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As someone who is officially a part of the “older generation”, my desire is to proclaim to the younger generation that God is faithful and to strengthen your hand in God by directing your attention away from me and onto Jesus, the gospel, and God’s amazing, amazing grace. For there is where your answers, strength, and hope lie – no matter what season you are in! I love coming alongside those who are coming behind me, to help them find strength in God , to proclaim God’s faithfulness , to encourage one another, to help each other persevere, one day at a time!


EVERYDAY PRAYERS FOR JOY

Joy. It became my word a few years ago after God ushered my family and me into a season of very difficult circumstances. It happened one night when I couldn’t sleep. I quietly tiptoed out to our living room, sat on the couch, and wrapped myself in a warm blanket. The only light in the room came from three letters that sat on a shelf: “J-O-Y.” As I sat there, I reflected on what a long, difficult season we were in. That night, I knew that God wanted me to learn His definition of joy. Not merely an intellectual knowledge of the definition. He wanted joy to be my heart and soul’s down-deep experience. He wanted me to experience Biblical joy.

Biblical joy is not something that comes and goes; it is not dictated by our circumstances. Biblical joy is something that exists even when we are suffering or going through a heavy trial. In Everyday Prayers for Joy: A 30-Day Devotional & Reflective Journal for Women, you will learn what it means to find Biblical joy in God’s Word & the promises He has given us there!

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