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At (in)courage, we empower women to be like Jesus. Our writers share what’s going on in their life and how God’s right in the middle of it. They bring their joys & struggles so that you can feel less alone and be empowered by the hope Jesus gives.

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  1. Thank you for the chance to win this book. It will be perfect for several of my family and friends..Cowboys have their own unique perspective on life, and usually are more honest with God than many others. Working close to the land and God’s wonderful creation gives opportunity to experience the wonderful glory and grace of our Savior!

  2. Yeah Kevin,
    Keeping it real for our cowboys! Straight forward and honest.
    How refreshing.
    I have a houseful of cowboys who could enjoy this book!
    Thanks Kevin

  3. I would love a chance to win a copy of this devotional! My husband grew up setting an extra place at the table for Gene Autry. This devotional would be perfect for him!

  4. I’m a 72 yr old cowboy at heart who lives in Az and have been a devoted cowboy ever since Hopalong Cassidy, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, The Rifleman, the Cartwrights, Matt Dillon and Festus and on and on. I’d love to read this devotional book. Thanks for this devotional site too. I get one every day in my email. There are a lot of well written and insightful articles from the ladies who write them.

  5. We are all Cowboy’s at heart. If the truth be known. We can just imagine ourselves sitting down at camp fire telling stories round that camp fire of what Jesus has done for us in our lives and how his word the Bible speaks to us. So others can learn from us what Jesus has done for us. As it good to hear what Jesus has done for others as well as us through our stories and their stories. Like cowboys do love telling their stories of what as happened in their lives. I say Amen to that. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little xx

  6. What a unique way to write a devotional! How fun is that? I’d like to win one for my father in love (and borrow it when he’s done).

  7. I’m one of the ornery ones. I’ve been brushed up and most of the time, bad-hurt by something and someone. Hurt so badly, you just need one small kind gesture, anything to spark that hope again. You’re always mending fences, yet come out bruised and beat down. Sounds like I need a lesson from the cowboy way of life. I’m no cowboy, my granddaddy taught me to live off the land and I have so many fond memories. Hard work, but the most rewarding.

    I’m convinced, even though I have no reason to be, God is taking me to a place of peace and what I crave…Nature… land! Land used to be a blessing to others.

    Thank you for this simple lesson. I will always be the one that stays in the background, where I’m most comfortable! Humbled!

  8. In Courage,

    I am a wanna be cowgirl. Love the aspect of farmhouse, barn, horses & other animals. Just you, God & nature. This sounds like something I need to order.

    Blessings 🙂

  9. Yippee!!! Thanks for a peek of this Cowboys inspiring devotional book, “Come & See” by Kevin Weatherby, sounds amazing…the tip of my cowboys hat goes off to this exciting and interesting way of life by sharing his own experiences with us. It’s great that this is an easy to understand devotional for all ages. God Bless!