Freebie Friday! Do Hard Things

Hello, Friday! Earlier this week, I offered up a challenge: find small challenges facing you today, and start tackling them.


If we want to become godly women who reflect Christ (Prov. 31), women faithful to the Word of God, we’ll recognize that beautiful things require work. We need to face the “small” things that add up into big things—like keeping our rooms clean, exercising daily, wrestling through super tough homework.

Beautiful, worthwhile things don’t magically appear; they take work, dedication, focus, time.

And today we’re giving away a book that sends this message loud and clear. It’s called Do Hard Things.

Twins Alex and Brett Harris wrote this book to combat the idea that teens are, well, lazy, and that expectations placed on teens should be low, low, low.

The Harris twins know teenagers can live up to so much more! That’s why they wrote Do Hard Things. To challenge teens to exceed expectations by taking on responsibilities and doing them with enthusiasm for the glory of God.

Watch Alex and Brett share the vision for this book:

To enter, leave us a comment sharing two hard things in your life that you need to tackle for God’s glory. (And don’t forget to sign into the giveaway widget to let us know you left your comment!) We’ll pick one of you to win Do Hard Things.

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About Author

Samantha loves lazy lake days, strong coffee, and writing about the ways Jesus transforms our everyday messes into beautiful stories. She digs the four seasons in northern Indiana, is probably wearing a Notre Dame crew neck, and serves as the social media manager on the Revive Our Hearts staff.

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