A few new books are on their way onto our shelves and into our hearts. One being from Steven Curtis Chapman and the other from Natalie Grant. Both have written several books but that doesn’t make us any less excited about these!
This week, Steven Curtis Chapman tweeted:
‘I ‘pushed send’ on final edits of my book to my publisher at 5 am this morn. My family is celebrating tonight!’
We don’t know a whole lot of details yet but we’ll find out soon enough. Until then, check out the awesome shirt he is wearing.
Natalie Grant has a new book available for pre-order on Amazon called ‘Finding Your Voice.’ If you follow her on social media, you’ve probably seen her mention it a few times.
Here’s the explanation Amazon has about the book:
In a culture that praises blending in over standing out, productivity over purpose, and noise over truth, many women find their God-given voice compromised, quieted, or even mocked. We all long to live out our divinely designed passions and unique talents, yet too often it becomes so much easier in the face of opposition to stay silent altogether. What if God is calling you to so much more?
As a working mom, wife, artist, and abolitionist, Natalie Grant has struggled to live on purpose while battling the worldly demands of keeping up the appearance of perfection. Emerging from her own dark spiral of suffocating inadequacy, Natalie found fresh hope in the truth that God has already givenwomen everything they need to live out their God-given identity, passions, and calling. Finding Your Voice offers the heart-rallying, life-giving truth that a woman’s voice is not an uncalled for interference to be silenced, but a gift to be used for God’s Kingdom purposes. In voice lessons as in life, a strong vocal identity requires us to first stand firm, breath deep, and finally, go for it—loud and clear.
With rich scriptural study and personal stories infusing every chapter, Finding Your Voice reveals how to discover your own unique talent, train it according to God’s Word, and start using it for the good of others—without guilt and apology.
Guess it’s time to get reading!