Favorite Finds Friday!

I seriously love a good collaboration! I couldn’t have picked a better one than Candace Cameron Bure and Dayspring and Incourage!

If you don’t know who Candace Cameron is, I’m not sure where you’ve been, but she is a well known actress, author, communicator advocate and entrepreneur. She is one of my favorite people and dare I say, role models. She is the epitome of kind, gracious, generous and joyful. She loves Christ and is unashamed to share the Gospel. She is bold in the face of adversity and criticism. She stands firm on the Word of God and stands secure in her identity in Him.

Candace has just released a new book entitled ‘Kind is the New Classy: The Power of Living Graciously’. This book is coming at the perfect time! Many people wander aimlessly, not knowing who they are, and being tossed around with every passing trend. We also live in such a divided society. Everyone is so easily offended and always wanting to be angry about something.

 

“The world has a way of defining you if you don’t know who you are before you get out there.” Candace Cameron Bure

 

There are injustices in the world that we must stand against, but we do it in Jesus’ name and in the power of His love. It is His kindness that leads to repentance. Kindness and grace are the best ways to show the love of Christ and to be a genuine witness for Him. In her new book, Candace shares practical application of Scripture and real life stories of God working in her life to walk out grace in any situation.

Along with her new book, Candace joined Dayspring and Incourage to release some fun new products inspired by Kind is the New Classy! The new line includes t-shirts, paper products and phone cases and much more! I got a sneak peek before it launched and it is dreamy! The colors, the design, the message and the quality…all top notch!

If you love Candace like I do and have a deep love for super FUN products, then this new line is for you!

 

You can click here to buy a copy of the book or some of the awesome resources!

You can also connect with Candace, Incourage and Dayspring on Instagram! Feel free to use the hashtags #KindIsTheNewClassy and #SpreadKindness when you share about your new products!

 

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Crisis and Community

 

A few weeks ago, the unthinkable happened. My good friends from my church, Autumn and Ben, lost their little girl, Addisyn, in a horrific car accident and their other daughter, Ashtyn, sustained significant injuries. Addisyn had an immense love for God and love for people. She had a heart to serve and to tell the world about Jesus — she radiated pure joy!

Who is ever prepared for their child to die? On top of that, who is ever prepared for all of the responsibilities and decisions that come along with the loss of a loved one?

I went to the hospital to visit the family, and they were surprisingly in good spirits. I hugged Autumn and told her I loved her. I didn’t have any other words to say, and it’s ok I didn’t. Ashtyn was being showered with gifts and candy galore by her dad’s fellow sheriff officers. There was such an outpouring of love and generosity, and it was a beautiful sight to see.

I’ve lost my fair share of people, and I have walked with dear friends who have lost loved ones. It never gets easier. I’m a fixer by nature, but loss is simply not something you can fix. I’ve learned that though words might be few, there are some things we can do to mourn those who mourn.

 

To read the rest, join me over at Incourage!

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