The women at (in)courage envision a community where the virtual becomes real, where relationships connect and grow, and where hearts mend and heal. Communities are forming — communities with similar interests and like passions. And you’re invited to find an (in)courager group too.
I’ve joined my friends, Jacque and Tracie, in leading an (in)courage group for the next 10 weeks. Together, we’re going to read Mended: Pieces of a Life Made Whole by Angie Smith, who takes us on a journey through Scripture as she shares how Christ has mended her.
We are women who have walked and lived through broken places. And because of those valleys we’ve seen God’s redemptive power, love, mercy, and grace move through our lives. We’ve experienced healing, freedom, and forgiveness . . . and we want you to experience it too. We’d love to have you join us in discovering the glory God intended for each and every one of us as we dive into the hope He has for us and into relationship with each other!
We’d love for you to join us!
Of course, we understand how busy our lives can become. So there’s no pressure. You are welcome to participate at your own pace. You can connect by:
- Reading Mended
- Joining us every Thursday as one of us leads a discussion on what we’re learning
- Connecting through our private Facebook community: (in)couraged to mend
- Using the hashtag #bemended on Twitter
Jacque, Tracie, and I will take turns each Thursday posting on our blogs with reflections based on the following reading schedule:
February 21 ~ Intro to Book :: Jacque
February 28 ~ Chapters 1-4 :: Denise
March 7 ~ Chapters 5-8 :: Tracie
March 14 ~ Chapters 9-12 :: Denise
March 21 ~ Chapters 13-16 :: Jacque
March 28 ~ Chapters 17-19 :: Tracie
April 4 ~ Chapters 20-22 :: Jacque
April 11 ~ Chapters 23-25 :: Denise
April 18 ~ Chapters 26-28 :: Tracie
April 25 ~ Chapters 29-31 :: Concluding Thoughts
We are so excited for this new community forming. Our deepest hearts’ desires are to grow closer to God and to connect with each other.
To join our group, follow this link to our private Facebook community:
Have you experienced His mending grace?