Gutsy Girls: Strong Christian Women Who Impacted the World is a children’s picture book series based on the lives of real women.
Book One: Missonary, Gladys Aylward
Real-life misionary, Gladys Aylward: spy, maid, foot inspector, friend to prisoners, all-around gutsy girl.
Learn more about Gladys Aylward: How Two Forty-Year-Olds Remembered to Live Gutsy.
In addition to being sold through all of your favorite booksellers, Book Two on the Ten Boom sisters is also being sold at the Ten Boom museum in the Netherlands!
This true story tells of two sisters love for God, His people, and each other during one of the most horrifying times in history, World War II.
Even though Fanny Crosby was known for being a gifted hymn writer, she spent much of her time serving others. Fanny created pills to help fight cholera, insisted on living in one of New York City’s worst tenements, gave away almost all the money she earned, knitted mittens for soldiers, counseled prisoners, and constantly spoke of God’s great love.
Learn more about Fanny Crosby: 7 Reasons Why Fanny Crosby is the Next Gutsy Girl
Book Four in the Gutsy Girls series releases September 2017!
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Endorsements for Gutsy Girls: Strong Christian Women Who Impacted the World
I absolutely love this book – it’s fun, it’s relatable, and with its vibrant illustrations and energetic prose, it’s so readable. What a gift it is to be able to share this inspiring story and much-needed role model with the young girls in my life. —Michelle DeRusha, author of 50 Women Every Christian Should Know: Learning from Heroines of the Faith
As soon as I started reading Amy’s book I knew it was a God send to a generation of young ladies desperate to know that God still can and will use them for great things. In Gutsy Girls, Amy does a magnificent job of sharing the true story of Gladys Aylward and how a nobody by the world’s standards turned out to be one of the “gutsiest” women ever. Gutsy Girls truly is a clarion call to our daughters to be courageous world changers. This book needs to find itself on our daughters’ nightstands everywhere! —Kristi Baily, homeschooling mama of four and former public school teacher
Additional Work by Amy:
Amy L. Sullivan believes no one loves harder and more completely than children. She also believes selfies, cell phones, must-have tech gadgets, and the sparkly allure of possessions, lull kids into an insatiable desire for more.
Don’t panic. This isn’t a book condemning stuff.
Instead, When More is Not Enough celebrates the idea of more: more prayers cried out, more time spent together, more use of our talents, more interest in strangers, more forgiveness of hurt, more of what Jesus taught us each day of his life.
Filled with Biblical reasoning, real-life anecdotes, practical resources, and start-this-very-second kinds of activities, When More is Not Enough is for families who are ready to move beyond seeing generosity as a series of tasks and instead, turn it into a way of life.
*All proceeds the author receives from the sale of this book with benefit Transformation Village, a housing development for women, children, and families in crisis in Western North Carolina.
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Thanks to the nonprofits and service agencies who participated in the Western North Carolina Family Volunteer Fair! Here’s a behind the scenes peek.
“When More is Not Enough is a must-read for young and old alike, but especially for parents longing to rescue their children—and themselves—from the prowling beast of narcissism.”
Bestselling author and award-winning humor columnist
“Amy will have your whole family doing heart checks around the kitchen table. She will take you through the journey of moving from self-focused to others-focused, all while keeping it real with her fun and engaging style.”
Author of Teach Me to Serve, 99 Ways Preschoolers Can Learn to Serve and Bless Others
“Amy’s conversational, down-to-earth style will encourage you to make changes towards generous living without making you feel guilty in the process.”
Author of Searching for Sanity: 52 Insights from the Parents of the Bible
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FREE Downloadable resources
Dinner Table Dialogue Printables
- Dinner Table Dialogue Chapter 3
- Dinner Table Dialogue Chapter 4
- Dinner Table Dialogue Chapter 5
- Dinner Table Dialogue Chapter 6
- Dinner Table Dialogue Chapter 7
- Dinner Table Dialogue Chapter 8
- Dinner Table Dialogue Chapter 9
GrowingGivingHeartsPrayerCalendar The perfect place for this? Inside your kitchen cupboard.
Family Crest. In attempt to save ourselves from time sucks, why not plan out your Family Crest?
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