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!

The Least of These

The holiday season seems to be the busiest time of the year. I don’t think we intend for it to be that way, but it happens. We want so desperately for this time to be focused on quality time with our loved ones, but then in the blink of an eye, it’s over. Often we don’t know where the time went or if it was meaningful. I get caught up in the hustle and bustle just as much as the next person, but my heart has been wanting and needing a different pace, a different way.

I realized that only I can make that decision. I get to choose whether or not this season is hurried and frantic or if it’s slow and full of wonder. Where do we start this process of going against the societal norms and leaning into a kingdom mindset?

This Christmas season is solely based on one thing alone — Jesus. We celebrate His birth and what that meant for the entire world. Why did He come? Why did He come in the most vulnerable state of a baby? Why does it matter?

It matters because His birth set in motion God’s plan for salvation and redemption for mankind. That salvation covers every area of our lives — spiritual, physical, emotional, financial, and mental. Jesus freely came and lived and died for our freedom.

In order to reflect on this truth, we need to slow down. We need to quiet our minds and souls and hearts in order to hear His still small voice. Once we are in the secret place pondering all that His birth and life means for us and the world, it will affect how we walk out this Christmas season and our everyday lives.

I look around our country and see how blessed we truly are even when I don’t feel that I am. I get preoccupied with my needs and trials and pain. I don’t even take the opportunity to look around at those who have gone through loss or suffering that I can’t even imagine. Sometimes I think that we have become apathetic to the hurts of others. Maybe we can’t imagine how we can begin to help someone with overwhelming need.


To read the rest, join me over at Incourage!

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