Kristin Billerbeck is a best selling author of 30+ novels and novellas, Christy award nominee, and two time ACFW Book of the Year winner. Sandra D. Bricker is an award winning author of laugh out loud fiction with 12 novels in print and 5 more slated through 2013. Diann Hunt has published 3 novellas and 17 novels, and she has won ACFW.’s prestigious Book of the Year award. Debby Mayne has published 25+ books and novellas, 400+ short stories and articles, and a slew of devotions for busy women. Trish Perry is an award winning novelist and has written inspirationalromantic comedies. These five women are longtime friends, bonded by their love of chocolate and their aversion to bad hair days.
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Don’t you just love the promises God gives us in the Scriptures?
Search for me, and you’ll find me. (Jeremiah 29:13)
I’m enough to provide you with everything you need. (2 Peter 1:3)
Commit everything to me and you’ll be a success. (Proverbs 16:3)
Bad Hair Days. The title is particularly apropos, since one of our own went through
chemotherapy treatments as we worked together to write this book. Want to talk about a bad hair day?
terrifying diagnosis, or while the checking account is bouncing like a rubber ball… we know one thing for certain: Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart. Throughout this book, it is our goal to remind our readers that joy and hope in the Lord is the opening line to every story of redemption, provision or happily-ever-after. With love and encouragement from a group of women who could curl your hair with stories of bad hair days!
Do NOT Pull!
If you have ever talked to a mother about how she felt when her first child was born, you’ll hear words like, “I never knew I could love anyone this much.”
devotion. Once, when…ahem!...someone’s three sons were all under five years of age, our new church decided to have its first ever Christmas brunch before service to celebrate our first holiday season as a “family” with fellowship and food.
alarm, which does not stop until the fire department arrives twenty minutes later and charges their mother $150 to turn off the alarm. And now everyone has evacuated the first, and incidentally the only, Christmas brunch.
feeling the unconditional love of Christ in those moments; instead, they were feeling
consequences of sinful actions. And trust me, the boys knew what they were doing was wrong, or they wouldn’t have talked their little brother into doing it for them!
looks like. When we see the good and the bad in others, and sometimes ourselves, we are seeing people as God sees them: in love. Not perfect, but worthy of love.