Some women God has placed in our paths always seem to speak life and encouragement into us. They uplift us when we’re down, inspire us to be better people, and continually point us closer to Christ. As a blogger, I have been given the privilege of “meeting” many new friends. We may not be able to hang out face to face all the time, but our virtual conversations have been SO encouraging.
For Keri and me, one of the very first bloggers we felt this connection with was Caroline from In Due Time. Her posts have always been an encouragement to BOTH of us. And we are both in very different stages of life!
That’s why we were so excited when we heard she was releasing her first book, In Due Time: Hope and Encouragement in the Waiting. This book is a 60-day devotional that is written for anyone who has been or is currently walking through a season of waiting.
You might be waiting on a job to better provide for your family, the spouse God hasn’t yet put in your life, the sweet adopted baby you will one day call your own. Maybe you have been discouraged and overwhelmed, drowning in doubts about God’s hand in it all. Questioning why you are still waiting, wondering how much longer until God comes through with His answer.
Caroline shows you that there is purpose in the pain! That God has His hand on every step, even the painful ones. She will also share a little bit of her story, her own very personal battle in a time of waiting.
If anyone can point you to encouragement and inspiration in a long season of waiting, it is Caroline. Keri and I are so excited to see this book reach even more people, speaking life and purpose into some of the most painful things we go through!
In Due Time: Hope and Encouragement in the Waiting is available for preorder now through this link. If you are in a season of waiting, no matter how long or short it’s been, or if you know someone else who is walking through this right now, this devotional will speak hope and encouragement into your hearts. My prayer is that this devotional brings healing into your lives, and that through it, God is given glory even in the days of waiting. Especially in the days of waiting.