Unglued Giveaway

A couple of months ago, I blogged about Lysa TerKeurst’s book Unglued.

Oh, I’ve been unglued.

I am not proud to admit it, but it’s true.

I’ve been unglued. I’ve been unhinged. And I’ve been unable to keep my crazy under wraps.

There was the time in middle school when two teenage boys were bullying a friend and me, that I slammed my fist down on a glass tabletop to get my point across {we will not be messed with} but all they heard was the sound of table shattering. Click here to read the rest of the post. 

I shared about how important of a resource this is for women, like me, who lose it every now and again. That’s why I am so excited that this book now has a new companion piece, the Unglued Devotional: 60 Days of Imperfect Progress (Can we talk about how wonderful that subtitle is? Sign me up for that!). The devotional includes a daily opening scripture, thought for the day, devotion, and closing prayer. It’s an accessible way to start positively processing your emotions (Sign me up for that!).

I’m starting it now.  I can’t wait to see what all I learn. Holler if you want to join me on this journey of “imperfect progress.”

Tell me your favorite devotional of all-time below and you will be entered to win the following from Lysa and the Proverbs 31 team: 

UngluedUnglued Devotional, Set of 4 Unglued key tags, Highlighter, Journal, $5 Starbucks gift card

I will select winner on Sunday, February 3, when I get back from Bangladesh

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  • shannongiuntoli

    it is very hard to pick a favorite, but one of the greats is the old “Daily Bread” I can remember them from when I was young and they are still a great read

  • Kathy

    I am currently using Made to Crave devotional. It has been very helpful.

  • Mary Lou

    My favorite devotional of all time is My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers. I am challenged and convicted by each day’s readings.

  • Catherine

    Jesus Lives by Sarah Young is amazing. I love asking God what He wants me to hear from Him that day and then opening the book to whatever page it lands on and I know that’s what I should focus on for the day.

  • Susie Kehler

    Proverbs 31 ministries! It’s written by women for women!!

  • My favorite of all time is Andrew Murray’s devotional on prayer…He always inspires as I hear the passion of his love for the LORD (and a reflection of the LORD’s love for him.)

  • Melinda

    My normal daily reading is the One-Year-Bible and whatever reading plan She Reads Truth is doing.

  • Tasha

    I like Jesus Calling.

  • Andrea

    I have done many through the years, but one that had a huge impact on me was called “Be Strong In the Lord” – can’t remember the author.

    I did it when I first went to college – 7 hours from home & didn’t know any one.

    It helped me to remember to depend on the Lord daily – even when I felt alone!

    Thank you so much for giving us this opportunity to win this unglued pack! WOW!!

    Would LOVE to do that one!

  • Eileen

    Good question! It actually got me off my desk chair to hunt down the book! It’s called “Streams in the Desert” and it’s tough stuff! It kicks my booty into shape. Thanks for the reminder – I just pulled it off the shelf and onto my nightstand. Eileen

  • My favorite devotional over the years has been Our Daily Bread!

  • I am currently doing Jesus Calling. I would love this devotional. I love Lysa’s books.

  • Marci Hobbs

    God Is Enough by Hannah Whitall Smith. The first sentence on January 1 says: “The greatest lesson a soul has to learn is that God, and God alone, is enough for all its needs. This is the lesson that all God’s dealings with us are meant to teach, and this is the crowning discovery of our entire Christian life. GOD IS ENOUGH.” That is the theme and that is why it is my favorite, I need to know that all the time.

  • AllMyMonkeys

    Well, apparently Jesus Calling is the devotional of choice. haha. I’m not really a devotional type of person but my mom got it for me as a gift. It sits by my bed and at night, now and then, I pick it up. I might read a few, but it is very often “right on.” I love that. I just finished (for the 2nd time) Lysa’s Made to Crave study (which is AWESOME!) and saw and ad for Unglued. I though, wow, this is the book for me. I’ll definitely be checking it out. (Winning it would be even nicer. :D)

  • hopefullgrammie

    Streams in the Desert – powerful especially for someone in a season of grief

  • Jada Huff

    I realized thru reading I am both a stuffer & an exploder. I lived the examples & biblical applications in every chapter!! I am such a work in progress!!!

  • Ali P

    If I had to pick one favorite of all time, it would probably be God Calling.

  • Library Momma

    I am reading a Joyce Meyer devotional. I am part of a study group for Unglued but I don’t actually have the book, this would be great!

  • Jan

    Jesus Today

  • This would be awesome to win. We are wanting to do this study. I use the One Year Bible for devotions and write in a prayer journel.

  • Kim S

    I’m sorry but I have 2 favorite devotional’s
    “Better together” by Carole Lewis and “God’s purpose for Every Woman” by Lysa TerKeurst & Rachel Olsen.

  • Melinda Smith

    Beth Moore, breaking free everyday .

  • Jan

    My favorite devotional (tho not sure one would call it a devotional, but I used it that was) is the book by Stormie Omartian, Praying For Your husband. When I first got the book, read it from front to back! Can I just say, it changed my marriage! Now i use it as a suppliment to my daily devotionals & journaling by reading a prayer from the back of each section every day.

    Also, I am new to your blog, thanks to Lysa T. and am really enjoying it. God uses so many beautiful people! You crack me up! thanks for getting into Unglued! I have yet to read it, but seriously want/need to. winning it would be a blessing! thanks!

  • One of my favorite devotionals is “15 Minutes Alone with God” by Emily Barnes. I’ve also enjoyed “My Utmost for His Highest” and “Peace within Your Borders” by Beth Sharpton for homeschool teachers.