I have a really exciting project to tell you about! I’m so happy to be included in the (in)courage Devotional Bible. Y’all this is such a beautiful project I know God is going to use mightily.
Specifically, I wrote two devotions. One is about how the Prince of Peace reconciles and rescues, based on some verses from Isaiah 9. The other is about God’s people dwelling together, taken from Ephesians 2.
There are 312 devotionals written by 122 contributors, and they are organized into 10 devotional themes. Each theme has a distinct color and design to identify it throughout this Christian Standard Bible. In addition, each theme has a reading plan. The reading plans note title, page number, and the author of each devotion. In the back of the Bible, you’ll find a list of all contributors, their bios, and on which pages you can find their devotions.
In addition, there are 50 Women of Courage features and 66 introductions. Additional custom features encourage women to explore the Bible and find their story through God’s story, plus journaling space at the bottom of each page. The Bible will be offered with four different covers with a variety of prices: white hardcover, blue leather touch, green fabric cover, and navy genuine leather. I have the blue leather touch one, and it’s perfection.
You can buy this beauty wherever Bibles are sold, including Amazon. DaySpring is offering the Bible at 20 percent off PLUS a free leather journal through the end of October.
You can learn more about the Bible, the devotion writers, and incourage at its website. If you’d like to sample this Bible, you can do that too, thanks to incourage making the books of Ruth and Esther available.
At (in)courage, women are welcomed to a place of faith, connection, and friendship, where they will always find themselves among friends. Founded in 2009 by DaySpring, the Christian products subsidiary of Hallmark Cards, Inc., the vision for (in)courage was to create a new home for the hearts of women, where women take turns pulling up a chair to share their stories of what Jesus looks like in their everyday, gloriously ordinary, and often messy lives. Since then, (in)courage has grown into a vibrant community that reaches thousands of women every day, welcoming them just the way they are, offering a space to breathe, loving support, and resources for meaningful connection.
I was invited to write a couple of devotions to this Bible and received a free author copy, but I’m thrilled the share the entire project with y’all. These opinions are my own.