100 Days to Brave (Book Review)

What I liked

The physical book – The book has raised lettering on the cover,  a bookmark and smooth, thick pages.

Layout – Each day has a Bible verse, a short bit of teaching, encouragement or stories from Annie’s life and a takeaway.

Content – I am glad I had the opportunity to read this book. It was encouraging as it kept being brave on the forefront of my mind each day.  I’m learning to accept life works out the way it was meant to and to be brave–do the thing while I’m still afraid.


“While I am making mistakes, I am not a mistake.  Remind someone you love that God doesn’t make mistakes.”

“Speaking kindly to yourself will make you brave.  List three things you are thankful for about yourself.”

“God knows we need to dream in pieces because we would be too scared of the whole puzzle.”

I would recommend it to

Women who are looking for a Christian devotional book that will use Scripture, stories, and wisdom to encourage them to not let fear hold them back.  I plan to buy a couple of copies for friends, the book would make an excellent gift.

Summarize the book in one sentence.

“You are braver than you know and stronger than you thought possible.”

BookLook Bloggers has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to Top
%d bloggers like this: