Thank You {and a gift for YOU!}

We've made it to the last day of October, and to the end of my month-long writing challenge. I made new friends and found a few new readers along the way. If that's you...Welcome, I'm so glad you're here!


I'm so grateful to everyone who has followed my story, left encouraging comments, and committed to pray for us.

Our journey is not over, and I will continue to write about it (and add to the series) as long as we are on this road. But starting next week, I'll also be writing about other things in my life again: family, food, fun...and the upcoming holidays. (I can't wait to share some fabulous recipes for the holidays!) I would love for you to continue the journey with me.

To thank you for your support and encouragement, I'd like to offer you these downloadable Scripture Printables (set of 10) for FREE. Here are just a few of the Scriptures in the set.




To download the full set, click here.

They are great reminders of God's faithfulness. Print them on cardstock and hang them in a visible place in your home. Or, put one in a frame and give to a friend who is going through a difficult time.

The FREE printables will be available through the weekend. Starting on Monday, November 4, they will be available to There Is Grace subscribers only. So why not go ahead and subscribe by entering your e-mail in the box to the right? When you do, I'll send each new post directly to your inbox. Easy peasy. :)

"Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God." (Philippians 1:3, NLT)




hope-cancer-250This post is part of the series, Embracing Hope where we look at why we can put our hope in God, how we put our hope in God, and what we can do when it feels all hope is lost. To view the entire series, click here.

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7 thoughts on “Thank You {and a gift for YOU!}

  1. I joined in at the end of your series…but grateful to have found you and look forward to getting to know you. I’m in need of recipes so look forward to seeing what you share. My husband is the cook in the family but will soon be gone for far too many months so I need to learn how to cook! :)
    Many blessings.
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