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Tuesday

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April 2014

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FREE “What a Woman Is Worth” Graphic- Featuring Deborah Bryan!

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Every day this month, I’ll post a free graphic with a quote from a contributor to What a Woman Is Worth. Just right click to download, and use them however you’d like. And please, share away! I’d love to see these all around Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest– just tag #WAWIW. Today’s quote is from Deborah Bryan, who reels from her collision with the glass ceiling, and she picks herself back up, stronger for the fight. Get the whole book here!

Tuesday

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April 2014

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How My Own Book Messed Me Up & Blessed Me

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Check out my interview at Communicating Across Boundaries today to learn why it took me a whole extra year to publish What a Woman Is Worth, why it’s so important for men to read, what my next writing plans are, and more! If you’d like to share an interview about or excerpt from What a Woman Is Worth on your site, contact me!

Monday

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April 2014

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FREE “What a Woman Is Worth” Graphic- Featuring Jennifer Deibel!

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Every day this month, I’ll post a free graphic with a quote from a contributor to What a Woman Is Worth. Just right click to download, and use them however you’d like. And please, share away! I’d love to see these all around Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest– just tag #WAWIW. Today’s quote is from Jennifer Deibel, who shares the sinking experience of peer rejection and the buoying experience of peer acceptance. Get the whole book here!

Monday

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April 2014

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FREE “What a Woman Is Worth” Graphic- Featuring Marilyn Gardner!

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Every day this month, I’ll post a free graphic with a quote from a contributor to What a Woman Is Worth. Just right click to download, and use them however you’d like. And please, share away! I’d love to see these all around Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest– just tag #WAWIW. Today’s quote is from Marilyn Gardner, who aches seeing her Pakistani friends relegated to second-class citizenship, and she aches to see Jesus restore them as tangibly as he did for the women in the Bible. Get the whole book here!

Saturday

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April 2014

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FREE “What a Woman Is Worth” Graphic- Featuring Sarah Moon!

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Every day this month, I’ll post a free graphic with a quote from a contributor to What a Woman Is Worth. Just right click to download, and use them however you’d like. And please, share away! I’d love to see these all around Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest– just tag #WAWIW. Today’s quote is from Sarah Moon, who exposes the damage rape, spiritual abuse, and physical violence did to her belief in her own humanity, and, with the help of healthy relationships, she boldly and beautifully reclaims it. Get the whole book here!

Friday

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April 2014

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FREE “What a Woman Is Worth” Graphic- Featuring E.L. Farris!

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Every day this month, I’ll post a free graphic with a quote from a contributor to What a Woman Is Worth. Just right click to download, and use them however you’d like. And please, share away! I’d love to see these all around Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest– just tag #WAWIW. Today’s quote is from E.L. Farris, who takes back her own story of sexual abuse and violence from her family of origin in a powerful reimagining that sets her free. Get the whole book here!

Thursday

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April 2014

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FREE “What a Woman Is Worth” Graphic- Featuring Janet Heath!

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Every day this month, I’ll post a free graphic with a quote from a contributor to What a Woman Is Worth. Just right click to download, and use them however you’d like. And please, share away! I’d love to see these all around Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest– just tag #WAWIW. Today’s quote is from Janet Heath, who reveals the deep pain of unworthiness bullying creates, worsened by the neglect of those who ought to protect and love. Get the whole book here!

Thursday

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April 2014

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“What a Woman Is Worth” — Read the Introduction!

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It began with a question even before I was born. Just a swell in my mother’s belly, I was punched by a hand that was meant to hold me. I was not even here yet, and already my worth was in doubt. As I grew, so would the question, and it would gnaw at me—unarticulated, insidious, and damning. My world told me stories of my worth, and I believed them. So I lived into what I believed, which is to say, I did not live fully well. Still, story was what I knew; how, in rare moments, I lived; how [...]

Wednesday

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April 2014

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FREE “What a Woman Is Worth” Graphic- Featuring Shanda Sargent!

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Every day this month, I’ll post a free graphic with a quote from a contributor to What a Woman Is Worth. Just right click to download, and use them however you’d like. And please, share away! I’d love to see these all around Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest– just tag #WAWIW. Today’s quote is from Shanda Sargent, who bares the emotional wounds her father inflicted on her with physical and verbal abuse, and she bears the beautiful healing her Heavenly Father gave her with tender love. Get the whole book here!

Tuesday

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April 2014

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FREE “What a Woman Is Worth” Graphic- Featuring Alex!

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Every day this month, I’ll post a free graphic with a quote from a contributor to What a Woman Is Worth. Just right click to download, and use them however you’d like. And please, share away! I’d love to see these all around Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest– just tag #WAWIW. Today’s quote is from Alex, who uncovers the excruciating emotional pain of childhood sexual abuse and the life of sex slavery to which it led. Be sure to read her bio at the end of the book to be tremendously encouraged that healing of even the deepest wounds is [...]