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Asheritah Ciuciu is a bestselling author, national speaker, and host of the Prayers of REST podcast. A Romanian missionary kid, she's passionate about helping people around the world enjoy Jesus through creative spiritual habits. Asheritah is married to her high school sweetheart and together they raise their three spunky kids in NE Ohio. Discover your creative devotional type at OneThingAlone.com.
Asheritah is honest, open, vulnerable and is such a great guest. Listeners open up to her because of that vulnerability. She’s always willing to go whatever direction we need to go with the conversation. I highly recommend her!
Chris Fabry - Moody Radio, Host of the Chris Fabry Live show
“If you want your listeners to get a vision of God’s love and take actionable steps toward spiritual victory, you’ll want to have Asheritah Ciuciu as your guest. Asheritah is one of our top-tier experts for high-impact ministry.”
Karl Clauson - Moody Radio, Host of Karl and Crew Mornings
Asheritah Ciuciu offers women insight on how they can achieve and maintain a healthy relationship with food in a discussion based on her book Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction. She covers topics like the lies women believe about food, choosing truth over those lies, and finding ultimate fulfillment in God.
Asheritah is a regular contributor to my morning show in Cleveland, Ohio. She loves Jesus deeply and is passionate about communicating Biblical wisdom and spiritual truth. The Lord has given her unique perspective and exceptional communication skills. Plus, she’s personable, friendly, fun, energetic, and enthusiastic. I highly recommend her!
Brian Dahlen - Moody Radio, Host of Mornings with Brian and The Grandfather Effect
Are you starting your day on empty?
Before your feet hit the ground, chaos drowns out any hope of quiet time with Jesus, as the alarm blares, kids run around the house, and your to-do list reminds you that you’re already behind.
Bible and Breakfast is for you. In just a month, you’ll kickstart a morning habit of meeting with Jesus and eating a healthy breakfast every day. Join Bible teacher and author Asheritah Ciuciu for 31 devotions for busy women and 31 tasty breakfast recipes.
For so many, finding the time to connect daily with Jesus is a worthy, yet elusive endeavor.
Author Asheritah Ciuciu aims to help with her 31 day devotional Bible & Breakfast. By combining devotional readings with breakfast recipes – some for busy on-the-go days; and others for more leisurely mornings, she encourages readers to spend some time every day with Jesus – even if they can only start with small, bite-sized amounts of time. In the Final Thoughts segment, Asherita talks about how to model spending time with Jesus for your kids.
In the midst of a busy schedule, it can feel nearly impossible to set aside special time for being with God and reading your Bible.
But what if there was another way?
Learn from Asheritah Ciuciu, blogger, speaker, and founder of One Thing Alone Ministries, how to have Bible "snacks" and still enjoy that precious time in the Bible.
Main Street is your local connection to the Christian community of Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. Hosted by Jamey Schmitz and Virginia Bossa, each program analyzes current topics through a biblical lens and how it affects us and our local community.
From minor interruptions to deep, unfulfilled longings, life is full of disappointments. And yet, God's Word offers us much hope!
In this podcast episode, Asheritah joins Erin Davis in a panel discussion to explore the subject of disappointment through the eyes of Elizabeth.
Asheritah Ciuciu leads readers through the four weeks of Advent (Hope, Preparation, Joy, and Love). These devotionals can be used by readers in their own personal worship times or as a tool to engage in family worship during the busy holiday season. Either way, participants will gain a greater sense of awe and wonder at who Jesus is.
When we focus on our own perceived value and worthiness, we lose our sense of awe and wonder at just how magnificent Jesus is. As we navigate this life we will quickly find that alone, we are not enough. But with Him and in Him, we have everything we need, because He is enough.
The truth is that food is not the enemy. Food is a good gift from a good Father meant to turn our hearts toward Him in worship.
So how exactly does food fixation relate to our spiritual lives? That topic is at the heart of Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction, but for starters, consider the following scenarios...
For many of us, food has become an increasingly complex issue that causes us to feel guilty, overwhelmed, or even hopeless. If you feel defeated by your lack of self-control or overwhelmed by thoughts and longings for food, join author Asheritah Ciuciu as she digs into Scripture and reveals the path to freedom. You’ll discover the joy of living free from food fixation by experiencing deeper satisfaction in Christ. This reading plan is adapted from Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction.