New Book at bloom (in)courage

You guys know I love a good book!
And I would LOVE if you would go back to my previous post about the book club I joined a little over a year ago... Remember?  

I am SO excited for Bloom's NEW selection for their (in)courage Book Club!

According to dayspring's website, 
"You're Already Amazing!  In her new book, Holley Gerth helps you understand and embrace the truth that as a woman, you do not need to do more, be more, and have more - because you are already amazing just the way God created you to be.  Take hold of who you are and what you're called to do... God's got bigger plans for your life than you've even imagined!  Take the dare... embrace the truth... be who you are!" 

What I get excited about this book club, is that I get to interact with people from all over the world, who might be struggling and hurting, learning and being challenged, and most of all, CELEBRATING God's blessings with those who I might have never been able to "meet" under any other circumstances.  What a rich community that is!

The discussions begin on Monday, March 26th.  
(but every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, there will be news and updates leading to the actual study.  So, stay tuned and keep checking the Bloom's website.)

And RIGHT NOW, they're making available a certain amount of books at no cost for those who wish to read the book and participate in the discussions, but are unable to afford the book on their own.  That is a real blessing!  AND, if you're already buying a book for yourself (for only $9 each), you can get free shipping by being willing and able to purchase a second copy to donate to someone who can't afford it.  How cool is that! :)  Click here to "buy a book - give a book".

Ok, jump on this bandwagon with me, people!!  
I can't wait!

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  1. I would love to, but no time for reading lately. But I'll definetly be waiting to see if you enjoy this book. Maybe next time around.

  2. I'd never heard of this! Thanks for putting me onto it, Helen! =)

  3. Helen, Have you tried pulling on one end of your sweater while someone pulls from the other end to see if you can get a little bit of length back? I got a shrunken sweater back to waist length by doing that....just an idea. =)