Here’s the scary thing about publishing a book. Inevitably, people attribute some type of expertise to the author. That makes sense. If I published a book on techniques on
teaching math to 9th graders, it would be right to assume I had some expertise there. But publishing a book on gospel-centered womanhood is a little different. I don’t have it all together. But then again, if I did, I wouldn’t need the gospel. This book is written by and for women who don’t have it all together. Who struggle. Whose burdens in life sometimes feel overwhelming. This is not a guilt inducing book. God forbid! It would be the height of hypocrisy if I wrote a book that made other women feel guilt because of some imagined pinnacle of Biblical womanhood I had achieved.
Instead, this book is written from moments of my deepest pain and struggle as I walked with other friends through their pain and struggle. God meets us in the worst places and shows how the good news of Jesus’ coming makes an all-surpassing difference in those moments. My prayer is that this book would minister grace to my sisters in Christ who struggle to put one foot in front of the other as we long for Jesus’ return.
You can order the book from the Estore for the next two weeks using coupon code FGBFA79S to receive 20% off. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a code to receive 30% off for orders of 10 or more. The book is also available on Amazon, but I do not have the ability to offer discounts through them, so if you want a discount, the Estore is the way to go.
If you want to do the study in a group, each book contains pages to write out reflections along with discussion questions at the end. I have three free copies to give away. Please comment below, and I’ll randomly draw names on Saturday.
**I need to edit this to say I’ll be giving 4 copies away and will draw names on Friday. I think there are too many names already to wait until Saturday. Thank you all for the overwhelming response.**