Where can I find “God’s Very Good Idea?”

Where can I find “God’s Very Good Idea?”

I am so grateful that God’s Very Good Idea has been a resource for you all during this time. I pray it serves you well and the truth in the book gets deep into little hearts. Amazon has run out of the book. More is on the way but I wanted to direct you to the Good Book Company’s site. They have it for 40% off and they always have stock. I have put their link in my profile, stories, etc. I hope this helps you as you hunt for the book.
👉🏾May the Lord use it as you teach your children during this time (and beyond this time!!).

Find it here: https://www.thegoodbook.com/gods-very-good-idea

Please note that other retailers may also have it in stock including Barnes & Noble, WTS Bookstore, and more.

A Personal Update: Joining the team at Moody Publishers!

A Personal Update: Joining the team at Moody Publishers!

In a season of bad news, I’m thrilled to share a little good news with you. Next month I’ll begin working with Moody Publishers as an acquisitions editor. Moody Publishers took a chance on me as a young, unknown writer and I am forever indebted to them. Moody published my first two books, United and Fear and Faith. Moody also published If God Is For Us and I’m excited to share that they will be publishing two more of my Bible studies in the coming years. Moody Publishers has been a faithful partner with me through ministry. To get to now be a part of the team and organization that helped launch me into public ministry brings me great joy.

What will I be doing?

I’ll have the privilege of discovering authors who can contribute books to serve the Church. I’ll partner with these authors to help them develop their projects from start to finish. What a joy! Moody’s mission is: “As a Christian publisher, we resource the church’s work of discipling all people.” I will aim to fulfill this mission. I have worked with several acquisition editors who have encouraged me, held my hand, reshaped projects to make them better, and much more. I can’t wait for the Lord to bring the authors I’ll get to do likewise.

What about my writing and speaking ministry?

First, I have contracts already in place that I will fulfill with a variety of publishers including Moody. I will continue to write and speak as the Lord allows. My heart is to make disciples and encourage the Church. I believe I’ll be able to continue doing this work through the authors I work with at Moody Publishers, but I will also continue to contribute through my own writing and speaking. My hands are wide open to whatever the Lord may have in the season, for this I am grateful.

With that said, I welcome you to pray for me as I step into this new adventure. Pray for the future authors who will encourage the Church through their writing. Pray that I would serve Moody Publishers and their mission well. Pray that whatever I do, I will do it to the glory of the Lord.

Thank you, my friends.

Trillia

p.s. My sweet daughter illustrated a fake book cover.  Her own way of celebrating with her mom.

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A Time to Pray

A Time to Pray

Please join Kristie AnyabwileCourtney DoctorDennae Pierre and me as we share a short word and lead a time of prayer. We would like to join together to pray during this unprecedented time.

When: Tomorrow, Saturday, March 21
Where: Zoom meeting (space limited but will be recorded)
Time: 10:00 am CST; 11:00 am EST
How: Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/3461160711

Meeting ID: 346 116 0711

The Lord invites us to come before His throne of grace in our time of need. We hope you will join us as we go before the Father who loves us and is for us. Our hope is in Him.

We look forward to praying together!

If you can’t join us, this might be a wonderful time for you to grab some of your friends and family to pray together. There are ways for us to social distance together! I’ll be praying for you.

A free gift for you and your family

A free gift for you and your family

Friends,

This is a strange time for all of us but not for our Lord. He knew we’d be “social distancing” for a time.There’s nothing and no one who compares to our God. And this truth provides strength to our hearts. Our flesh may fail, our hearts may fail, but we will endure because God is the strength of our heart. I have been praying for all of us as we adjust to a new normal–a “normal” that is quite abnormal! In the meantime, I’ve also been dreaming of ways to bless you. We are in this together!

Today I’d like to share a read along of God’s Very Good Idea. I hope you and your family enjoy this time of reading together.

Follow these links to view the video:

Facebook: https://bit.ly/2xQMCJ6

Instagram: https://bit.ly/33KaiuR

Grateful for you!

God’s grace to convict

God’s grace to convict

Recently, I spoke at a high school about loving your neighbor who is not like you. It was so much fun and completely chaotic. The lights went out–all electricity lost. I was screaming to 200 students about Jesus’s command to love. It was hilarious.

But they listened and were responsive and just so great. But then at the end something unexpected happened.The principal of the school came up to me and said, “I’m convicted. That convicted my heart. I am a racist against (a certain people group). I have a lot of work to do.” He continued to share more. I told him it was God’s kindness that he’d reveal that and thanked him for confessing.

God can work miracles with the lights completely out, when it seems like a complete disaster. God doesn’t need the
lights to work! God uses whatever He desires to work good in the world and in us. Also, God can change hearts. Let’s
have hope for others (and ourselves) that He can change us! He can. He does.

If we confess our sin he is faithful and just to forgive us and purify us. (1 John: 1:9)

Introducing Our Kids to the Kids of the Civil Rights Era

Introducing Our Kids to the Kids of the Civil Rights Era

A few nights ago my family experienced the hardest, most sobering time we’ve had since starting our #BlackHistoryMonth meal and historical conversations. It was kids choice night. The kids chose the dishes and we discussed some of the stories of Black children in the Civil Rights era. Our were thankful for what we learned that night, thankful for the kids who made it possible for them to enter their schools without much fear.

That evening was hard but a necessary part of teaching our kids the whole story. We thanked God for those kids and how their stories and lives changed history—changed all of our children’s futures.

You can learn more about what we did here: Kids and Black History Month.

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