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REFINE & RESTORE

So many women want to live boldy and bravely in their faith but feel weighed down by … something.

Rachel shares the process of refining sins–which separated her from deeper intimacy with God. This enabled her to restore her heart back to the truth, which revived her heart and enabled her to release her purpose in the world.

This book Refine & Restore will help you:

– Renew your passion and faith
– Discover what’s holding you back from deeper intimacy and connecting with God
– Understand the true definition of purpose and calling
– Ignite your heart to release your unique purpose in this world

Amazon    |    Barnes and Noble    |   ChristianBooks    |    IndieBound    |    Books-A-Million

BIG AND LITTLE COLORING DEVOTIONAL

Kids crave constant activities and attention. Adults crave quiet moments of refreshment. How can we achieve both? A national bestseller, Big and Little Coloring Devotional engages adults’ minds with appealing biblical devotionals while providing a creative outlet through coloring to diffuse stress.

Let’s have fun with our children through coloring and facilitate their spiritual growth with Scripture. Big and Little Coloring Devotional will incorporate physical, spiritual, and emotional refreshment by providing authentic faith-filled devotionals combined with therapeutic doodling for both the adult and child.

LifeWay   |    Amazon   |    Barnes and Noble   |   ChristianBooks

A MOMENT TO BREATHE: 365 DEVOTIONS THAT MEET YOU IN YOUR EVERYDAY MESS

When the rush of regular life leaves you breathless by day’s end, this collection of everyday stories becomes the place where you can come as you are, and find yourself among friends. Friends who have been there. Friends who’ll lean in close and say, “Me too!” Through our stories, the bonds of friendship deepen as we listen to each other, laugh with each other, and learn from each other. Because we’re better when we’re living this one beautiful life together.
 
With stories from 80 writers, these pages become the very place your soul can exhale.”
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