As I’ve gotten older my faith and christianity has grown stronger. I attend church regularly, was in a small group for years, and read my bible often. When times get tough and I have no one to turn to I turn to God. He’s my therapist when my real therapist isn’t available.
If you follow me on Instagram you’ve heard me talk about two devotional books, I have read this spring: Make it Happen by Lara Casey and 31 Days of Prayer for a Dreamer and Doer by Jenn Sprinkle and Kelly Rucker.
These books are amazing and I can’t stop about talking them. So much so that I’ve started sending them to friends as birthday gifts. I recommend these books for creative thinkers, business owners, women in the working world, and especially millennials.
A few months ago, Jenn Sprinkle hosted a meet up in Atlanta and I was fortunate enough to attend. It was great to sit around a small group of Christian women bloggers and business owners in my community and talk about life’s obstacles and rewards.
What I found most rewarding about these books were that the issues that I deal with as a full time working woman and blogger, they were dealing with too. Some of the topics discussed in the book are anxiety, managing a work life balance, when to take a brain break, relationships, marriage, friendships, when to take a leap of faith, setting goals, and so much more.
While reading both of these books I cried and laugh.
My next step is too dive into Lara Caseys Power Sheets: The Ultimate Goal Setting Worksheets.
What devotional are you currently reading?