As much as I love technology, I'm a bit of a pen and paper girl. I like to hold a book in my hands; to underline it and scribble my thoughts - to interact with it. And now you can too, with the On Becoming Esther devotionals journals...
Hope, Our Anchor
Enough - Unlocking the Power of Christ in us.
The Power of Quiet
I first found On Becoming Esther on Facebook when 'Set Free' started and I loved it. I remember wishing I could get in journal form as it's easy to lose emails and I love to underline words that speak to me. So I was thrilled when a short time later you did just that. I bought all 3 and loved them The Good Shepherd and Hope gave me great comfort at a difficult time. I go over them regularly. Re-read what I'd written and add to it. Am working through 'Enough' and look forward to the next one. I bought another set and gave them away as gifts at Christmas. I think of others who would be blessed by them. I'm 65 now and been a Christian all my life and blessed with years of reading the word and other books and good preaching but the way you share your heart and the way you write just touches my heart more and the questions to ponder are thought provoking and challenging - at times I think I'll come back to that one. These journals are not just one off things to complete but are a wonderful resource to come back to again and again. J. Cowen
I enjoyed the inbox devotionals and was so excited when Aimee produced the books. I knew they would be amazing. The books themselves are beautifully presented, what girl doesn't like beautiful?! What has surprised me though is how much deeper they have taken me and the revelations I have gained through them. Aimee invites us to reflect on certain aspects with lines to record our thinking. This has helped me be intentional with the study and encourages me to bring God into the learning. Thank you Aimee for partnering with God and producing such powerful books. T. Birch
I have tried the online version and the book version and I prefer the books. There is something so satisfying as getting out a pen and underlining something or journaling a response to what God is saying. The images are inspiring and I find that they are a perfect gift for a friend to inspire their journey in the word. H. Gwyn
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