Saturday, October 5, 2019

Strong, Brave, Loved: Empowering Reminders of Who You Really Are by Holley Gerth

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Bestselling author Holley Gerth feels like your best friend, your supportive sister, and your biggest cheerleader. She understands that you want to be a woman who looks life in the face and says, "You can't beat me." A woman who knows love is a risk and reaches out anyway. A woman who understands kindness takes real courage. Who doesn't fake it or try to hide her scars. Who fights to believe she is who God says she is and helps others do the same.

Strong, Brave, Loved offers 60 short devotions to empower you to be that kind of woman. It's simple, personal, and practical, with room for you to journal your own responses and reflections. With these concise and compassionate devotions, Holley leads you on a journey of discovery as you learn to live in freedom, hope, and holy courage.

My Thoughts:
Strong, Brave, Loved: Empowering Reminders of Who You Really Are by Holley Gerth is a beautiful book! This gorgeous book is amazing not only on the outside, but the inside too. The devotionals in this book are too good not to miss. I love how each of these devotions are filled with encouragement through scripture and prayer. I feel empowered and love by each and every single devotion. Holley Gerth is the real deal. I had the opportunity to do a live chat with her a couple of years ago. Her heart is pure gold. What you read is what you hear from her in person. Her heart spills into her writing and she is just real/ honest. This book came at a perfect season in life where I was looking for real encouragement to help me in a season where I have felt deep shame and hurt. This devotional is the perfect book in helping the reader feel loved and real. I highly recommend this devotional for any woman or even as a gift. 
About the Author:
Holley GerthHolley Gerth is a best-selling writer, licensed counselor, certified life coach and speaker. She is cofounder of (in)courage, an online destination for women, which received more than one million page views in its first six months. She also reaches out to readers through her popular blog at and a partnership with DaySpring. Holley lives in the South with her husband, Mark.

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