Skip to main content

"What's Your Story" Devo Review and Giveaway

It's summer time!!!  I love summer time but all too often the busyness of summer can hinder my personal time with Jesus.  :(  Have you been there, done that?  Let me be real honest... there have been so many different seasons in my life where my devo time has suffered.  I know I am not the only one out there with that struggle!!!

Let me tell you about this short 8 day Devotional.  It is a great way to start your devo time back up if you have been in a drought or if you are a new christian.  :)

This quick and easy devo grabs your attention and your heart.  With guided journal activities this devo helps you learn how to share your story.  One of the most important things we as Christians need to do is share the Love of Christ and by doing so we need to share our testimonies.  :)  We need to be able to share in a quick manner so we don't lose peoples attention spans.

This 8 day devo really helps you lay out big events in your life and helps you put together your story!  I did something similar to this when I was at a leadership trek in college.  It was great and this was too!  I love how this story encourages and challenges each reader, it allows for you to soak and meditate on His word and His promises!

At the end of the devo the author, Deanna Kohlhofer, shares her story.  I was unsure if I wanted to share my story on this post or wait and I have concluded to wait on it and hope to make a separate blog post to share it! :)

Order your copy HERE 

So the author agreed to giveaway 3 PDF copies of "What's your Story?"!  :) :)  So use the rafflecopter form below to enter.  :)

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Jenn said…
I WANT THIS! So hopefully Im the only entry :) :)
Andrea Reaves said…
I love the fact that even through her hard times, she never wavered from god.

Popular posts from this blog

Top Tips for Moms Taking Online Degrees

  Online degrees can often be the best option for moms who want to get back into education due to their flexibility and the wide range of subjects that there are available for them to study. However, online degrees are not always plain sailing, and to make sure that you can get the grade that you deserve, read on for some top tips for moms interested in taking online degrees.  Choose the Right Degree Choosing the right online degree is vital to your success. Picking a subject that you are passionate about and that you have a natural talent for will ensure that you can breeze through your course and ensure that you have the motivation to continue even when you do struggle. If you are looking for an online degree that is perfect for moms, a Bank Street Early Childhood Leadership certificate can help you to advance your career in teaching, build upon your previous qualifications, and allow you to get a career that can be easily juggled with the commitments of parenting.  Balance Family a

Liquid Chalk spray! Chalk Idea #7

Last week we tried out the fizzing sidewalk chalk- click here to read that review. This week it is liquid chalk spray.  They are a bit similar but yet different.  Here is how to make it: Supplies: 1 tsp. washable tempura paint 1 cup of hot water 1/2 cup of cornstarch squirt of dishwashing liquid 1 squirt bottle- I found them at the dollar store 1.  Add cornstarch to one cup of hot water whisking to mix so that there are no clumps. 2.  Add one teaspoon of washable tempura paint and a quirt of dishwashing liquid.  Mix well. 3.  Pour it into your squirt bottles and shake well. 4.  Go have fun!!!   This kept my daughters attention much longer the the fizzy chalk last week.  I also think this was easier to work with and just more fun in general.  I love seeing the chalk wet but then to see it dry.  I think it dried darker so it was fun to see the changes.  :)  Ready, Set, Go!  Have some fun! She is my little model... she kept saying "take my picture mom." She is like her

Toddler Rainbow Craft for St. Patricks Day

St. Patrick's day is March 17th so its approaching quickly.  I have a few ideas on art and food projects that i want to do with the kiddos.  Hopefully I will have enough time to complete them and share them with you.   This was a super easy one for those little hands.  I cut the stripes of colored paper but if you are working with a preschooler or school aged child then they can practice cutting.  The two toddler boys here only had to glue the pieces on their piece of paper.  EASY, but they enjoyed it!  :)  It sure has brightened my kitchen with them hanging on the fridge!  :)   I also talked more about the Promise God gave us with the rainbow since I know that history a whole lot better then the history of the Irish Holiday!