With a fresh innovative title, Babes with a Beatitude appeals to the busy woman-on-the-go with 366 short, one-page devotional messages that get right to the point. Each message is written by everyday women sharing extraordinary messages to let readers know that a busy life can still be a blessed life, which is the literal translation of the word “beatitude.” This easy-to-read and easy-to-apply inspirational book is the perfect companion for a stop at a red light, a wait at the drive-through, or between pouring cereal on a busy morning. Busy women who value a devotional message each day will love the impact on their lives this book will make.
Babes with a Beatitude offers quick devotional messages with penetrating thoughts for women in all walks of life. This smart and savvy book, with a uniquely designed two color interior, offers inspirational messages that women can identify with. Each message is designed to point women toward godly encouragement and practical solutions letting them know they can live a blessed life, which is the definition of the word “beatitude.” 366 short, one-page devotionals get right to the point and are easy to apply. Scriptures support each message and questions or comments follow each message giving women guidance for self-reflection.
Linda Kozar is an author, journalist and speaker, the recipient of the 2007 American Christian Fiction Writers Mentor of the Year Award, and four previous awards for writing. Her first novel, Misfortune Cookies, will be released by Heartsong Presents--Mysteries in November 2008, followed by two sequels in 2009. She is the cofounder and director of Words for the Journey Christian Writers Guild--South East Texas Region, in The Woodlands, Texas. She and her husband, Michael, have two lovely teen daughters, Katie and Lauren.
Dannelle Woody, a Christian jewelry designer and silversmith for fourteen years, assembles a theme and scripture for each handcrafted piece of jewelry she makes. Her customer base includes repeat buyers and a large volume of new buyers, thanks to frequent shows at eight area schools, Juried Art Shows in Texas, Festivals and Community Events. She and her husband, Tom, have a daughter, Hannah, and sons, Tyler and Brock.