The Beauty of Grace

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The blogosphere is full of words these days. Our friends are always sharing the latest, greatest, must-read post. And sometimes, the noise is overwhelming. We stop looking for new blogs to read because there are just too many to choose from. We turn off the web browser with the flashing ads and turn to the peaceful pages of a book instead.

The Beauty of Grace

The Beauty of Grace is a book for just such a time. Dawn Camp’s compilation brings the best of the blogosphere into a beautifully bound book, complete with her breathtaking photography illustrating the pages in black and white.

Divided into sections with themes such as surrender, trust, and lessons learned, The Beauty of Grace is a collection of true stories, short enough to be read in the waiting room or on your lunch break. With selections from popular bloggers and authors like Tsh Oxenreider, Mary DeMuth, Margaret Feinberg, and more, you’re sure to find not only a wealth of wisdom in its pages, but at least one new favorite author as well.

The Beauty of Grace is a book that you’ll want to keep on your coffee table. It’s a book to turn to when you need a reminder of God’s love. It’s truly a book of both beauty and grace.

DisclosureI received a free copy of this book from the Revell Reads Blog Tour Program in exchange for an honest review.

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  1. I love reading what Emily Gardner has to say. She writes with such authenticity and relatability, even though she’s in a different season of life than I am.

  2. For a favorite blog: Brittany over at A Healthy Slice of Life… She has a baby just older than mine, and I enjoy following her adventures in baby-led weaning!

  3. What a brilliant idea to compile some favorite blog posts into a bound book! Sounds like a welcome break from the keyboard and screen 🙂

  4. Gretchen, your words in the first paragraph spoke to me this morning. I’ve pushed through a week when I didn’t want to be in front of this noisy computer. I turned instead to reading and cleaning/organizing instead. I now know I was actually seeking peace and almost made it a few times. Thanks for sharing what sounds like a beautiful reading experience.

  5. I’ve been having a hard time finding blogs that I enjoy lately. I think maybe I’m just in a season of quiet– and I’ve been catching up with lots of print books. So, it’s a good season. 🙂