adult daughters and lives in Houston, Texas, where she leads Living Proof Ministries and teaches an adult Sunday school class at her church. Connect with Beth at or on Twitter @bethmoorelpm


 Reverend Salvador SeBasco's


“The enduring truths that came together on the pages of Beth Moore’s CHASING VINES (Tyndale 2020) are an ensemble that could have only been orchestrated by God. I could only hope and pray that CHASING VINES does for you what it did for me.

If you want everything meaningful you’ve ever experienced In Life to flash before your very eyes and begin to answer your questions of “why?” you experienced darkness in your life, CHASING VINES is  a sight for sore eyes. It is the REAL DEAL!  It put IT ALL into perspective in a way, for finding ones way for a fruitful life, that I wanted to dive into this book's soil again and again, and finally stay deeply rooted (in Christ).

CHASING VINES is an expose on why, no matter what, our lives are meaning-filled & LOVE matters, and gives valor to BE STILL in its fullest volume (of God’s Love.). 

CHASING VINES is amazing in its applications to unveil compassion for LOVE. It is fun-packed with (founded) Belief. In whole, CHASING VINES is a wonderful thing! Magnificent in imagery. Imagery with reflectance of how God “shows” His Lovingkindness on behalf of us growing for a flavor (distinctive) of love NOT favor of Love. It left me with a feeling of how I should feel about myself (on many levels), respective of my sense of place, aspect, fervor, abidance and terroir fraught with limits and bound by natural laws. But immutably loved by God, The Vinedresser.

(Author) Beth (Moore) needed to know the she mattered. That her pain mattered. That there was hope for her. That she wasn’t just meant to survive but to thrive. And God the Vinedresser answered.

Though I was not there physically with Beth in Tuscany, when I read the pages of CHASING VINES, spiritually I went to Tuscany and back with Beth I was dumbfounded and  encouraged all at the same time at the exactness, connectedness and sense of belonging it brought forth and inward to my soul. Texas style, God placed a saddle on a vine and let Beth ride it all the way through the end of the book and beyond. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, Beth & God for allowing (the abiding) me to come along for the ride.

At Part Three, Chapter 10, CHASING VINES becomes wonderfully intrusive to (interlaced with paradigms) shatter our own reality for our own good.

Not metaphorically I felt my left hand held by God and right hand by Beth as I strolled down its pages, word by word, sentence by sentence, note by note. What an ever tantalizing interlude into a spirit-filled nuance Christ’s life in us is as/and allows, and just how simply our abiding connectedness abounds!

As if to breathe in deep breaths exhaled by God, CHASING VINES gives aspect & a perspective unique to (that if) going back in a time machine. A going back in 'God’s due time' machine!"

                             ―Reverend Salvador SeBasco
​                                Host of THE INSIDE VIEW CHRISTIAN RADIO SHOW
                                Founder Sheephook Ministries
                                Member, National Book Critics Circle 
                                                                                                                                          January 3, 2020