Hi there! I’m so glad to “meet” you here in this space. When Sara reached out and asked me to share my health story as one of the Diamonds 2019: Living Hope conference speakers, I knew right away that I wanted to be a part.
Sadly, I’m moving this week and unable to join live. BUT I whipped up a little gift for you, and I truly hope that it will be a blessing every time you see it. (It’s free, by the way!)
Inspired by 1 Peter 1, I’ve designed this full-color 5×7 print:
As I read and re-read 1 Peter 1, I couldn’t help but think about the flames I’ve personally walked through. But isn’t it incredible… God refines through the fire, bringing beauty from ashes.
If you’d like to read more of my story, you’ll find it in my book Even If Not: Living, Loving, and Learning in the in Between. And here’s a glimpse of chapter two, titled When You’re Waiting for God to Heal You. I never would have chosen my story… but I’m so very grateful it was entrusted to me. May God receive all the glory, and may I always and forever declare that He is my Healer — even if He doesn’t heal in the way I imagine.
To receive the free printable, simply click here.
Please note that the print is for personal use only, which means you can print it for yourself but you cannot sell or claim it as your own in any way.
You’ll need to provide your email address and within a few minutes you should receive an email with a download link to the print — just for you, conference attendees. Don’t worry, I won’t spam you! And I will not automatically add you to any list other than the one(s) you select.
(I’d love for you to subscribe to my blog post/newsletter list, but that’s completely up to you. If you choose to subscribe to that list, you can expect 2-3 emails from me each month with encouragement and exclusive free prints / resources just for subscribers.)
If you don’t receive the email with the Diamonds 2019 print within 15 minutes of filling out the form, please check your spam/junk folders or the Promotions tab in Gmail. The email will come from Kaitlyn@KaitlynBouchillon.com.
Blessings to you, friend. May we dare to say that He is beautiful and true, loving and kind, no matter what story the next page may tell. May we trust the unknown of the future to the God we know is authoring its pages. And may we always hold onto Hope, knowing that Hope is holding onto us.