Fighting Words Devotional: 100 Days of Speaking Truth into the Darkness (Hardcover)
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Whether it’s a dream that isn’t coming true, a stretch of the journey that feels especially dark, or just the basic “busy and tired” each of us braves in the crazy chaos of the ordinary, have you ever faced a season where “life to the full” feels just out of reach, light seems like it it’s just over the horizon, or lies seem to crowd out the truth?
If you’re anything like Ellie Holcomb, the answer is yes. For her in these seasons, God’s Word has been a shelter, a comfort, a song, a balm, and an anchor. Ultimately, it’s been a light that has helped kick back at the darkness of the lies we so often believe. In her debut devotional, Fighting Words, you are invited to come alongside Ellie, as you ponder the power of God’s promises together and speak them into the darkest corners of your soul.
Filled with encouraging and honest reflections, beautifully designed Scripture memory pages, and wonderful questions to help you process, Fighting Words is a place where you can wrestle, respond to, and take hold of precious truths in God's Word to help you push back the lies that so often consume, distract, and destroy us.
God's Word is alive. In this devotional, Ellie invites you to steep your soul in the living Word, take hold of it, wrestle with it, bury it in your heart, and watch as it brings about life and flourishing. As you journey along with Ellie, you’ll find that little by little, you're fighting the lies with the truth, kicking back the darkness, and living in the light.
About the Author
Ellie Holcomb began her musical career touring with her husband in the Americana band Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors. In 2014, she began weaving scripture into songs, including “The Broken Beautiful," "Red Sea Road,” and "Canyon." In 2018 she began creating a new generation of little fans with her children’s books Who Sang The First Song? and Don’t Forget to Remember, each with companion children’s music. Ellie, her husband, Drew, and their three children live and make music in Nashville.