Take Flight! (Hardcover)
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Dig In, Soar Up
Spread your wings and really go places with "Take Flight," the first devotional/ponder/prayer/make-it-what-you-need book in the Sisterchicks in the Word series Robin Jones Gunn and her Sisterchick, Cindy Hannan, offer a collection of fresh, insightful devotions that will rejuvenate the quiet time gone dry. Along with key Scripture verses, they kick in travel tips, wisdom (such as, when a woman knows she's loved, she can do "anything" ), Sisterchick locators (find me the best scone in the world ), and more. Complete with ideas for Sisterchickin (slang for Sisterchicking; activities for Sisterchicks to do together, as in, Don t bother us now; we re Sisterchickin Not to be confused with Sisterchicken). New. Deep. Different. Fun
Open the Door and Soar
SISTERCHICK(r) "n." a friend who shares the deepest wonders of your heart, loves you like a sister, and provides a reality check when you re being a brat.
Ready to spread your wings and really go places? No more flitting. No more dawdling. It's time to dig deep into God's boundless grace and "take flight"
Maybe you re stuck in a quiet time gone dry. Or perhaps you re an early bird, eager to get the worm. For every Sisterchick seeking a fresh time with God, this devotional/ponder/prayer/excuse-to-gather-together book will send you soaring. Straight from Robin's nest and Cindy's perch, you ll find a collection of insightful devotions, key Scripture verses, and wit n whimsy wisdom for the journey, along with Sisterchickin suggestions, space to pen a peep or two from you, and more
Grace...it bids me fly and gives me wings.
About the Author
Robin Jones Gunn
Robin Jones Gunn is a God-lover who has been telling stories all her life and writing them down for publication the past twenty years. A world traveler and mom of a grown son and daughter, Robin confesses she s still crazy about her husband after twenty-nine years of doing life together.
Cindy Hannan is Robin s fellow Sisterchick and prayer partner for more than ten years. Cindy and her husband, Matt, have been married thirty-one years and have two grown children."