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It has been an interesting season of life for Husband and I.  Things are starting to feel uncomfortable…or…maybe too comfortable.  Our middle class, suburban skin is starting to feel too small and too much at the same time.  The things to take care of, the bills to pay, the errands to run…I admit, it is starting to feel like I’m spending more of my time managing my life than living it.  I long to spend more time on relationships that keeping up with my stuff.  I ache for my family members to live in peace, rather than discontent and discord.

Today, I told Husband that my life, my very own skin, is starting to feel itchy.  It is starting to feel too small and like it is being stretched for something more.

an experimental mutiny against excess (yes!!)

Yesterday, I devoured [easyazon-link asin="1433672960" locale="us"]7[/easyazon-link] a new book by Jen Hatmaker (who is DARLING!).  It was inspiring and nod-in-agreement inducing.  It was scary and counter-cultural and more than anything, it sounded much like the voice in my head and heart.  Surely, we aren’t supposed to live in such excess while others have so little.  It can’t really be okay for us to just tithe and close our eyes to the plight of the rest of the world.  Justice is of God, so how can we walk around and ignore that we pray that God’s kingdom would come…on earth as it is in Heaven, yet do nothing to usher it in?

[easyazon-link asin="1433672960" locale="us"]7[/easyazon-link] is challenging, laugh out loud funny, kind of extreme in an awesome way, very “project based” which totally appeals to my ENFP self, and not at all judgy.  Trust me, if I sense a bit of judginess or “you ought to” or smugness or condescension in a book, I shut it faster than I opened it.  Jen is so self-deprecating and honest that it is hard not to be in her corner.  She is honest about the fact that she is far from where she wants to be in a lot of areas of simplicity and giving, etc.  And, please hear me say, I am firmly planted in the midst of excess.  I love Starbucks and Netflix, I love MacBooks and Amazon.com, I love getting take-out and ordering pizza.  I live excessively.  I am with you, I am like you…unless you are living simply so that others may simply live…then you’re awesome and I’m just not quite there yet.  There in spirit, but not in deed.  ;)

I loved the pictures she sketched with her words, the stories she wove as the book wore on.  Tales of shoes being given off wealthy feet and put on bare and needy feet.  In her world, there is less of a physical gap between the haves and the have nots.  Her children are in relationship with homeless men and women on the Austin streets, learning in the flesh that God’s great grace covers them all.  She and her husband have adopted (are in the process while [easyazon-link asin="1433672960" locale="us"]7[/easyazon-link] is going on) two Ethiopian orphans, older children that had very low chances of ever getting placed in a family.  They are doing real, hard, awesome relational work with the least of these.

I am ruminating and I am pondering.  I am honestly trying very hard to resist soothing the discontent that is in my soul…I don’t want to drown it out with our American conveniences, our suburban luxuries, or any blasted excuse.  I want to sit in this discomfort and see how it all settles.  It will be interesting to see what God has done with our hearts when the dust finally falls, when the road is more clear, and when our direction is more certain.

But, I do know this, [easyazon-link asin="1433672960" locale="us"]7[/easyazon-link] came along at a time when God has been working out my heart anyway.  Husband gets nervous in times like these…when his wife (me!) gets another big idea or pet passion.  However, God has been so generous and good to us in this season (there have been times lately when I didn’t feel so much like that) that He has brought us both to the same place.  Husband and wife, on the same page…waiting to see what story God is going to write next.

Y’all.  Do yourself a big favor and get [easyazon-link asin="1433672960" locale="us"]7[/easyazon-link].  I am going to give away the copy I just read (gently used, but much loved) to a reader today!  Just leave a comment below if you’d like to be entered to win the book.  I’ll cut off the giveaway at midnight Monday, February 13th.

109 Comments

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Anna

    7 shopping locations, 7 menu choices, 7 items of clothing… I’d love to read it!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Karin

    That book sounds awesome and like something I would love to read. Lately I have been thinking about the same things as you are. A lot. I feel so blessed and priviliged, I have so much to be grateful for. Ofcourse there are trials and health issues, but compared to what other people have to endure I am one of the lucky ones. And yet I feel this… tugging on my heart. A little voice inside of me that says I am missing something. Something important that I just don’t see somehow. Sometimes I am afraid that it’s just a matter of being spoiled, that I keep looking for fulfillment in a way and that I am fooling myself for thinking that it’s something else, something more important, that’s making me restless. But when I look into my heart I know that’s not true. I guess that’s mostly fear speaking….

    Anyway, I loved this post. Thank you.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Rebekah

    Sounds like a great read! I’m putting it on my book list!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Christie

    Just as you said, this could not have come along at a better time for my family. Despite having everything we need and want, my husband and I are feeling discontent and looking for ways to cherish what we have and learn to be better people with less. Raising two children in this world of excess terrifies me, and I want them to grow up truly understanding more than just our own little world.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Lauren

    This is SO how we are feeling, too! Must read this book!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Emily

    I actually have the book on my kindle just waiting to be read

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Maddie

    I have been feeling the same way, feeling more and more uncomfortable in my increasingly comfortable life. My husband and I are coming up to a crossroads in the next few months, both generally and financially, and my feet have been itching to do something more with ourselves.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    beth lehman

    I’ve been reading about Jen’s new book for a few weeks – it sounds like some much needed nudging. I read her first book last summer… Trade you? :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Maria

    You really made me want to read this book!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Jamie Ivey

    I don’t want to win, b/c I’ve already read,but want to agree with you on how good it was! Such a great read and one that moves not only your heart, but also your head and hands to action.

    :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Shana

    I would very much love to win a copy of this book!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Laura

    sounds great. I would love to read it! I hate feeling tied down to my “stuff” I spend all my days picking up, orgnizing, fold, putting away “stuff” it is so time consuming…my mom is really good about living simply, and always reminds me “you’re “stuff” owns you” its SO true, if you can minimize stuff you free up your time, free up your LIFE!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Bethany cox

    I loved reading your post. I can relate so much to what you said. I also love that you are starting by giving away that book that you obviously related to on s deep level. I vow, if I win, to give it away when I am done too!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Laura

    Looks like a great, thought provoking, read. I’m definitely adding it to my list!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    E @ Act Fast Chef

    Sounds like a great book! I would love to read it :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Reeve

    Wow! Sounds amazing. I’d love to win it…especially since it was pre-read by you;)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    KateA

    wow, sounds like a good read!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Megan

    It sounds like a challenging book, which we need more of! Lately, I too have felt more like the caretaker of my stuff instead of a person living in the world. It’s an ugly feeling, but one that I clearly need to feel in order to be moved to action, like you said above. Thank you for the recommendation!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Anne

    I just read 7 last week, and I hear this. Her message hit really close to home to me (remember her derisive comments about coffee bars in 35 million dollar churches? I’ll be blogging about my giant “ouch” to that one later this week!)

    This is the first Jen Hatmaker book I’ve read and now I’m dying to read Interrupted, too.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Alison

    I walked around our home on Saturday, looking at all of our “stuff” and it kind of made me feel…yucky. We are beyond blessed, and for that I am so thankful, but we have so many things that we don’t use or need. I have been in the process of determining what can be given away, what needs to be thrown away, and what we truly need. This book sounds amazing. My heart longs to serve others, and to teach my children to do the same, but I need a good push out of my comfortable lifestyle in order to actually DO it. This book sounds like a good place to start :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    brooke

    i love that you’re not going to hoard the book for yourself! :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Nicole J

    I’m with you on this! I scanned through the book on my last stop at Barnes and Nobel–but, I’d love to have the chance to sit down and read it all!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Bethany

    I am looking forward to reading this book….This message is near and dear to my heart. Fingers crossed!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Lindsay C.

    I enjoyed this post because it’s the point I’m at in my family life. Having recently read Courtney Carver’s books Be More with Less and Living in The Land of Enough (check out her site http://www.bemorewithless.com) I’d love to have a chance to read “7″
    Thanks Hayley!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    ashley

    would love to win the book! I heard it’s a refreshing and radical way of thinking

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Meredith W

    sounds like a good one!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Rebecca

    I’d love to win this book and regardless, am putting it on my “to read” list.

    Don’t even get me started on excess……..!! :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Amanda

    I have heard a lot about this book lately. Love to read it!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Erica

    When I read my husband the paragraph questioning the ushering of God’s kingdom on Earth and living in excess while others are in need, he said, well, is there an answer?! It’s something we talk about often. Interested to see what this book says! This is the 2nd review I’ve read… Hmmm…

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Kim R.

    I had never heard of the book, but your explanation has me wanting to read it I, like you, get discouraged by the day to day-ness of managing my life instead of living my life. Thanks for the chance!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Jennifer B.

    I’ve just started reading your blog and LOVE it! I love your heart. I would love this book, and if I don’t win it, will likely be getting a copy. :-)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Jenn

    I’ve had that on my wish list for a while but keep passing over it for some reason when I order books. Thanks for the great review.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Laura

    Sounds like a great read! I would love to win!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Kayce

    My husband and I are rethinking our giving decisions, really some life decisions, about how much we will trust our God who says to give cheerfully and generously. I don’t feel very cheerful, but I want to. I want to be right there with my husband whose gift is to give and give and not worry. We don’t know where that ends up, but it looks more like changing our plans for many things, including Europe trip savings, and giving them back to the God who owns them anyway. I would love to read this book. Yay ENFPs!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Katie

    This book sounds like a great read!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Becca

    Would LOVE to win the book!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    vikki

    Wow, so what I was telling myself this morning as I was cleaning. I try to throw things away and/or throw in give away box every day but can’t keep up with it all. When I was a newly wed we had so little and wanted more, but I look back on those days and realize it only took about an hour to thoroughly clean my house then the rest of the day was mine to do whatever I wished. Less possessions = more time. I would love to read this book, hopefully I will win and if not I may just have to buy it. Thanks for a great post.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Stacy Isermann

    In my quest to par down in life, the struggle between enjoying some collections of ‘having’ and also enjoying peace and simplicity is creating a mutiny! I am really trying to find my personal…and family…and teachable to family -balance- in which to create and live on. I am very interested in others thoughts on this subject and how they create their inner/outer peace with it ‘all’! I will definitely have this book on my super wish list! Love your blog!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Kimber-Leigh

    this is the 2nd review of this book i’ve read in as many days! i was just about to go order a copy…but maybe i’ll wait until tomorrow now!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Cathy

    I want to read this one. I’m a little scared though, that it’s going to make me have to change :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Emily

    I have been spending a lot of time thinking about these ideas, too–and trying to figure out how to bring them into our home and hearts. I would love to read this book and share its message with my three children and my husband. Thanks for the opportunity.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    christina moodie

    definitely putting this on my too read list. Thanks for sharing!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Kristen

    I just left her blog…this is truly exciting stuff. I have been feeling the same stirring in my own heart. Oh, what big things we could be doing. Let’s get to work. Thanks, Haley. So glad I found your blog.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Missy G.

    This is the second time that I’ve heard about this book in the past week or so. I would love to get a copy.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Abbey

    Oh! I want to read this book! :-)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Caitlin G

    oh my. This is speaking to my heart in ways I don’t want it to. I think my comfortable life needs this, as terrifying as it might be. Thank you for the chance.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Brooksie

    I’m so intrigued. Have you read David Platt’s “Radical”? Is it comparative in nature? Thanks so much for the review and giveaway!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Ellen

    Such a wonderful post for me to hear right now. I am in a similar place, trapped in a sense between. I had already adopted the idea of nothing new for me this year (a resolution I am actually really enjoying) but to go deeper would be interesting.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    abby3

    I would love to read this! this topic is one that I need to be reminded of often….

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Kate Young

    I would love to read this. The Lord is always asking me to surrender, but the deed of simplifying just might get me there.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Lindsay Zimliki

    Very excited to read this book – just found out about it and at a perfect time in our lives.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    CFB

    I feel this sense of excessive love of temporal things (material things, status, friends, acclaim, etc.) at times; sometimes more frequently than not. At those times, I reach for God’s word and remind myself about what happens to the heart when we love this world too much. My husband and I are reading through “Stop Loving the World” – an old puritan sermon put into book form for the modern reader – for our devotions right now and it’s hitting this “love of excess” at the heart (my heart, to be exact). “Worldliness” by CJ Mahaney is another awesome read on the same subject.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Audrey

    Would love to read (and win!) this book!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    bethany

    Such a great post and book review/reaction. I would love to win this book, and if I do, I will read it an then give it away too!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Amanda

    This books sounds like an awesome and challenging read!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Hayley

    Count me in! I feel like our whole family has been purging excess in the house lately, but I still feel like you so perfectly described it as just “managing life.” I’ve felt that way for a while and it’s unsettling. I would love to read a different perspective…even though my flesh cringes at the thought of giving up what have probably become more creature comforts than necessities. It’s good to be challenged!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    emmeline

    would love to read it!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Amanda

    Funny that you posted this, because I have been dwelling on these same thoughts for quite some time. I am tired of keeping up with the things that “should” be easy to keep up with. We are comfortable, but like you said, trying so hard to keep up with life that we are exhausted when we actually take a chance to enjoy that life. It’s a hard one. You work so hard to get where you are and then you’re there and it’s still not easy. Possibly harder. I’ve even dreamed of what our family time would be like if we sold this almost 4000 square foot home we love and moved into a 2 bedroom apartment??? Imagine the extra funds to play with and travel with and less cleaning, etc? Sometimes I feel like I’m in over my head.

    So, I would LOVE to read this book. Sounds like I might need it right about now. Thanks for sharing the title! :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Chelsea

    Sounds like a great message. I’ve been leaning toward that way of thinking since reading Crazy Love and seeing the challenge to live at the median income. I’ve also felt so drawn to adoption… and I’m not even married! Thanks for the review!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    keely

    I just put it on hold with my library! But I’ll accept the copy, if I am chosen. ;)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    susannah

    as a fellow ENFP, i’d love to read this book.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Annie

    My five year old & I were just talking about this… I came across the book last night for the first time, and thought it should be next on my reading list… Such wonderful timing. Thanks for the review, and the giveaway!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Dana George

    Oh, how I’d love to read this book!!!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Tyler

    I just stumbled upon your blog last week and this book sounds like its exactly what Im looking for. I hope I am the lucky give away winner, but if not I will defenitly be finding thsi book myself.

    Thanks for all your inspiration
    Tyler

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    kathryn

    I am in a similar place…I feel it is time for change. God has opened my eyes to the needs of the world & I feel I can no longer just sit by & do nothing. I am praying, asking how God can use me…this life is His not mine.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    kaley

    This books sounds perfect! I just finished “organized simplicity”, which totally opened my eyes to how I really want to live, and that is much simpler and without all the excess that has been filling my life. Thanks for the review of the book, I can’t wait to read it.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    kristen

    I would love to win– but will definitely read the book either way. This post NAILS where I’m at, all the way around. I’ve become disgusted with my own excess and ‘need’ for stuff and I can’t stand it anymore— but where do we go? how do we break away? I’m so ready and in need of change. One of my ‘quotes for the year’ (in a post on my 2012 goals) was:
    “The question isn’t, ‘Should I give ten percent?’ Rather, Can I justify a life that consumes ninety percent of my paycheck?”
    My heart is so very stirred…
    Thanks for sharing!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Matthew

    I’ve been dying to read this book! Such a great idea!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    kristen

    PS- I was reading reviews on amazon and saw this written of the author:
    “She saw areas in which Christ was not magnified, he was not supreme, he did not rule, and she wanted to repent…”
    May that be our hearts and may that be evident in our lives!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Kadee

    Sounds like a great book! My hubby and I have thought about moving out of state just to get away from all the hustle and bustle, to be able to live a bit simpler and really LIVE life instead of (as you said) managing it.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Suzanne

    YESSS!! it is serendipity that I’ve stumbled on your site, your inspirational in so many ways.
    This is so what I need to read and cannot go out and buy it right now, I’m in the process of going through everything and figuring out every single little thing, for my daughter and myself, every. single. thing.
    Thank you for your words and source of inspiration.
    Thank you for offering this.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Suzanne

    (YOU’RE inspirational) argh.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    aussie monica

    would love to read it1

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Amy

    That book sounds like exactly what I need!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Rebecca

    Sounds like a great read.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Katie

    I’m not usually one to enter contests (I feel like I have such a slim chance of winning why bother?), but I thought I’d give this one a shot. My husband and I have recently been in discussion about how to simplify our life. I’m sure this book would give us many ideas!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Paige

    Sounds like a great read. In the past few years we have changed our spending habits, cut our living space in half , and started living more thoughtfully.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Ansley

    Being a college student, I am almost encouraged to live in excess, despite the fact that I’m only accumulating debt right now by being in school, not earning it! I have also struggled during this time in my life to give/tithe faithfully because it is so easy to make excuses and say I’ll do it when I’m older. I would love a copy of this book to read and then pass on to some friends I know would also be interested :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Haley

    Your website is darling. Just came across it. Just adorable! I am in the middle of Interrupted by Jen Hatmaker. Would love to be entered in the drawing for 7. It looks wonderful, and yet again, super challenging.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Christine

    This book sounds like something I need to read at this point in my life. I can totally relate to feeling like I have too much and that I need to start giving of myself more. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Beth Hileman

    love to win it! It sounds like it is right down the alley we would like to head.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Kristin M

    I feel like I could have written this post! I would love to read this book!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Nan

    This book sounds like something right up my alley :)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Brooklyn H

    You made me want to read this book. Excess is something I’m feeling right now. Like we have so much going on and things around us that it’s hard to keep track of.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Karen

    Ive been reading Jen Hatmaker’s blog for a few months now and have one of her other books. We are going to take part in the Garage Sale for Orphans that she talks about in her last post. It’s a great idea!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Lynda

    i hope it’s not too late to enter. i would love to read this book!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Stephanie

    I need to be shaken up a bit and rearranged. Would love a copy of this book.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Sarah

    I just returned from five months of teaching in India – from a life of simplicity that was still extravagant compared to the people around me. Now I’m back in the US, living a life of extravagance, yet as a college student it seems simple compared to the standard I’m “supposed” to be striving for. I’m grappling with the tension of how to take what I’ve seen and experienced in the third world and apply it to my life here. Needless to say, I’d love to read this book!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Jessica Sliman

    This is so perfectly timed for me too. If I don’t win the book, I will check it out on my own. It sounds like the dialogue I have in my head and heart right now. Thanks for posting!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Kristi

    Heard great things about this book! Would love a chance to read it!!!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Beth

    The book sounds nothing short of inspiring! My prayers are with you on the journey to less is more–it’s a journey I’m haltingly trying out as well!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    jovana shirley

    Adding to my need-to-read list. Thanks for the recommendation!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Emily B

    Sounds like it could really shake things up over at my house. That sounds good. I think.

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Stefanie

    We too have been struggling with the same issues & praying for the Lord’s leading in how to respond. Excess & our materialistic obsessions have been weighing heavily on our hearts as a family for many months. We feel like we’re in a waiting season to see exactly where the Lord will take this stirring of our hearts. It’s so encouraging to me to hear how many others are struggling in the same areas! Thank you, friend for recommending what looks like a fantastic book! I’ve never heard of it before (or of the author) but its now on my Kindle & I can’t wait to get started!:)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Ashley J.

    I agree with you. I think our society is splitting into two directions: those becoming more materialistic and those who are simplifying life. I am working to be in the latter group, but it is a challenge. I’m going to have to look into getting this book (or winning it!)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Mandy {creativecents}

    sounds like a great read! thanks for sharing!

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Harmony

    Would love to win this! Keeping my fingers crossed :-)

  • Reply February 13, 2012

    Michelle

    I would love to read this! This would be just what our family needs right now:)

  • Reply February 14, 2012

    young c

    sounds like a cool read! would love to win the book!

  • Reply February 14, 2012

    Valerie

    Sounds like something we all (very much including me!) could benefit from reading. Would be very interested to read! Thanks for offering it to one of us.

  • Reply February 14, 2012

    Ashleigh

    Sounds like a great read – will download it on my Kindle. What was the top thing you took from it?
    Ashleigh

  • Reply February 18, 2012

    wendi

    THANK YOU!!!! Can’t thank you enough for this post!

  • Reply February 19, 2012

    ListfulWistful-Meg

    This is beautiful: “I am ruminating and I am pondering. I am honestly trying very hard to resist soothing the discontent that is in my soul…I don’t want to drown it out with our American conveniences, our suburban luxuries, or any blasted excuse. I want to sit in this discomfort and see how it all settles. It will be interesting to see what God has done with our hearts when the dust finally falls, when the road is more clear, and when our direction is more certain.” Thanks.

  • Reply February 25, 2012

    TicoTina

    I’m sad I missed the giveaway, but still definitely checking it out – I have always felt the way you describe in your post, but I have just never quite found a resolution.

    • Reply February 25, 2012

      Tiny Twig

      i haven’t found the resolution either, but 7 is such a good read with tons of food for thought. :)

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  • Reply August 31, 2012

    Tanya S.

    This book is amazing! I’m a little late, but better than never. I bought a used copy for friends and family to pass around, b/c although I’m not a strong believer and actually haven’t gone to church in over a decade -shame, this book conveys such a greater message than show up. GO, BE, DO!
    Thanks for sharing!

  • Reply July 16, 2013

    Kelly Mitchem

    I have this on my amazon wishlist right now. I just moved cross country and my husband is still searching for a job. We are living off of one income and not able to save as much as we want. I rack my brain constantly and i know there are things i could give up, but am simply too selfish. Perhaps this book could help give me the push I need!
    Such an awesome thing to give away your book!

  • Reply September 5, 2013

    Kristi @ Babies Don't Keep

    I loved this book. Read it last year, then did the accompanying bible study later…and it challenged and changed me. If I win, I’ll give it away again!

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