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Walking in Freedom!

A Thirty-Day Devotional Journey for Women

Walking in Freedom! is comprised of devotionals and interactive activities that are designed to empower you to become a better person. With the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, all thirty devotionals and interactive activities were created by Rhovonda L. Brown, the founder of Martha & Mary Ministries, Walking in Freedom!, a women's devotional ministry.

These are not your traditional devotionals. Instead, Rhovonda openly shares her heart, her struggles, her flaws, and her victories while pointing you back to God. This inspiring devotional takes you on a journey that will encourage you, motivate you, and empower you. As you turn the pages, read through the devotionals, and engage in the daily activities, you'll be encouraged by the Holy Spirit to draw closer and grow deeper in your relationship with our Heavenly Father. This devotional will motivate you to keep your eyes on the Creator as He shows you how to become the woman He designed you to be.

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Adventures of Karter: I Need a Hug

During Karter's quest to collect hugs, he soon discovers what it means to be patient. He learns that some things are not always as they seem.

Adventures of Karter: I Need A Hug is inspired by Rhovonda's adorable and charming grandson, Karter. Along with the photographs taken by Karter's mom, the crayon strokes and abstract colored images captivate the main character's personality.

Follow the adorable and resourceful kid on an adventurous journey. Discover an exciting world with Karter as he learns about love, patience, fear, and more. Adventures of Karter: I Need A Hug encourages both the young and the young at heart to cherish every precious moment spent with loved ones.

 
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At Least Say, "Thank You!"

An 8-Day Devotional Plan for a Grateful Heart

Imagine how many times throughout our day we forget to tell our Heavenly Father, "Thank You." Yes, we may say thank you for something obviously noticeable, such as a brand new car, a new job, the healing of a loved one. But how often do we acknowledge or notice those so-called "small blessings"? Rhovonda encourages you to live out each day with a spirit of rejoicing and gratitude. As you read through each devotional, your heart, mind, and spirit will begin to settle on this one fact: there is always something to be grateful for.