Favorite Finds Friday!

You guys!

We just got the greatest news and we couldn’t wait a single minute to share it with you. RIGHT NOW the (in)courage Devotional Bible is available on Kindle for only $2.99!

That’s the WHOLE Bible, plus all 312 devotions, 10 reading plans, and so much more for less than three bucks! (Insert happy dance here!)

The timing of this sale couldn’t be better because next month. . . we’re launching a new Women of Courage Online Bible Study! And we will be using — you guessed it — the (in)courage Devotional Bible!

Starting February 1st, join an army of women as we journey through God’s Word, meet 12 incredible women of courage straight from Scripture, and dig into three themes from the (in)courage Bible that will meet you in the grit and grace of everyday life. There will be interactive discussions, videos from some of the devotion authors, and more!

The official announcement will come out next Friday, along with all the details about how you and your friends can sign up for the Women of Courage Online Study. But since you’ll need the (in)courage Devotional Bible to join us, we couldn’t pass up the chance to share this AMAZING KINDLE DEAL with you today. (We’re not sure how long it will last!)


What better way to dive into 2019 than diving daily into the Word of God with a community of sisters? We couldn’t be more excited.


So, to recap:

– Buy the (in)courage Devotional Bible on Kindle today.

– Share this email with your friends.


– Look for all the Bible Study details next Friday, January 18, in your inbox and/or at incourage.me.


We can’t wait to grow into the women of courage that God has called us to be. We hope you’ll join us!

On Dying Well

Okay, so I realize the title might throw you off, but hang with me. If you’ve been in this space for the past few months, you may remember this post I wrote in June of last year. It was all about my dear friends, Steve and Gayla. Steve battled cancer for a couple of years. He was 39 with three small kids. I wrote about how our community rallied around his family and met every conceivable need they had. Often times, needs were met they didn’t even know they had. It was amazing and beautiful, encouraging and challenging.

Well, sadly, he lost his battle to cancer in October. The funeral was filled with thousands from near and far who came to celebrate Steve’s life and legacy. I sobbed and I laughed as person after person told stories about Steve. My sweet Gayla went first. She shared with us about how they were neighbors growing up and how Steve was madly in love with a slightly younger Gayla. It took her a while to return said love.

During the reception after, I was talking with someone and she said, “There are many people teaching us how to live well, but no one teaching us how to die well.” That statement hit me like a ton of bricks. It’s true, right? I had the honor of being intimately involved in Steve and Gayla’s lives during his last year. I was there several days of the week into the wee hours of the morning. I fought back tears when I would see him in his declining health. Because it happened so quickly.


To read the rest, join me over at Incourage!

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