Erasing Hopelessness, Strengthening Hope


You were tired out by the length of your road, Yet you did not say, ‘It is hopeless.’ You found renewed strength, Therefore you did not faint. – Isaiah 57:10

Depression, despair, discouragement. All of these difficult emotions come rushing into our lives and try to take over. They piggyback on chronic illness and are besties with disability. There’s no way to avoid the ugly when you live with chronic illness, but we don’t have to fall or climb down into the hole they leave in our lives.

I want to share what God has taught me since learning I have a chronic illness. In this, my latest book, I have compiled 30 of my devotionals that best address the darker emotions that pair with our new normal, complete with discussion questions following each one.

It is available on Amazon, as paperback or kindle version. I hope you’ll check it out!!

I’m having a giveaway on my Author Facebook page… just head over, share the link about “Hopeless” and tag a friend, and on Black Friday, I’ll choose a name at random to win a copy of the book for you and for your friend!

My prayer is that you will come to know that you are not alone and that together with God, can do this.

Heart Hugs <3

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