Recommended and in the Knox Library: “Grace for the Good Girl: Letting Go of the Try-Hard Life” by Emily P. Freeman

Popular (in)courage blogger writes candidly to “good girls” and helps women see that a relationship with God is not another performance-based role, but a safe place to be yourself.

Emily Freeman is one of those rare writers: profoundly biblical, lyrical, transparent–memorable. Her emancipating words on these pages offer the needed keys to all the good girls longing to take wing–and soar home to God’s heart.Ann VoskampNew York Times bestselling author of One Thousand Gifts

Emily Freeman is a writer for DaySpring (a division of Hallmark) and has also traveled as a writer with Compassion International. Emily extends a daily invitation on her blog for women to create space for their souls to breathe.

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