I Came Unglued at Church #Facepalm & a NEW Unglued Giveaway!


 Some might remember, last August I flew to North Carolina to be a part of Lysa Terkeurst’s live Webcast for her newly released book Unglued.   (I’m at around minute 29) Well since then, the book Unglued has hit the New York Times Best Seller list and has stayed there for weeks on end!!!  Hooray!  And now Lysa has a new devotional coming out titled Unglued Devotional: 60 Days of Imperfect Progress.

Renee Swope, Me, Lysa Terkeurst, Kelly Stamps

 Not long ago – I came unglued at church.  #Facepalm  Oh yes, yes I did.  And it was not pretty.  You see my kids are in a Sunday evening program where they earn stickers for memory verses and service projects. And one evening we messed up and turned in a service project that did not “qualify”.  Being the rule followers that we are lol!, we apologized and went home and did another service project.  Then we went back and turned the new one in.  And again – it did not “qualify”…and that’s when it all went down hill…I became unglued.

Oh friends, if only I could turn back time and keep my mouth shut.  I went from talking to one leader to being passed off to the leader of the leaders – a dear friend of 10 years.  And forget that she and I were friends…I was on a mission to get my kid his sticker!!!  There we stood in a hallway with about 15 other people around, having a heated discussion about the definition of “service”.  

 Oh seriously – really? – at church? – two sisters in Christ who honestly love each other — who have stood shoulder to shoulder “serving”.  We’ve made 30 meals in one day for the meal ministry, just me and her and one other friend.  We’ve “served” for over 5 years together in the nursery.  I sat and watched her baby while she threw up with morning sickness in her shower, she showed up at my door with a meal my first week home with my newborn baby, we’ve studied the Bible together,  and have watched our children play and grow up together…and I’m haggling over a sticker in the hallway of our church!  #facepalm

Well, I got my sticker…but I acted like a fool!

The following Sunday, I walked into the worship service and sat down.  The Pastor announced we would be taking communion that morning.  We stood to sing and this friend came to the end of the pew and motioned for me to come with her to the hallway.  Ummmmm can you say awkward?

She went right to the point and shared how she couldn’t take communion without coming to me and making things right.  Then she proceeded to apologize {dagger to the heart}.  Not only did I act like a fool but now here she was making things right – while I had not even considered apologizing.  I assumed that since we knew each other so well, our heated discussion was not personal…but who was I kidding? I owed her an apology- goodness, I came unglued on her over a silly sticker!  My heart melted – I apologized too.  We hugged.

And then we took communion…  

And as I looked down at the cup of red drink and the bread in my hand - shame washed over me - shame for my failures. And then as I took and ate it in remembrance of Christ blood shed for me on the cross –  I found grace. Grace through my friend’s forgiveness and grace through Christ’s blood that covers it all.  I am so thankful for God’s grace that stands in the gaps of friendships that have been hurt through unglued emotions.  

Have your unglued emotions hurt family relationships or meaningful friendships?  You are not alone…  Go to the cross – go to your friend and make it right.

“Do not comform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is – his good, pleasing and perfect will.”~Romans 12:2

We won’t develop new responses until we develop new thoughts.~Lysa Terkeurst

I love Lysa’s new Unglued Devotional: 60 Days of Imperfect Progress.  It is a follow-up devotional to her best-selling book Unglued: Making Wise Choices in the Midst of Raw Emotions. It is such a comforting, encouraging, inspiring and convicting devotional.  Lysa is honest and wise as she walks her reader through the imperfect progress we all need to make with our emotions.

I’m excited to get to give a copy, along with a few other fun things, away today

One winner will receive:

 the Unglued book
Unglued Devotional
Set of 4 Unglued key tags
$5 Starbucks gift card

 Just leave a comment below to enter to win.

The winner will be chosen Saturday night at 8pm.

For bonus entries:

Pin, tweet or facebook about this giveaway and then leave an extra comment below to let me know what you did!

Walk with the King,


  1. Love your blog! Glad you’re back. :)

    I would live to be drawn for the Unglued items!

    • Carrie Wilson says:

      I would love to win this drawing. Please enter me in the Unglued Giveaway! As I write this at 5:30 am my daughter is up again! Why can’t my children sleep in? Lol Thank you for your honesty and for being real! I really appreciate it! I can relate! Good thing that God’s mercies are new every morning! :)

    • Your blog has been so encouraging and uplifting for me. I’m so glad your back!
      I’ve been wanting (and needing) this book lately. Would love to win the give away!

    • Michelle Thomas says:

      Would love to read the book! Excited about the contest.

    • I’m not only a Mom to married children, but Grandma to 5. Love reading your blog, and applying some fresh ideas to my life with all of my family. young and old. no matter our age, we women fight becoming unglued. would love to win the offer!

    • Keep encouraging with good thoughts. Love it!

    • Tankiya Hall says:

      Very inspiring! I would love to have a copy:)

    • I’m a mom with grown children and 7 grands. I’m part of a Titus 2 mentoring group. I share your writings with my group and pin and Facebook. Please add my name to your drawing

    • Love this!
      So glad I found this page!!!

    • Tahwana Gillman says:

      Courtney , so loved Unglued! I did the book study through P31 ministries and it really showed me how God wants to help change me and how I respond n those raw emotions. Would love to have the devotional to help keep me on track! Thanks ! Have to tell you that through the P31 studies and GMG God has really gotten guided me through a rough time in my life and I praise God for you and P31.
      Love you guys!!

    • Wow, I know I have been there a time or two! So thankful for Grace and Mercy!! Without where would I be! Love the Unglued book and your blog!!
      I would love to be entered into the drawing and win!!

    • I love this blog. Thanks to Lysa for the challenge that had me go to each of the wonderful blogs by real women that don’t try to be Pollyana but Godly all at the same time. I am going to also do the
      Valentines challenge with my husband I can’t wait to see what happens!

    • Love this!!!

    • Thank you for your honesty, I can totally relate! please enter me the giveaway.

    • Jennifer Lebron says:

      Would love to win the Unglued Giveaway. Currently our womens Bible study group is doing Lysa’s What Happen’s When Women Say Yes to God video study. Maybe this can be the next one ;)

    • Would love to read “Unglued” Thank you for your honest writing…I can usually relate to your words.

    • Thanks for your testimony! It’s a blessing!

    • Would LOVE to win this. Our ladies are going through the study in March and I can’t wait!

    • Thank you so much for always being real and encouraging. So thankful I stumbled across your blog, I love reading it and so glad you are back. Keep up the hard work.

    • Thank you for sharing the Truth to all of us “glued up girls.” It is good to become unglued so that our Lord can make us right with Him, and therefore with one another. Love is all that is left standing.

    • Shelia Beine says:

      Thank you so much for being honest. We are so many times not honest with yourselves, God, and the people we hurt. I have always wanted to read Unglued. I have heard some ladies from my church read it and really have enjoyed it. It’s time to me to get alone with God and grow. I have four kids – littlest one is 2 1/2 — no alone time. :) Thank you for your blog. In Him…

    • I can’t figure out how to leave a comment! Lol. Only a reply…. I hate it when I come unglued. Wish there was an off switch. I know it takes discipline and of course the help of our God in heaven.

  2. Kelly(@RNCCRN9706) says:

    Sounds like a nice giveaway!

  3. You have such fun, encouraging ideas!

  4. Lysa is great! I want to be Unglued too:)

  5. CarolFromDallas says:

    Love you Courtney, you’ve ministered to my heart greatly! Thank you for offering this givaway!

  6. Love this book! Thanks so much for the giveaway.

  7. Jennifer Shaw says:

    Want to read this book SO bad!!! Will be sharing on Pinterest and FB!

  8. Almost finished the Unglued book and Bible study at our church, It is amazing!! I huge blessing -like you Courtney!! Inspiration to all-imperfect progress for all!!!

  9. Rest easy, we have all become unglued at one point or another. I am in the midst of Desperate and loving it but would love to also read Unglued. Truly, we are human, thank goodness, and we are not perfect but thankfully we have a Lord who sees in us the promise.

  10. I have become unglued many time! lol..Recently at my husband, who was happy to sit and do computer work (which did need done) while I packed and mowed the grass! Yup, I had to come say I was sorry, because I was so miserable!! I would love this package! :)

  11. Thank you for being so honest! I just recently started reading your blog and I love all of your homeschool ideas and love how devoted you are to being a godly mother and wife. Your words are definitely encouraging!

  12. Jennifer Shaw says:

    Shared on FB & Pinterest!!!

  13. Hi I would love to win thanks for chance!!!

  14. Love the blog! I would love to win the book

  15. I would love to win this! I’m in this study now but how cool to have an extra copy to give to a friend I know that could use it.

  16. I pinned it and tweeted and facebooked this give-a-way :)

  17. Krystal Anderson says:

    I am entering for the giveaway, but I also want to share something with you. I have been following you for a few years now and find comfort in almost every post you write. It’s amazing how we can all be so different, yet still the same. We women are from various backgrounds, but our hearts for God and the commonality in our failures let us know that we are not alone. Thank you, thank you, thank you….for sharing your stories, being so candid about your thoughts and emotions, and encouraging us Christian women who are struggling everyday to grow into the kind of people He wants us to be! :)

    • Barbara Prince says:

      Krystal, you are so right. I have learned to appreciate my sisters-in-Christ who share their hearts so openly. What an encouragement to the rest of us and it teaches us to keep going!

  18. I love reading your blog. Thank you.

  19. Crystal Scott says:

    Thank you for telling us your “unglued” story. I have been in the same place as you and came unglued at Church. And I know it is not easy to admit we were wrong. I have to do it all the time. Why do we do these things? Because we are human, but that isn’t an excuse. I appreciate all you do for Christ. You are truly a blessing. Thank you

    tweeted, shared on facebook and pinned it too

  20. I would love to win this giveaway! :)

  21. I just started following your blogs and I can’t tell you how much they have encouraged and helped me. I get on everyday and watch your videos and read posts left from other believers. Thanks bunches!

  22. Always live reading your insight! You are a blessing!

  23. Jeanette M C says:

    Oh my, I think I may need this book. I have a nasty little habit of coming unglued. Even if I don’t win, I think I’ll buy it. Love your service to our Lord.

  24. Krystal Anderson says:

    I also shared on Facebook!

  25. I have recently come Unglued at a situation in my family. I did not handle it well and felt terrible. I know this book will be a blessing to whoever wins. I love Lysa’s books. I am so glad you are back from your break from blogging.

    P.S. I shared on FB and Twitter your post. Good Luck to all who enter.

  26. I love Lysa’s other books, and I’d really love to read this one. I come unglued WAY too often!

  27. Definitely come “unglued” a time or two myself. Would love some help in that area!

  28. I tweeted!

  29. I pinned the giveaway! Trying to get FB to work.

  30. I am new to all this and enjoy stopping in and hearing the word, reading along with others. It is amazing to participate with so many people. I will be gratefully surprised to get this giveaway then share with someone else. Good luck to all.

  31. I shared on FB too!

  32. Oh wow, I can think of so many times I have come “unglued” – even if I didn’t say it out loud, I did it in my head, or worse, I vented to someone else instead of confronting and dealing with it. Thanks for sharing your story and being real with us!

  33. Marty Larson says:

    Thank you for your transparency. Bless you for the lessons you so gracefully impart.

  34. Aindrea Griffin says:

    I’m in! :)

  35. I shared it on my Facebook page.

  36. GREAT story!!! GREAT giveaway! I’ve never been in a Starbucks!!!

  37. I read this book last year, and it came at a time when I REALLY needed it. Such good perspective and guidance to Christ through human shepherding of emotions that are sometimes hard to navigate. In my case, someone had become “unglued” at me, and I needed to take grace toward her, and Lisa’s book helped me to process the situation. I was especially helped by the phrase. “We cannot control how someone treats us or chooses to act, but we can choose to control how we respond.” Anyway, I’d love another copy and the study and all those freebies! Yes please! Thank you Courtney for sharing this personal story. I was teaching at a Christian school before I had my babies, and I sometimes couln’t how “unglued” some Christian parents could become over a little misunderstand with THEIR CHILD! I learned a lot from it. It’s very normal to have that mama bear instinct when our children are involved…that’s why we need the Lord’s ballanced and proper humanity through His making His home in our heart through our failures when we take His blood. Praise Him!

  38. Shared it on my Facebook page . Hope I win!

  39. I would love to win this give away! I shared your post on facebook, tweeted, and pinned it :)

  40. Pinned it

  41. What a wonderful giveaway!

  42. Veronica Melton says:

    I came unglued at church over the holidays, stressed out, I let my mouth run faster than my common sense , haven’t been courageous enough to apologize… Thank you for sharing your story.

  43. And pinned it.

  44. We are studying Unglued in our weekly ladies study. This is the BEST Bible study I’ve ever been a part of. Probably because it’s just like reading all about me and my life. Daily.
    I’m so excited to see that there’s a devotional book!

  45. My friend just recommended this book to me……..would love to win this. I pinned it, tweeted it, and facebooked it. Hope to win!

  46. I needed this tonight

  47. I can’t count how many times I’ve come unglued!!! Shared on Facebook!!

  48. Sara Westhead says:

    I would so love to read this book and go through devotional! Thanks!

  49. Thank you for sharing this story. I appreciate your blog.

  50. I would love to win! I’ve had this on my “to read” list for awhile now. I watched that webcast with you all too. I just borrowed the book from my church library but this is a book I want to own & mark up and add to my collection! Thank you so much for the chance.

  51. Your blog is so encouraging! I am so glad I found it. Thanks so much!!

  52. Thank you for your honesty and sharing this story. The book sounds great!

  53. Lacy Basford says:

    I NEED this, girl!!

  54. Sara Westhead says:

    I posted on Facebook!

  55. You are just so not alone Courtney!! Thanks for sharing this experience. :)

  56. Wow! Guess we’ve all been there at one time or another!!! Thankful for people that are sensitive to the Holy Spirit and want to make things right! :)

  57. Sara Westhead says:
  58. Pinned:)

  59. Sara Westhead says:
  60. I pinned this!

  61. Thankful for Gods Grace and Mercy is new every morning… :-)

  62. You inspire me every day Lysa & I’m so thankful for your blog!!

  63. I also tweeted this ;)

  64. What a wonderful post; thank you so much for sharing! We are going through the DVD series for Unglued on Wednesday nights at our church. It’s been such a blessing! Thank you for sharing your unglued moment. I was just telling a friend at church tonight after watching Lysa’s DVD that we grow and learn in moments when we are most transparent. There are so many times I have looked at women I admire and then look down on myself thinking I’ll never measure up. However, when you see the “real” them, you realize they have the same struggles you do and are being renewed each day as well.

  65. Oh, how I need this! I came unglued at church myself and it wasn’t pretty!

  66. Rachel Conley says:

    I love her books! What a great giveaway!

  67. Pinned it!

  68. Tweeted!

  69. Helen LaRue says:

    I enjoy reading your blog…you sound like a REAL person with REAL struggles…just like the rest of us. I have a friend that is going through something almost like what you did and I would love to win this and then I would give it to her. (And no, the issue is not with me, but with a shared friend…I’m somewhat in the middle even though I am not taking sides, I love them both).

  70. Oh, I come unglued more than I would like to admit. I’ve been wanting to read this book, it seems to be written just for me:/

  71. Thank you so much for sharing. We all have our Unglued moments :)
    I would love to be included in the drawing!

  72. Shared on Facebook!

  73. Patty dawson says:

    Would make an awesome gift! To give to a friend in need

  74. I’ve never become unglued. That’s, like, the funniest thing I’ve ever typed.

  75. If this post brought me to tears I can imagine the book would be awesome.

  76. I shared on Facebook. :-)

  77. I would love to read this! So thankful for your ministries you have been such a blessing. Love you Sister!

  78. sami rodriguez says:

    Love this book! I want to win!

  79. Just became a follower of your blog and love it. :)

  80. Pinned to Pinterest. :-)

  81. I re-pinned this post. :)

  82. Deb Gustitus says:

    Would love to get this new devotional in my hands and study it!
    It looks likes a great read

  83. Posted to facebook.

  84. oh my goodness this is on my list to buy and it’s in my wish list on amazon! It’s like 5 pages long lol.

  85. Tweeted this post. Thanks!!

  86. This book has done so much for my life. I love all the practical tips she gives, and it’s so obvious in Lysa’s writings that she’s sharing from firsthand experience. I loved it!

  87. you are an amazing mentor!! please keep doing what you are doing!! thank you!!

  88. I think I’m the queen of “unglued”-moments!! I don’t know why I speak out of turn & lose my cool when my emotions flair. I REALLY, REALLY want to learn to get my point across with grace or to just let things go. Would LOVE to win Unglued!! Soooo glad for you that you worked things out with your friend! Friends you feel that comfortable with are rare! You are very blessed!

  89. Wonderful post. So real! Would love to we a “winner”!

  90. Thank you so much for sharing your heart with us. I was truly touched by your story. Hope I win!!!

  91. Love your blog!

  92. Tiffany Brown says:

    I love this blog because if we are honest EVER single one of us could say this is how we acted :-) I love your honesty because I too can become unglued at times ;)

  93. Emily Beitz says:

    I have been wanting to get her book, but it just hasn’t been in the budget yet. Love your blog!

  94. Love this giveaway! I saw Lysa late last year at a local church’s conference and she was so great!

  95. Tweeted this.

  96. Thank you for sharing your story. Sometimes it is so hard to keep things in perspective!

  97. Shared on FB.

  98. Pinned this.

  99. Joy McChristian says:

    I love this blog and I am loving the devotions!!

  100. Love your honesty!! Would also love to win a copy of the book! :)

  101. Oh my goodness, that could so be me at any given moment.

  102. I would love to win this giveaway

  103. LOVE YOUR BLOG…. and a good GIVEAWAY!

  104. Oh, My! I can not begin to describe how much I need this book/devotional/giveaway. With 4 children ages 5,4,3, and 1, (yes, I had 4 in 4 years and 1 month… crazy… I know!) I come UNGLUED on a daily, no HOURLY bases it seems. I am trying do hard to rein it in, but I have know idea how to. I am trying to homeschool my little ones, and to top it all off I am disabled (Brain Bleeds) as well. (Noise really tends to bother me, and can set me off). Can’t wait to read this book! I, also, just received Desperate by Sarah Mae. Can’t wait to start reading that one as well.

  105. Thank you for your honesty and for pointing our hearts to Christ.

  106. Kesha El'Shone says:

    Courtney I just want you to know I love love love you! I know we don’t personally know each other, maybe one that will change, but I love your heart. I love that you are so honest and real with who you are and your shortcomings. Yes sister Praise God for his Grace and his loving convictions. It is because of his Grace and those convictions that we stay on track. Your heart is in a good place. Thank you for allowing Christ to use you and thank you for this giveaway.

  107. Both, the unglued book and devotional sound like something I need to read, especially in my situation! I’m going through a not-so-pretty divorce and I’ve found myself with bitter thoughts and harsh words lately. If I don’t win, this will definitely be something I will have to save up to buy!

  108. Kesha El'Shone says:

    I have pinned this giveaway..

  109. Diana Bennett says:

    I am so happy to have found Women living well and good morning girls. Thank you for being real for all of us.

  110. allison jones says:

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who has ‘unglued’ moments!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  111. So glad to hear that you are “normal”. lol It happens to all of us at one time or another. I am happy that all is forgiven between you and your friend and you and God! :)

  112. Tai Schell says:

    Sounds like a book I need!!

  113. I am grateful for the encouragement both you and Lysa give to me and other sisters in Christ. I would love to have this book and the other goodies!

  114. Tai Schell says:

    Left a link on for the giveaway on my FB page!!

  115. I have pinned this!

  116. It is safe to say I have come unglued over things just as meaningless and stupid (looking back, it all seems important at the time!)

    I would love to win : )

  117. Jennifer Crowell says:

    Thank you for sharing your church story about coming unglued. It is uplifting to know I’m not just crazy and other women do this as well. We are doing this study in church and it has been great so far. I am now kicking myself for not buying the devotional when it was on sale, because I’d really like to have it to go with the book I got. But now you have given me a chance to win it, so thank you for that chance. Plus I could pass the book itself onto a friend who would enjoy it as much as I am.

  118. I have several friends reading this now. I would love to win.

  119. I am sharing on FB

  120. I have also shared on facebook! (not sure if we are supposed to leave separate comments for each share or just one so I hope this is ok)

  121. Nicole Gaylord says:

    Love your honestly!!! I think I could take a few lessons from her book also:) Praising Him and the way he transforms us because I know that I’m too weak to ever do it on my own. To Him belongs the glory!!

  122. I would love a chance to win :D

  123. Shared on facebook and pinned it

  124. Christie k says:

    Amazing giveaway! Great post! Thank you for serving the women reading your blog as well as their families!

  125. Karina Browning says:

    I have been struggling with changing my “unglued” moments to soul controlled moments – hoping that soon they will be changed to God controlled moments – where I can allow the spirit of God to reign in me! My ladies bible study at church just finished the Unglued book by Lysa. I was able to sit in on a few. Lots of encouragement and sound advice. Thanks for this post and for the chance to win the giveaway!!

  126. *crying* I totally came unglued at my hubby tonight. I tell myself we all have those moments, and maybe we do, but that excuse has gone on too long at our house. Maybe I need this book! :)

  127. I had an unglued moment in church as well :) It ended with my crying in the nursing room! It was truly pitiful.

  128. Amber Mesherger says:

    I am working on watching my temper and thinking before I speak. This would be wonderful to motivate me. Thank you for your inspirational blog. I love reading it!

  129. Wow – I am running around so much that Krazy Glue couldn’t keep me together! Good for you for sharing this!

  130. Aww, thanks for being so real with us.

  131. As a mom of 3 kids (12,9, and 4), it’s very easy to come “unglued” in my house. Out in public is another story for me, if I’m not in control, I at least try to make it look like I am…at least until we get home. I think the most common place for me to come “unglued” is at the grocery store with all 3 kids. They all start asking for this that and the other thing. I’m usually trying to get done and get out…Anyway, I read a few of Lysa’s devotionals sent via email from Proverbs31.org and really enjoyed them. Would love to win, but will probably buy the book if I don’t.

  132. Looks like you are going to have a ton of names to choose from. I would love this new book. Was able to read and do a study with one of her other ones. Loved it!

  133. Kristy Bartlett says:

    I think we all have those moments, I just pray that they get fewer and fewer…

  134. I would LOVE to win this book!!! :)

  135. I am looking forward to Lisa’s new book. Loved “Made to Crave”!

  136. Kristin Dahman says:

    I SO need this! I just delivered my son, Isaac, at almost 24 weeks along in my pregnancy and shortly after he died in my arms. I have four children and a husband at home that I am trying not to become”unglued”with since. This is an area in my life that God is really calling me to work on in my life and I would love the opportunity to do so with “Unglued” Thank you for the opportunity. God bless.

    • Barbara Prince says:

      My heart hurts for you Kristin. God knows and He understands your pain right now. It’s hard when you don’t have time to grieve. Father, wrap your loving arms around Kristin. Please give her Your perfect peace. Let your Holy Spirit comfort her. In Jesus Name, I pray.

    • Amber Foshay says:

      I pray for you to be embraced right now and for HIS strength to get you through each day. So sorry for your heartbreak!

  137. I would love to win :) Sounds like a great book!

  138. Kristin Dahman says:

    Shared on Facebook and pinned on Pinterest

  139. Pick me. Pick me. :)

  140. I would love to win this book!! Glad you’re back!

  141. What a great example of examining one’s heart and making amends before taking communion!!!
    I would LOVE to win this giveaway, I think the book/study sounds very intersting!!!

  142. I shared this on FB!

  143. Oh how many times I have come unglued myself. Looking forward to reading this one.

  144. I have recently found your site and love it! Thanks for all the inspiration! Would love to win this!

  145. Moments of unglued!

  146. So many great new books that are jus releases or that I’m just hearing about… Been trying to decide where to start – your post convinced me. I think I need to read this book… Thanks for sharing!

  147. Thank you for sharing this story! I know all too much about coming unglued! Good luck everyone!

  148. Would love to win this, thanks Courtney for all you do!!!

  149. Also posted to Google+, don’t use twitter or facebook but doing what I can lol!

  150. Christy Harrison says:

    You always speak to my heart! God bless you. This five sways is awesome. Thank you!

  151. Christy Harrison says:

    Posted on facebook!

  152. Christy Harrison says:

    Posted on twitter!

  153. Christy Harrison says:

    Pinned on pintrest.

  154. Tanya Hill says:

    I would love to win this set. I have actually came unglued at church meetings before. Not to mention at home and in public. I need the help! Lol

  155. Tanya Hill says:

    I shared on Facebook!

  156. I come unglued more than I care to admit; God is teaching me that He wants peace for me and my family.

  157. Can a Canadian win? :) my sister in law lives in Fairmont, West Virginia if you can’t mail north of the border. :)

    I have her Unglugged book and I loved it! Have to read it again.

  158. Michelle N. says:

    What a fun giveaway, something I could definitely use right now.

  159. Love her books and would love to have her new devotional too.

  160. Just posted to my FB page.

  161. You are such an inspiration!! I would love to have the book to bring my relationship with God closer

  162. I have the book but would love to give it to a friend. I love your honesty!

  163. My kids actually prayed that “Mommy would be glued” tonight during dinner. :) I checked the book out from the library in Nov., but obviously need to read it again. :)

  164. Would love to win this!

  165. Renee Horne says:

    I Would love to win a copy of this book, I have been wanting to read it for a while now.

  166. Boy do I need this book. I become unglued a lot, and unfortunately the people I become unglued at is usually my family. I’ve studied anger books and prayed, and it has gotten better, but I’d like to finally be able to control my emotions all the time, rather than my emotions controlling me. I’d love to have this book.

  167. Please enter me for the giveaway. Thank you

  168. Shared this on Facebook!

  169. Mary Hansen says:

    Hoping to do Unglued study with my women’s group next fall!

  170. Mary Hansen says:

    Shared on FB! :)

  171. I’m so glad to be reading your posts again. :) Pick me!

  172. Awe sis, you are not alone, thank you for your transparency and being real. You are so encouraging!

    Adrienne R

  173. Thank you for the giveaway :)

  174. Thank you for keeping it real and giving a glimpse of the real you. Transparency and a lesson learned, a good thing. Thank you!

  175. Hi Courtney, praise be to the Lord for grace :) Thank you for sharing that. Have a blessed day. Tara (The Proverbs 31 Sanctuary)

  176. Michelle b says:

    Thank you! Would love to own this one. Guilty as charged!

  177. Unglued is on my reading list for 2013. As I am trying to be more aware of my actions as a mother and wife I am finding that I come “unglued” at those around me, especially at my kids for things I don’t like in myself that they are learning from me. Would love to win this prize pack and love reading your blog. Thank you!

  178. I’ve been wanting to read this book, and the accompanying devotional sounds fantastic! Thanks for the fun giveaway.

  179. Thank you for sharing your story. It’s amazing how important things seem in the heat of the moment. I’m still learning the importance of pausing, so I may think rationally. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  180. Thanks for sharing your story! I struggle with becoming unglued too and I always feel so bad afterwards until I apologize. Thank goodness for God’s amazing grace!

  181. I so love your honesty. Yes, I have been in the same (similar) boat and the pain from hurting your loved ones is difficult to bear. So thankful for grace and friends that love us despite ourselves!

  182. Tara Drummond says:

    Would love to have these! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  183. Thank you for sharing. I have a “hot button” and when pushed I can come unglued quickly. Although my kids are grown I get angry and will come unglued if anyone says anything against my kids, primarily my daughter (a wonderful Christian wife and mother.) I’ve said and acted pretty harshly with my husband over this. It doesn’t show Christ like love to anyone and know the conviction you were talking about. Thank you for being so open.
    Love On Christ,

  184. PS I shared your giveaway on Pinterest, twitter and Facebook.

  185. Natausha Lusk says:

    Here, here Sister! Thank you for sharing your story of grace. We all have “those” momma bear moments (especially when it comes to our little cubs!). It’s such a blessing when we get to see God’s beauty in our lives even in those moments of our own ugliness.

    What a great giveaway you and Lysa have put together! <3

  186. Tara Drummond says:

    I shared on FB

  187. Tara Drummond says:

    Shared on Twitter

  188. melissa l. says:

    I just read a post yesterday from Jill Briscoe about being vulnerable and honest in relationships. Your blog is a good example of that! Thanks for sharing your “real-ness” with us!

  189. Tara Drummond says:

    I also pinned…can you tell I am excited about this??!!

  190. I need Lysa’s devotional!

  191. Thank you for your timely message

  192. Linda in Chester, VA says:

    Would absolutely love to be entered into the drawing! I’ve started forwarding your blogs to my new daughter-in-law and think she’s getting hooked. Praises!

  193. Thank you for sharing stories like that and being so open and honest!

  194. I’m lying here awake at 3:30 a.m. and I’m reflecting over my day I think about how I came unglued today and also how I slipped and fell into the way of the world. What does God give me but a nudge to read your post and bring me scripture that I need to hear and a story of healing- exactly what my church is focusing on. Thank you for your words!

  195. Your transparency is refreshing & many of us are encouraged by you. Lovely to have you back blogging.

  196. Julia Delaney says:

    I have so been wanting to read Unglued. Would love to win this give away. Thank you for sharing this. I love your blog. Your so inspiring!

  197. It was good to hear your story especially the restoration. May the Lord teach me to do seek restoration with family, friends and especially strangers that I come unglued with at times :( And may He teach me to show the Love of Christ when it is directed towards me. This book sounds like a good read & challenge!

  198. I have scone unglued a lot more than usual lately. Everyone in my house has been sick and the hardship of staying off work has fallen on me. My hubby and two kids have felt the wrath due to my stress. I just started following your blog (doing the Valentine’s challenge) and already you’ve been a blessing! Thanks for taking your time to so this for your followers.

  199. My friends and I just started reading Unglued together. Thank you for sharing your story.

  200. I would love a copy of this book sounds like a good read. The devotional will be a great addition to it as well. i have liked and shared it on facebook as well.

  201. susie edworthy says:

    I just heard about this book. I was having a conversation with a friend yesterday about this very subject and how I wish I had had more tools for dealing with this when my kids were younger (all of them are grown now). However, I still think it is a worthwhile subject for me even now. I did share this on facebook and also sent this link to my friend. Thanks for your honesty and transparency.

  202. Thanks for sharing your story! I’d love to win this set. Thanks for the chance.

  203. Wow, sounds like I need to win this giveaway.

  204. I am currently doing this book with our bible study at church, and it has been life changing for all of us so far. Thanks for doing this giveaway! I hope I win so I can share this with someone else who would be blessed as well. :)

  205. Confession, becoming unglued is my biggest fault, heck my nickname in my family was dramaqueen and crybaby. I’ve learned to take better control as an adult and morther but it is a daily struggle for me. I’m a very emotional person and fall apart easily. I’d really like to win this. Good luck to everyone.

  206. This sounds great!

  207. Shared on facebook

  208. Retweeted on twitter.

  209. Great thoughts and I love the honesty. I’m reading The Cure and it talks about the different masks we put on. So often, we put on a great face, yet inside we are screaming a different story. Makes me think. I need to read Unglued!!

  210. This sounds like something I need.

  211. What it says about me that I am waiting for an apology from someone who came unglued at my daughter this week and went on from there. Thank you for encouraging me to seek God in this trouble.

  212. kathy smith says:

    I so need this study =/. Very convicting.

  213. Love Lysa Terkeurst. Our ladies bible study did Made to Crave not too long ago, and I would love to include this as my next personal bible study. I know I much too easily become unglued so I am sure this would be very beneficial to me.

  214. Oh I really need to read this book!

  215. I so need this book. I work at a christian school and see people become “unglued” all the time. As much as I hateto admit it, I myself fall into this category. Thanks for your post today!

  216. Becky Gensel says:

    Sounds like a great book – I love Lysa’s Made to Crave book – fighting that battle myself right now. :) hope this give away goes well!

  217. Becky Gensel says:

    FYI – shared on Facebook too! (Before I ever commented actually. )

  218. I’ve been wanting/ needing to read Unglued since it was first released. Would love to win. Love your blog and love to see how God has blessed your ministry. I started reading back when you still had the lafy taking a bubble bath clip art, my how WLW has changed. :-)

  219. I am always blessed by your honest sharing. Thanks for being real and inviting all of us into your life.

  220. Deanna Moss says:

    Sometimes it is so hard to be transparent…. Most of my Christian Life i have lived”unglued”. I was never discipled, and we all know how important that is, so i would spend the next 15+ years floundering around trying to figure out what thus Christian walk was all about. I can still use all thehelp i can get.

  221. Thanks for the chance to win! I pinned the giveaway, too.

  222. I just finished leading a bible study of the book Unglued at it was fabulous! Can’t wait to read the devotional:)

  223. Maria Hall says:

    Loved this blog today! Forgiveness, love, grace & mercy! So glad you’re back!

  224. Courtney, I just love your heart! As I read your Church story all I could think was “oh, how I’ve been there”! You have a good friend & I love that she would come to you before communion & make it right. Then to experience God’s mercy & grace and the reminder we are indeed dependent on Him at all times and we’ll “never have it all together”! Hard sometimes but beautiful! Thanks for the opportunity to win this package!
    In Christ, Amy

  225. Maria Hall says:

    Pinned & facebook’d!

  226. Thank you for sharing this! I came unglued during bible study a few weeks back. Those ladies showed me such grace. I did apologize the next week. I’m glad I’m not the only one with those kinds of moments. :)

  227. I am on such a journey seeking out and finding God in my life and making Christ center. This book looks like a good supplement to the bible study I am doing with my pastor!

  228. Heard Lysa speak in September – a godly woman who is a hoot. I am typically a stuffer, but I have had my moments …

  229. Thank you for sharing your heart in this post. I’ve become unglued so many times and knowing that others who have walked a longer walk with Christ have also become unglued is just such a blessing to my heart – to know that I’m not alone. Praising God for His grace and love – and for sisters like you who let us know we are not alone in our struggles! God bless!!

  230. Thank you for the great giveaway opportunity!

  231. Oh how I appreciate your willingness to be humble and share. I can’t wait to read this book

  232. Loves this book and am really excited about the devotional!

  233. The share tool wasn’t really working for me for the Facebook share, so I just copied the link and shared it on my own.
    Shared on Facebook.
    And pinned!

    God bless!!

  234. Cynthia Jacobs says:

    I love following you in Facebook. You having given such good advice for stubborn wives like myself. I have told many of my friends about u. You are such a blessing. Thank you for your transparency. God Bless

  235. Janice Davis says:

    I would love to read these books. I have been trying to learn how to not become unglued and/or how to handle it and make it right when I do. Perfect timing for books like this. Couldn’t get the share to work on either Facebook or Pinterest :(

  236. thanks for being a real example of how God works in our hearts, as sisters. When one falls down, the other reaches out a hand to help us up…even when we don’t know we’ve fallen. Blessings on you and yours, dear sister.
    I would love to be entered in the giveway` we all need help with our unglued emotions~thanks!

  237. Jenny Rutan says:

    Praise God for his Grace and Mercy. Were only human and we all come unglued at one time or another, but God in His wonderful way brings us back. God bless you Courtney!
    Love and Prayers,

  238. This post was perfect timing for me!! God knew I needed to see this and I am so happy I did!! I am excited you are doing a give away- but even if I do not win I will be purchasing this book to read! I just love knowing I am not the only one, sometimes it may feel I am the alone in those feelings. Makes me feel better knowing its not just me!! Thank you for sharing!!

  239. Thanks for being real. As believers in Christ, we all fail, but have the blood of Christ to cover our sins, failures and mistakes. When we come unglued! We don’t have to live in guilt.’

  240. Oh I forgot to mention I shared this on a few sites to help out some fellow women who may need this as much as I had!!

    Thank You!!

  241. Loved this message. I have definitely been there and done that

  242. Marlena E says:

    Love your blog and consistent encouragement! I would LOVE to win the Unglued package. Thanks for all you do!

  243. Timpy Ellis says:

    I wold love to have this devotional. There are so many times I feel like I’m living my life through emotion and coming “unglued”!

  244. I too have done things I am not proud of. I learned from my past what I need to keep to myself and so forth. Life is better with calm attitudes than without.

  245. When I first became a Christian I thought women in the church were perfect Christians, wives, and mothers. It didn’t take long to realize my faulty thinking. Appearances are deceiving. After 16 years as a child of God, I have come unglued many times myself. I am not proud of it but thankful for a God who forgives and gives us nuggets of help from His Word to overcome these times. I am always thankful for women who share the truth about living the Christian life. May we all seek to grow closer to God in 2013!

  246. ashley veach says:

    i would love a chance to win!
    thanks for doing such a great giveaway!!

  247. Thank you for being so transparent. I’ve had to go to someone before and ask forgiveness.

  248. Stephanie says:

    Thanks for sharing your imperfections and giving a reminder of God’s amazing grace.

  249. Can’t wait to study this beginning next week with my sisters in Christ.

  250. Jennifer Leal says:

    We all have those days where we wish we could take back what we said

  251. Love this blog and Lysa T.!! Thanks for the chance at this give-away!

  252. Angela Gibson says:

    I would love to win! This sounds like something I need!!!

  253. I love your blog!!! It is an encouraging faith filled time for me in the morning when I get to read.

  254. Wow, this may seem a wierd reply for a giveway but what came up for me as I read your post was how this situation could have a lesson for you. What if your friend was showing up to help, and in turn model for your son, what it is like when we have not met the standard set? Yes, it is about service, but if there were “rules” to follow and you were a “rules” follower than why would it upset you that she is upholding the rules? This could be a great learning experience to release you from the attachment that you always following the rules and make an “A.” You are loved even when you haven’t met a standard. We are always loved, it comes in many forms. Just my thoughts…I honor your honest sharing.

  255. Charlotte says:

    Sadly, I think this has happened in one way or another to all of us. Thank God for true Christian friends that help us in our walk with Jesus. You do inspire me Courtney. Thank you.

  256. Thank you for this encouraging post and your witness for Christ.

  257. I’ve had my own unglued moments lately…with the hubby. *gulp* would love a little help here.

  258. Thank you so much for this post…have missed them so! I appreciate your honesty and could definitely identify with the UNGLUED moment!

  259. Courtney, thank you foe sharing your heart and always being so honest and genuine!!

  260. Stephanie W says:

    I love how you keep it so real!! Thank you for that!!

  261. Kelly Greene says:

    what a great gift to win, Lisa rocks!

  262. Christine says:

    Thank you for your humility and the giveaway.

  263. Unglued has been the best study in have done in years! I went they with Melussa in the fall and attended my first meeting lady night with a group at my church . I am on a “progress” journey.

  264. Sherri Carlson says:

    I finished reading Unglued a few weeks ago. What a great book! It’s one to read and re-read. It would be great to win the giveaway so I can keep this book as a resource. Thanks!

  265. I so much admire your honesty! I have been following you a long time and am on my 4th…actually I think 5th GMG study. I WANT TO READ THIS BOOK AND ALSO DO THE STUDY!! I think it will be a life changer!

  266. What a wonderful giveaway. :)

  267. Life offers many opportunities to come “unglued!” I think as we struggle with our fleshly nature it will be this way. I appreciate the giveaway to provide a tool to help combat the flesh and live more like Christ!! :)

  268. Kiley Middleton says:

    I come “unglued” all the time! I love love love what you are doing for other women! You all keep me so encouraged as a mother and wife on a daily basis. I look forward to my time on your blog every morning. God bless you always!

  269. Your words were an encouragement to me this morning. Thank you. This book sounds awesome.

  270. I do love the wisdom that you express in your blogs. And this one posted to Facebook!. It’s refreshing when God takes something that we do and turns it into a reminder of his grace and forgiveness.

  271. Courtney, A great story of redemption. Thanks for sharing.

  272. Shelly Holverson says:

    Thank you for the give away. And thank God that he remembers we are all but dust…

  273. I pinned this giveaway.

  274. I so appreciate your honesty….I know (while different) I have had moments like this too that I wish didn’t happen….thank God for grace!

  275. I would love this giveaway. It sounds wonderful.. Thanks for the opportunity.

  276. Courtney, your honesty is refreshing. I appreciate knowing that not only I, but others, also, have these moments., but that there is a God who sent His Son to take that all away… as you experienced. Thanks for an opportunity at what sounds like a very useful giveaway.

  277. I can’t wait to read this book. Thanks for the opportunity to win it. :)

  278. I also shared this on Facebook.

  279. Heather Sidell says:

    Love your blog! Thank you for being so open and real! Would love to be entered in the drawing. God bless you!

  280. Thank you for sharing your story. I would love to be entered to win. I also shared on Facebook. God Bless!

  281. Eve Graham says:

    I look forward to reading every new thought that God lays on your heart to share. Thank you for the chance to win!

  282. Eve Graham says:

    Shared via Facebook…

  283. With 4 small children, one of which has major medical issues, and no family for support and having to work full time this sounds like exactly the book I need to read! Thanks for your blog! You encourage me every day!

  284. Jen Kline says:

    Thanks Courtney! I’d love to read this and share with the ladies of my church.

  285. OH my goodness! I have so many unglued moments, it’s not even a little funny! Mostly they have to do with my precious little cherubs ;). I need this book!

  286. Nancy Skinner says:

    I believe this is the book we are getting ready to study in my church bible study group. So excited to see how much you like it. Thanks for the opportunity to win it


  287. Would love a copy of this book!

  288. I often come unglued with my sweet family. I need to read this so I can become the best woman, wife and mommy possible :)

  289. This book is on my READ/STUDY list. Thanks for sharing your story too, it’s good to know I’m not the only one!!

  290. Love your blog! I can so relate with your Unglued moment….been there too! I also shared this with my FB Blog page. I have the book and one of her devotionals and am reading it right now, but if I win I would love to pass on the book and devo to others as a ministry opportunity.

  291. Would love to win!

  292. Suzanne G. says:

    Thank you for your willingness to share :)

  293. Suzanne G. says:

    Shared on FB

  294. Thank you for sharing your unglued moment and also the healing moment. :) Happy to see you are back at it and feeling refreshed.

  295. Holly Harrell says:

    I would love this series!

  296. My girlfriend was telling me about this book before the holidays. I had never heard of it and now you’re having a giveaway :-) Awesome!

  297. Would love to win! :-)

  298. Thank God for the glue with a special bonding called ” Grace”

    love to hear your other thoughts…

  299. I haven’t bought this book yet, but it is def on my list. It must be great for marriage as well, as often spouses come from complete different backgrounds, and issues are handled much differently.

  300. I just came unglued last night at my husband because of his response to our kid’s toys 3 hours after we discussed him dealing w/PTSD. :(

  301. Sarah Green says:

    Thank you for being honest and real. This would be a great way to get my bible study girls back together!

  302. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your honesty, sense of humor and grace. I love reading your posts! The giveaway is very generous!

  303. Thanks for the opportunity to win!! This is definitely something I need to work on also. Thanks for sharing your story! :)

  304. Wow! This spoke right to my heart! And Im looking for a good book to read!! :)
    Thank you for sharing your heart!

  305. Thank you for the real words you share in your blog. I always look forward to receiving it and seeing what encouragement/words you have to share.
    Thank you for being so transparent.

  306. Jessica Bowers says:

    I can totally relate!

  307. Julie Hooker says:

    I too have come “unglued” at church, VBS to be specifically. Thank The Lord for His forgiveness, which shows us how to forgive others. Even when the other person is at fault and in the wrong, we must forget our pride and make things right.

    Hope to win this. It would be very helpful.

  308. Kim Cornelison says:

    THis is a great book, I have been wanting and praying to start a bible study with this book. Courtney your website is amazing and very encouraging. So thakful for your love for the Lord.

  309. Would love to read this book! Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  310. Kim Domras says:

    Thank you for being so transparent about your unglued moment! I believe we all can relate to your story because we can all come up with an unglued story and probably several of them. My recent unglued moment was after my car accident. After several days of not sleeping well due to the discomfort in my neck and back coupled with a nursing infant and several solicitors coming to the door in one day and when finally the house was quiet and both girls sleeping at the same time for the first time ever and I finally lay my head down for nap when I heard ANOTHER Knock at the door. I yelled from the couch and said “What is it? (In a loud and rude tone). I opened the door and saw our mailman and his daughter standing there with our Girl Scout order. I immediately felt embarrassed and such shame. Of course I apologized humbly and profusely and explained the background information in hopes they may understand my unglued moment. Of course, they forgave me, but every time I see our mailman I think of this incident, and I have to remind myself that I have been forgiven of that and many more unglued moments. I pray for more self control in the moments I feel like I am just going to lose it. I haven’t read the book Unglued, but would love to so I can apply what I learn in the hopes that I will be a better wife, mother, daughter, friend, neighbor, and witness for Christ. Thank you for the Giveaway opportunity!

  311. Kelli Back says:

    This is the best giveaway I have seen in along time… Fingers crossed I win~~~

  312. Thank you for your humble honesty!

  313. Lysa is an inspiring author! I would love to read her new book! Thank you for the giveaway opportunity. I usually come unglued with my strong willed child. The Holy Spirit is working on that!

  314. Unglued, Boy have I ever!!! I definitely need this read__

  315. I pinned this too! Under “I Love This Blog”

  316. Am on a personal journey right now. This book would be a great help. Best of luck to all

  317. Courtney,
    Thank you for your wonderful blog. You always say the right thing at the right time. I think we have all come “unglued” over simple things that mean a lot to us at the time. Thanks for sharing! God bless you and your service!!

  318. I think we’ve all been there :( Some of us more than once. I’d love to be entered in your giveaway! :)

  319. Would love to read this!

  320. Michelle C says:

    I could use this giveaway since I find that I come ‘Unglued” all too often recently. Life has been a little crazy and I am working on getting my eyes and heart focused back on God and living for Him not others.

  321. I appreciate your emails. I am enjoying sharing positive feedback from my husband!

  322. I would love to win a copy of the new 60 day study. I am currently leading a study with 4 others on the Unglued Book. Love it!

  323. This morning I read an email from a dear friend inviting me and some other ladies to do a Bible/book study. Our first book? You guessed it….unglued. Then I see this post. A nice little nudge maybe? As a career mama, squeezing in this activity will be tough but I’m praying that God will guide me and open doors.

  324. Stormy Johnson says:

    I love your blog and would love to win this!

  325. I posted this on my facebook page!

  326. This is a great example to others, me included! Thank you for this post.

  327. I am a recent follower to your blog. While laid up after hip surgery I found your blog on because someone pinned something on Pinterest. I absolutely the the idea of being a Proverbs 31 women and thank you for your emails and continued encouragement.

  328. Love the honesty in your blog.

  329. Bethany d says:

    Whata wonderful book and a lovely author!

  330. I have been looking at this book for my kindle. Sounds like I might need it more than I thought! :)

  331. Lindsey E says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! Love Lysa!!

  332. Our emotions are tricky. You can often feel that you are wrong while you are in the middle of coming unglued, but feel powerless to stop. So thankful for God’s grace and the grace of others when that happens to me!

  333. Lindsey E says:

    I shared the giveaway on my facebook page.

  334. saying I forgive can be an easy thing, but doing it, showing, and meaning it is the hardest. How we come unglued in front our Christian friends and worse those who are not saved is not a good example to our Father. I like the comment about glue and that is God’s GRACE.

  335. Dawn Kaser says:

    Thank you for sharing your “unglued” moment! Boy, did it sound familiar…sigh. Thank you for this giveaway! I did a small group with her Made 2 Crave Book and it was phenomenal!

  336. would love this for a friend of mine who is struggling right now!

  337. Stormy Johnson says:

    I posted to twitter, Facebook and pinned it on Pinterest.

  338. This sounds like a great book. Would love to read it. Thanks !

  339. Dawn Kaser says:

    I shared this giveaway on facebook.

  340. Lindsey E says:

    I tweeted about the giveaway!

  341. This book made such a terrific impact on my life that my husband asked if there was a ‘men’s’ version!!!

  342. I started getting your emails just before you went on leave over Christmas, I am glad you are back. Your emails are so uplifting and helpful. I would love to read the book Unglued because I have also came unglued both at church and at home.

  343. Thanks for sharing what God lays in your heart. I was blessed to read when you had to take a break, because its happens to me and I feel it’s God telling us to slow down. I would like to be considers for the devotional you will be giving away. I’m inNC just like Lysa….lol

  344. I have really become unglued alot lately, losing our jobs, moving hundreds of miles away with nothing but clothes and restarting my life all over again. I thought I would deal with it alot better having my family around and more time with God. I just am not getting to that point maybe this could give me a better perspective on things and help me catch myself before I unglue on some poor unsuspecting soul again. I know I am not right with God or other doing this .

  345. Beth Sanford says:

    I have the book and I’m excited to read it. I would love to win this and share with a friend! :) I tweeted, pinned, and shared this on Facebook. Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great prize!

  346. Lindsey E says:

    I pinned the giveaway!

  347. TaraCaspar says:

    This book sounds right up my alley for these days! Thanks for the giveaway!

  348. I want to read this book!!

  349. The verse comes to mind how we’ve all sinned & come short of the glory of God. But thank goodness for that mercy ,,, and grace,,,, and forgiveness. I’ve had to ask for them all!!! Are you sure that was you fighting for the sticker -could have been me!! LOL

  350. Tara Dehaan says:

    Hi there, I have really been enjoying reading your blog. Thank you for being honest and writing from your heart. So many things we can relate to. I am doing the GMG Luke Study and Dig with my children. What a blessing that has been. Thank you, I would love to read one of the books.

  351. We’ve all been there at times! In your honesty you draw people towards you and Christ, and give us hope that Christ loves us even when we lose it. Thanks for keeping us focused on Christ and the Word through your online ministry.

  352. I have been coming “unglued” more and more since the birth of my 3rd child a year ago, and know I need to break this cycle before it gets worse. Would love to have this book/devotional:)

  353. Thank you for sharing such a personal story of coming unglued. You are a great example! The book sounds wonderful.

  354. What a great giveaway … I’d love to read this book. I try so hard but am so ‘unglued’ with my kids, would love to read the book and then follow up with the bible study. Thank you for being so honest and giving hope to us x

  355. I would love to win this. I need to learn how to NOT come unglued.

  356. I read this blog and so need to read Lysa’s book. I’m a young stay at home mom of three girls 4 and under. Some days I come unglued WAY to easy. I’m hoping I can get this book soon so I can dive in for some insights. Thank you for all you open honestly Courtney!

  357. I shared on facebook

  358. Donna Price says:

    What a wonderful giveaway, Thank you!!

  359. Love your honesty and I love reading your blog. =)

  360. Just shared it in Facebook too!

  361. I shared it on Facebook

  362. I,would love to win this, I’ve had some unglued moments of my own lately!

  363. I tweeted this giveaway. @cookmecasey

  364. DanielleB says:

    Thank you so much for being transparent! It is always encouraging to see how The Lord works in others lives. Bless you for your obedience!

  365. Love your blog and what you do for GMG! Thanks for your honesty! As a fellow homeschooling mama I appreciate what you do so much! You are a huge blessing..may God bless you richl!

  366. I would LOVE to win!

  367. Would LOVE to win!! Just found your blog a few weeks ago and started following you on FB! I am in a weekly study of Unglued at my church, but I do not have the book – so what a blessing to win and have it to go along with! ;) Thank you for your amazing posts, keep shining his light!

  368. This book is on my list to read this year!

  369. I pinned the giveaway, but wanted to say thank you for sharing your story I am sure it was hard to do.

  370. Lisa Seegert says:

    How fun Courtney. And what a blessing you can be to another sister in Christ. This sounds like a great read that I could apply more right here in my own household starting with my husband – boy you want to talk about raw emotions and then with 6 children, 3 of them being homeschooled. I would love to be able to share this with my two oldest girls 16 and 13 – (you want to talk about raw emotion – whew!). Not to mention the coffee. Maybe Hannah(16) and I could get a coffee and discuss these important things.

    I am so glad I found you. This week has been very encouraging as I minister to my husband – God is so good!

    In Christ alone,

  371. I tweeted it too!

  372. I asked for this book for Christmas but didn’t get it. :( Hoping I win this giveaway so I can finally read it! ;)

  373. Thank you for this. It spoke to me because I too often let my emotions get the better of me. I think Lysa’s book sounds like a must-read for me.

  374. Cindy Wilkinson says:

    I have come unglued more often than I would want to admit! Unfortunately I live my life unglued :( thank you for your honesty! Thankful for people and friends who understand what forgiveness is!

  375. I pinned this on my A Woman After God’s Own Heart board.

  376. I would love this! Thanks for your transparency and encouragement that we don’t have to be perfect to be a daughter of the King!

  377. Lisa Seegert says:

    Shared on facebook too.

  378. Debbie from NH says:

    Great post!!! WE all want what we want when we want it. So like our human nature!!! Spirit against flesh!!! I need to make that trip to the hall with someone in my life!!
    Thanks, Court

    I posted to FB and Pin

  379. Cindy Wilkinson says:

    I shared the post on my fb page. Cindy Whiz Bang Wilkinson I play roller derby and try to be a light to those on my team & my fans!

  380. Thanks for your blog and this giveaway. :-)

  381. Thanks for sharing your “Unglued” story….it is refreshing to see women being real with one another. I just started reading your blog in the fall, a couple of months before your break. Glad you are back.

  382. Thanks for sharing. So easy to become unglued especially where our children are concerned!

  383. I can so relate to your story today. I’ve definitely been there. I would love to read the book!

  384. Christine Dr. says:

    thanks for the transparency in your story – it is good inspiration for my unglued moments – and thabnks for bringing me back to the Cross. & his Grace. Woudl really love la chance to win this !,

  385. Marcia S. says:

    Thanks for sharing your story. such a nice giveaway.

  386. Courtney, Thank you so much for being so transparent. I understand where you are coming from! I definitely need to read Unglued. Unfortunately I find myself there more often than I would like to. I pinned your book under my section on Christian Spiritual Growth Resources.

    Your blog has been an inspiration to me and I plan to launch Stressed or Blessed in the next few weeks. Thanks for your beautiful example of Christlike leadership. Joanne Putnam

  387. I become “unplugged” more often than I would like. I would love to read this book!

  388. I am so glad you are back! You are such an inspiration to me!

    I would love to win this giveaway! I think I come unglued every day, especially with the kids!

  389. I love example of grace and reconciliation shown in your story. Love the giveaway offer. Thanks for sharing

  390. I am new to Women Living Well. This is actually my first email from you and it’s a giveaway opportunity, double score! Thanks for your inspiration to women. Keep doing what you do and be blessed!

  391. Reena Barnett says:

    Thank you for your blog and the GMG bible study! I happened upon your blog on Pinterest and I am hooked! I am doing the Luke study and I love it. It is such a good way to start the day! Please consider me for the giveaway! I can never get enough of God’s word, it fuels my soul and lights a fire in my heart!

  392. I love waking up to your messages!. I have come “unglued” on occasion! Would live the book and other gifts. Thank you!

  393. Kistin Long says:

    Thank you for your ministry. I enjoy following you, and I would love to be entered for the giveaway!

  394. Oh, this has happened to me! And it’s so humbling to realize that I’m not as spiritually mature as I *think* I am. I’m trying to be an example of Christ and his love, and then one day I’m sleep deprived or grumpy and my sister-in-law (whose salvation we are praying for) pushes me over that edge… the sad thing is, it’s never worth it. Worse, I feel guilty that I am setting her back in finding her place in the church, because she sees me, a Christian, acting this way.

    Anyway… thanks for the giveaway!

  395. The devotional sounds AWESOME!!

  396. Meghan Humt says:

    I came unglued with a sister in Christ after a stressful Sunday with too many responsibilities. This post was very timely for me! God is good!

  397. Glad you’re back! Would love this giveaway!

  398. Sounds like a great giveaway, I’m in!

  399. Shared on FB.

  400. Thank you for sharing. I have not come unglued yet at church but I know the day will come. I have come unglued at other places…love your blog.

  401. Thank you for sharing your story, it was a real blessing to me. Thanks for the giveaway also! How fun!

  402. Hi Courtney,
    Thank you for your candor and honesty that you have exposed to us. We all fall short and I am glad to no I am not alone.

    I would love to win :) Thanks for the giveaway!

    Have a beautiful day!

  403. I also just shared your giveaway on facebook! :) THANKS AGAIN!

  404. I really enjoy reading your posts and watching your videos. Thank you for this giveaway. I could so use this right now.

  405. Thank you for always bring so transparent.I have had those moments of insanity too.thank you Jesus for your grace and love.

  406. Heather N. says:

    What a great giveaway! Count me in!

  407. Maria in CT says:

    Pinned it! Thank you!

  408. Kristi Pool says:

    Great, honest post! Thx for sharing your heart!

  409. I can not tell you how much I needed to hear this today. I was so ready to come unglued about a (now) silly issue at church. I think I will hold my tongue and pray. I think I need to read this book and use the devotional faithfully :) Thank you for sharing your heart!

  410. Maria in CT says:

    Thank you for this great offer!

  411. Jennifer Jerina says:

    Thank you for your blog. It is such a blessing! Yhank you for this giveaway, I just shared it with the massesmon facebook.

  412. This post was at a “God Ordained” time in my life…My husband is a missionary pastor at a church plant, working with college students (we currently live 1 hour away to take care of my husbands elderly grandmother) there are days that the glue really does not seem to be holding, but it is encouraging to know that it is not just me…and a great reminder to take those steps to make things right when I come ungluded. Thank you so much for your post and you honsety.

  413. Tiffany M says:

    So many people are looking for comfort and hope and fellowship, myself included. What is great about your blog is that you are always striving to do better and follow Him more closely, but you are also always humbling yourself and admitting imperfections. It is truly inspiring to read your thoughts and follow some of your experiences. It is so hard to admit but WE ALL COME UNGLUED. Thank you for all that you do!

  414. I have seen Unglued at Family Christian, and never taken the time to pick it up and find out what it is truely about….seems like I’m always rushing in for music and back out. I can’t wait to add this devotional to my list. I am a Traveler’s wife, homeschooling Mom of one daughter who lives miles from civilization. I come unglued DAILY. Thank you.

  415. Loved your blog post. This book sounds helpful!

  416. I haven’t heard of Unglued before. I would love the chance to win this. I am pinning this on Pinterest.

  417. Thank you so much for sharing your story of coming unglued. I have too often lately come unglued on my precious family. I believe reading Lysa’s book would really help me when my emotions go crazy.

  418. I would LOVE to win this giveaway!!! I have only read some of her book as I had borrowed it from the library and then didn’t take time to finish it before I had to return it! I would love to actually own it because I definitely deal with coming unglued!

  419. Tried to post to facebook, but got an error. I will keep trying.

  420. I loved reading your story and your blog. So often it is easy to get caught up in the rush of the world and yet Christ states simply my yoke is light, my burden is easy for you to bear. We make living so difficult in this world. Praise God for His grace and mercy. Thank you for the give away.

  421. I loved Unglued – as a woman who stuffs in public and explodes at home it was so nice to hear truth from another person owning her stuffing and exploding tendencies. What a great giveaway!

  422. I have gotten so much encouragement from this site.I look forward to the email each time:)

  423. Great giveaways. I am reading Unglued now and going to see about getti g a Bible Study going at my church. Look forward to reading the Devotional sometime. Thanks for the chance to win. Posted on facebook as well.

  424. Just found your blog! Thanks for sharing your ideas and encouragement and having a drawing! Love Lysa TerKeurst too!!

  425. Would love to have this. I am trying to find christian reading material. Times are hard with 5 kids to buy anything these days for myself so I been trying to find Free ebooks. Ok I am rambling I love your blog and I will pin this and post on my fb and I have a fb page for stay at home mothers and wifes to connect to other women. https://www.facebook.com/Wife.Mommyismylife?ref=hl

  426. It’s happened to all of us Courtney…we’re all a work in progress. God is faithful though, even when we regress. Be blessed! ~lyn

  427. Great post – I’m going to share it with women at my church. Thanks!

  428. It is encouraging to hear eachothers failures and successes in Christ thanks for sharing!

  429. How funny! I just heard about this book from a friend. I was looking for our next women’s group study, and and she suggested that we do this book. I haven’t read it yet, but after hearing her tell me what it’s about and how wonderful it is…and now seeing it on this blog, I think is God’s way of telling me that this is our next study. Having spent a majority of my life letting my emotions be in control, and now trying to help others avoid my “crazy” mistakes.. I can totally see how this book would be a blessing to so many. And it seems like it will tie into our current study on the 4:8 Principle and help us to keep “renewing our minds”. Has anyone used this book in a group setting? (I have about 20 women) Any suggestions?

  430. oh wow, this is a great giveaway! I’m a big fan of all 4 of you in the picture!! =)

    kathy k

  431. I have been wanting to read this book. Thanks!

  432. Thank you for sharing this!

  433. Elizabeth says:

    Sounds like a great resource to have on hand!

  434. Thank you for sharing this, as it kinda hit home for me. We all have those moments, no matter how hard we try to stay composed. Thank you again.

  435. Shaun Nearpass says:

    “Unglued” is my middle name!! I can become unglued over the most ridiculous things. Especially if I feel one of my family members has been wronged. You really convicted me today, Courtney!! I just had an “unglued” moment with a teacher. I feel I now need to apologize to her. Even if I felt I was right and she was wrong, my attitude and attack on her was very un-Christlike and very disrespecful to her as my daughter’s teacher. And the horrible example I set for my daughter!! I cringe even thinking about it. I am going to get ahold of this teacher this morning and make things right with her. Thank you for your blogs. They always speak to me where I am at at that very moment.

  436. Shared on twitter

  437. Shared on FB

  438. Shared on Google+

  439. So thankful for your emails every morning! You are such an encouragement to wives! Thank you and thanks for doing this giveaway.

  440. Pinned it on Pinterest

  441. Stephanie says:

    I have heard so many good things about this book. I would love to be able to read it:)

  442. I came unglued last night. Here at home, but to the people that matter most to me. And why? Oh, it is so frustrating at times. Thank you for sharing so we don’t feel we are the only ones. It’s such a blessing to have women who are open and honest with each other.

  443. Thank you for sharing. I learned from you today.

  444. I became unglued at work. I’m a nurse and it gets very stressful at times. I was hurt, I cried. Now I understand that it was the stress of my work that led me to act that way. I’m looking into changing that type of nursing. Please pray that I make the right decision as it will involve me working on Sundays but it’s a job I’ve always wanted. It’s closer to home, it’s less stressful and it wil give me the opportunity to be off more days with my kids do that I can continue to homeschool them. I also have a passion for sewing and if I take this job, I can promote my business more. JennieSews.com
    Check it out. Tell me what you think. There are times I just want to quit bring a nurse and just pursue my dream but I feel that the time will come, I just need to keep on.

  445. Tonya Mayfield says:

    I have seen this book and heard great things!! Would love to read it and possibly start a small group devotion!
    Love your blog! You’re so honest and I can relate!!!

  446. Shared on facebook!

  447. Christine says:

    Even with this Valentine challenge I have felt for the first time how easy it is to become unglued many times a day and how difficult it is to praise to even think of one praise ! Why!!!!! I am striving to become a better wife for my husband and I think this devotional would be helpful to have and it complements our challenge these next few weeks as well. Thanks for all you do.

  448. I really enjoyed your blog. It is amazing how easy we can come unglued over the smallest issues of life. Thank goodness we have a gracious, forgiving God that allows us to act the fool and then start over!


  449. Glad you are back!! This book is on my wishlist!! Great giveaway.

  450. Janelle McLaughlin says:

    Sounds like just the book for me! Thanks!

  451. I feel like I am always coming “unglued” with my family. Would love to win this!

  452. Christina says:

    I appreciate your story and can relate – I have had instances similar – where I knew I was right, but completely mishandled the situation. Thank you for the reminder of how God’s grace saves us and our relationships.

  453. First time visiting your blog – love it! And would love to win this book too! Will be back often!

  454. Magela G. says:

    What a great giveaway! I would love to win.

  455. Enjoyed this post, Courtney! It is so easy to come Unglued, at the smallest things. What a wonderful give-away. :)

  456. Gig Tillett says:

    I think Lysa wrote this book for me then realized I would need a devotional too!! Can’t wait to read them.

  457. came “unglued” on my husband two nights ago….still cringing over my behavior.
    thanks for your honesty and for allowing God to use you in this way.

  458. Gig Tillett says:

    I shared this on my FB page!

  459. What a nice giveaway. I have heard Lysa speak before. She is very real and refreshing.

  460. I did the Unglued study with my woman’s group. I would love to have this devotional .Thanks!

  461. I love your blog – you are so honest about your feelings and things you have done – where most of us would have hung our heads and not shared with anyone! I am desperately trying not to become “unglued”. My daughter has a huge exam coming up in May, which at the tender age of 11 is unfortunately too much of a huge deal where we live. We are all struggling to deal with it calmly and full of faith. Just this morning it got too much for me after I dropped the kids to school. And, I started to doubt her ability AND Gods’ ability to help her through! Opened up my bible and what did I see but Mark5:36 where it says “Don’t be afraid; just believe” What a wonderful calmness that soothes the soul. He’s always there for us – if only we just BELIEVE!

    I’m currently reading Desperate – would love to be entered for the Unglued giveaway!

  462. Robyn Wright says:

    I’m in need of Lysa’s book because I come “unglued” more times than I’m proud of.

  463. Donna Larue says:

    Thank you Courtney for being transparent with your readers. I think all of us have put ourselves in that spot before, where we come unglued over something so small, but yet at the time it seems so big! You are a blessing! Thank you for allowing God to use you to speak to the hearts of your sisters in Christ! I would love to read this book!

  464. Paula Romer says:

    Thanks for offering this giveaway, Courtney! I got the book from our library and only made it half way through when I had to return it for being waaaay overdue! What I did read helped me tremendously… But a daily devotional would help me so much keep it in the forefront of my mind every day.

  465. Becky Crago says:

    Just started this week reading your blog. I love it, and would love to be drawn for the unglued items. I will be sharing on facebook and pinterest.

  466. Lillian Gimmelli says:

    Awesome giveaway and awesome gift to win. Thanks for the opportunity to win such an great gift. Thank you!

  467. Boy did this hit home! I would love to win the giveaway!

  468. Know what you mean.
    Shame is a great and horrible teacher.
    Thanks for sharing. And Jesus, thanks for saving.

  469. I’ve been wanting this book so bad for next study!! Will be sharing on FB as well! :-)

  470. This devotional really touched my heart! Too many times in this life I find myself coming “unglued” about things that really don’t matter. Thank my heavenly Father that I can ALWAYS look to Him to glue me back together according to His plan. Just for today …. I will remember to “GAZE at The Master and GLANCE at my problem!” Be blessed today !

  471. I had to scroll quite a bit to be able to comment. Your blog left me in tears today as I thought of my own broken and lost friendships at church. Those relationships are invaluable to me. Yet, I find when I become unglued the hardest person to forgive is myself. I know what I’ve done and said even if others don’t and I know God sees that. Coming to terms with the mere fact that I am going to come unglued from time to time can be tough as I want to do “it” perfectly. Yet, I know what I learn from those unglued moments; forgiveness is always available, humility, and God’s unending and amazing grace. I need those lessons but pray I hurt others less and less as I progress down this journey. Thankful for your share and inspiration to keep writing.

  472. I’ve heard great things about this book! I would LOVE to win a copy!!

  473. Love your honesty!

  474. First of all, I love your blog. It comes along at just the right times and brings me back to my center. Thank you, and bless you for that. I would like to be entered for the give away. Reading this post I could not help but to think about my cousin. About 7 years ago I became unglued about some family things and really took it out on him and his wife. I hope that if I am blessed enough to win, I can start taking the correct steps, with God by my side, to start communicating with him again and rebuild that relationship. Thank you for considering me.

  475. I would love to be the winner of the Unglued items! When I am done with a book like this, I always include it in our church library. As the librarian, I am always on the look out for nice items like this ;-)

  476. Michelle M says:

    Refreshing to know that i am not alone with coming unglued, thanks for sharing this story and so many others to help us to understand that we all share the same struggles sometimes. This study would be nice to do with a group at church.

  477. Can I just say that I totally did this yesterday? Thank you so much for your honesty. The Lord has definitely been showing me my selfishness that has led to anger (and ultimately coming unglued!) so much lately. Thank you for your reminder of Jesus’ overabundant sacrifice and grace for us through the taking of communion–Matthew 5:24 in real life. God is good!

  478. This book sounds great I would love to win!

  479. This really hit home. Would love to win!

  480. Thank you for sharing your story about coming unglued. It opened my eyes to something that I know I need to do but am afraid of being rejected. I am sure everyone has came unglued at some point in time in their life.

  481. Elizabeth H says:

    Thank you for posting this. Honesty about being a “real person” is so refreshing!!!

  482. Katherine says:

    I would love this book! I need help to stop becoming “unglued” with my kiddos. Thanks and I love your blog!!

  483. tiffany pirtle says:

    I am trying to organize a small group study using Unglued…entertaining the thought of trying to do a group with my college girlfriends…maybe setting up a blog to post thoughts? and then using skype once a week…

    love your blog! ~ tiffany

  484. Posted to facebook

  485. Thanks for your blog posts! They are encouraging, refreshing and supporting! As I read your story and about the giveaway, I thought about dear friend of mine and I’d like to win the giveaway and give this book to that friend of mine. I’d love to read myself but at this point I see that my friend needs this more than I do! Pinned it too!

  486. Pinned it!

  487. Thanks for sharing this story! And what a nice outcome : )

  488. Thank you so much for your honest and loving words and feelings. I pinned AND posted!

  489. apple blossom says:

    Nice giveaway thanks for chance to win

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  490. Melissa R. says:

    Thanks for being so honest! We all have been there in some situation or another!
    I appreciate this opportunity!

  491. Thank you for sharing your heart this morning and being so honest! I too have had similar experiences with coming unglued… It is hard to see it in the moment because we get so fired up about the situation, but once things cool, we see more clearly. I would love to be entered into your drawing! Thank you for all you do! Stay strong!

  492. Thank you for sharing with us your “unglued” story and being so vulnerable with us.
    That really goes to show how human we all are and thank God for His Grace!
    I have a toddler and we’re planning on another one this year so the opportunities to become unglued are many…would love to read this one.
    Thank you again and much love!

  493. Dianne Reisdorf says:

    Thank you for this blog. This example helps bring me some wonderful healthy conviction.

  494. I shared this on facebook! Thanks for being honest and sharing your mistakes. We’ve all been there!
    God Bless!

  495. Amy Tucker says:

    Thank you so much for your honesty in your post today. It spoke to my heart! You are a real encouragement to me!

  496. Karen Miller says:

    Would love to win!

  497. I have been unglued as well! Mine was not at church but after, grumbling and complaining, the whole nine! And with my kids around to boot! Sheesh! Why can’t I get it right! I would love to read this new book by Lysa! I am also sharing this on Twitter! Can’t Facebook until next month as I am still in rest! Blessings!

  498. Thank you for your transparency!

  499. Karen Miller says:

    Shared on Facebook!

  500. So thankful that you are back! Thank you for being so real :) Please enter me into the contest!

  501. Loved this post and and all of the GMG’s Bible studies, and I would love any of the Unglued items!

  502. Hollie Hart says:

    Our women’s ministry is preparing do to this as a group study! I would love to win some freebies to help off-set the costs! :) Thank you!!

  503. I have been there more times than I’d like to count…………….

  504. Coming “unglued” is a term I use a little too regular lately. I think I could use this book please enter me in the drawing. I love getting the emails from you they are so inspiring.

  505. Jen Hasseld says:

    Oh, Courtney! I love how transparent you are with us readers! I would love to win the devotional. I read the book, LOVED it, but could probably use a refresher!

  506. What a great giveaway package. I would LOVE to win this. Thanks for the chance.

  507. Amber Meshberger says:

    I shared on Twitter

  508. This idea of coming unglued sounds so familiar. I know it has happened so many times in my life, and this post was both convicting and inspiring.

  509. My bible study group will be starting this study in two weeks. I would love the opportunity to win the devotional and the book. Thank you

  510. Darcie Schoenfeldt-White says:

    I come unglued more than I’d like to admit. What a blessing to know I’m not alone!

  511. I would love to win this giveaway! Thank you for sharing your heart!!!

  512. Amy Partin says:

    Thank you for ALWAYS having a encouraging word. Your website is definitely a blessing. May God bless you and your family!

  513. I love seeing your blog come in the email! welcome back! Great giveaway…my name is Tracy and I am unglued from time to time! :)

  514. I tweeted this post. :)

  515. We all come unglued at times – good for your friend for taking the initiative to make amends! :)

  516. Amber Meshberger says:

    I shared this great giveaway on Facebook

  517. I shared on Facebook.

  518. Tara Bakaj says:

    what a great gift!!! thanks for the chance to win!! good luck ladies!!

  519. I’m not sure how I found you. One day your emails started showing up in my inbox. It was a “God Thing”. Thank you so much for your inspiring words. God Bless!

  520. Shared on FB.

  521. Brenda feist says:

    Please enter me in the drawing. I pinned it, posted and tweet this awesome article.

  522. Courtney, this post brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for sharing such a personal story. I love the grace your friend extended you. May your friendship grow even stronger through this ordeal!

  523. Amy Partin says:

    Tried aharing it on FB but it wont let me! “OOPS,
    something went wrong”…. strange! :)

  524. Just posted to my Facebook and pinned

  525. Heather Bateman says:

    Would love to have this. I can come unglued over some things so easily-then later I feel so “UGHHH!” Been trying to watch it and breathe more to avoid the unglued moments.

  526. I am struggling with becoming unglued while doing school with my kids. I have reached my limit and am debating sending them to school for purely selfish reasons. (Sending them to school would not solve the heart issues involved here.) Thank you for this giveaway.

  527. Nice giveaway!

  528. Christy Underwood says:

    Hello, my name is Christy and I come unglued WAY to often! I have wanted to start this series for so long!

  529. What a humbling article you wrote. Who hasn’t come unglued at one time or another. The most important thing is to keep growing in the Word so we do not come unglued. But, the next most important thing is to make it right when we do come unglued. Blessings

  530. I pinned this giveaway.

  531. Dora Alvarez-Roa says:

    Wow- how inspirational! I’m a newcomer to your blog- but it has been such a blessing to me already! Please enter me in this drawing. I would LOVE to start a Women’s Bible Book Club using this book. Sometimes we as women get so busy that we forget to not only take time for ourselves, but we forget to take our time with God. Wonderful resources for women. Thank you!!

  532. I just finished this book 2 weeks ago and am looking forward to reading the 60 day devotional blogs! Love Women Living Well blog! Thank you so much for your words of encouragement!! Blessings!!

  533. I loved this post, Courtney. What a sensitive heart your friend has! And what a great testimony of grace and forgiveness. Thank you for sharing.

  534. I love hearing the stories of coming “unglued”. It is when we share these stories that we connect with our sisters in hope of that imperfect progress. Thanks for sharing.

  535. Cara McKinley says:

    Thanks for sharing

  536. I would love to win this… what are the chances for a girl in Canada?!?!? Guess we’ll see!!!
    I love when my favourite authors/bloggers encourage and endorse each other!!!

  537. Dana Thorp says:

    Thanks for your post! I am reading Lysa’s book Unglued right now, and…….seeing her next week at a conference in Roseville, CA, can’t wait! I love how she makes it all so real! The devotional would be a great companion! :)

  538. Oh Courtney. It happens to the best of us, for which we can be so thankful for God’s enduring grace…given to us through the ones who love us on earth.

    Hoping to teach this to a small group of women in my community!
    Thank you for sharing!

  539. Would love to win! It was encouraging to read that everyone makes mistakes and needs forgiveness. I

  540. cheryl stahlman says:

    How wonderful it would be to have this book! I can’t wait to see who gets it!

  541. Natalie E. says:

    Great post and thanks for the giveaway!

  542. Dear Courtney,

    Boy I had to fight back the tears on this one! Thanks for sharing a not so perfect moment with us. We are all on the same path towards grace, and I don’t know about you, but God’s grace has certainly gotten me through not so perfect moments.

    God Bless You Dear!

    In Christian Love,

  543. Thanks for sharing. If we are honest we have all been at that place at none time or another in our lives. I sure have; more than once! The most recent was with a friend of 14 yrs and recently with Gods help I just mended a 4 yr rift with a family member who I came unglued with. It crazy the effects it has on our lives and the ripple effect it causes in others. God bless the ministry you, Lysa, Renee and others have when your ministering to the heart and soul of women who strive to be Christ like.

  544. I have heard so many good things about Unglued. Thanks for your blog!

  545. I can totally relate to this! Love your blog and “Unglued”!!

  546. Christina says:

    I would love to win this!!!!

  547. Me and my dear friend are actually wanting to do a good book study. This would be great to win!

  548. Holly Fink says:

    Would love this devotional….for much needed DAILY incouraging!!!!!!!

  549. Emilee Brandl says:

    Love your blog and love UNGLUED! God’s really been teaching me about letting him be The Lord of my emotions and to keep his perspective on everything. Making thankfulness my sacrifice! :)

  550. Your blog has been a great find for me!

  551. Thanks for your post! I love your honesty and humor….makes me feel sane.

  552. Would love to have this… struggling with a similar situation. Thank you for sharing.

  553. Thank you for being so open about your life and your struggles. I think most of us struggle with what I call “mama bear syndrome” ha ha. Thanks for the opportunity to win this! This would be a wonderful blessing to me and other mom friends of mine.

  554. Thanks for the opportunity to win this fantastic giveaway!

  555. Very inspiring! I can be so hard to apologize, especially when you you are jsut sure you were right. Be there and done that. I would love to be entered in this giveaway. :-)

  556. Thanks for your brutal honesty. I loved the book and need to read it again….need the devotional to control with the Holy Spirit, my actions and attitudes! Thanks:)

  557. joan ilagan says:

    i am sorry to tell you how much i need this. i am unglued more often than i care to admit. i am also raising 4 daughters, and it is a scary thought to think of what i am teaching them about how to react to life’s ups and downs. thanks for giving this away. i know the Lord knows who needs it most. can’t wait to see who gets it!

  558. There are days that all I feel is “unglued”. I am so thankful for grace! Thank you for the opportunity Courtney!

  559. Meghan Anderson says:

    I downloaded the first two chapters of Unglued for free the other day – I think it was written just for me! I’d love to win the giveaway.

  560. I love your blog, Courtney and I appreciate your honesty. Glad to have you back!

  561. You and your blog have been such an encouragement to me. I am a stay at home mother of an 8month old boy and a 3 year old boy. By God’s grace and your words of encouragement, i have been able to step into my role as a stay at home mom with more boldness. :) Because of the season i am in with 2 youngens, i am not always able to have the quiet time i would like…the scriptures that you post on facebook along with the blogs have been so helpful and just enough to help me through my day. Thank you! A few of my girlfriends have read the unglued book and loved it! I have been wanting to read it as well!! So thanks for the giveaway and for all that you do! From one unglued mom to another. haha!

  562. Christy Pierce says:

    What a great giveaway! I would love to win this one!

  563. I shared on Pinterest :)

  564. Would love to enter this giveaway :)

    My kids to a similar thing and now I’m dying to know what your services projects were and why they didn’t qualify! Glad you worked it out and thanks for sharing…

  565. God is so AWESOME!!! Proverbs 31 & Women Living Well has been a tool God used to prepared me for a huge storm in the last few months in my marriage. It’s amazing how God is not only there for you daily, but he protects you and prepares you for future events. Allowing us to build more of a testimony to Glofiy HIM. So UNGLUED is a understatment of my life lately. :)
    THANK YOU for following God’s directions, being real, and an example of a true Titus Woman. May your day be filled with many blessing and prayers to all on this blog.

  566. I also shared on Facebook :)

  567. Thank you so much for your honesty. It has really touched my heart. I had a similiar situation with my daughters music teacher at Christian School. So thank you for being filled with the Spirit and sharing with us so we can walk out of condemnation and walk in grace.
    M. Waters

  568. I would love to win this book and set. Totally need the help. Thanks!!!

  569. Meghan Anderson says:

    Pinned it on Pinterest

  570. A tweet also was sent out from me ;) (((hugs)))

  571. Hi Courtney! Thanks for sharing your story. So many times we fail miserably and hate to admit it to others. I have a tendency to run my mouth without thinking of the consequences or what they may cause others. I must must must read this book…and I feel that so many others are in the same shoes as we all are at times. I pinned it and facebooked it to share with all my friends. I think this may also be a great devotional to do with the my life group. After all, us sisters in christ need to stick together and help each other out! I want to thank you to for your blog! You have really inspired me to keep moving forward even when there are mountains on top of you!

  572. Meghan Anderson says:

    Shared on Facebook

  573. Paula Hubbell says:

    Thank you so much for your blog! I pray daily in thanksgiving for finding this. It has made me really focusing on making the necessary changes in my marriage and family life. A true blessing. I would love to be entered into your giveaway. God Bless and thank you for your service.

  574. I suffer terribly from “foot in mouth” syndrome. I pray asking for the words…I repeat in my mind over and over what I wish to say…AND THEN…nothing like I thought I would say. Emotions boil…I am awful about avoiding confrontation so back down…then in my mind really unravel. I SO could use this giveaway!! Thank you .. And God Bless

  575. Please enter me for your drawing! I so need to clamp my mouth shut more often!! Thanks!

  576. This is what we need more of in our sisterhood of believers, focus on using our words to encourage and uplift instead of break down. I have to admit, I struggle with it and have recently noticed my pre-teen daughter beginning to struggle with it, as well. I look forward to going through this study with her. I hope more and more Christians transform into encouragers who are not speaking through fleeting emotional flare-up, but with wisdom and love.

  577. Would love to win! Thank you for considering me.

  578. Have read and loved the book. Have been feeling a pull to organize a study…would love to win this giveaway ♥

  579. With 7 kids sometimes it is hard to NOT come unglued, but to have tools to use when those moments hit would be a blessing. And to be able to share them with my children would be awesome also.
    On a personal note, I have been following you for about a year and I absolutely love you. Your insight mixed with humor is a blessing. Thank you for all you do.

  580. I would love to be entered into the drawing. Thanks for such an amazing website :)

  581. I would love to win this. Such an encouraging give away.

  582. Crystal Lipsmeyer small says:

    I’d love to win this book and Read it!!

  583. Cheryl Powell says:

    I have a 15 year old son who has his driver’s permit and will be getting his driver’s license in August. I am constantly finding myself coming “unglued” as I deal with all the emotions attached to my son growing up. I am at a phase in my life where I need help with learning how to deal with my emotions in a positive way rather than coming “unglued” at the most inopportune times. I would love to receive this giveaway as I am sure it will give me the encouragement and tools I need to aid me in handling my emotions in a productive way for all who are in the line of fire. :o)

  584. Thanks for being so honest. please enter me in drawing.

  585. Wow! What can I say other than I am sitting in Burger King with tears in my eyes! I have so totally been on both sides of that one! Would love to have this!

  586. Charlotte says:

    I would be grateful for a chance to read this book and the devotional too.

  587. Stephanie Ostrowski says:

    Today is my birthday and what an awesome birthday gift this would be. I love your blog and look forward to receiving it in my e-mail inbox.

    I shared on Facebook and twitter.

  588. Crystal Lipsmeyer small says:

    Shared on fb

  589. I am not alone, and there is hope for me yet! Lysa Terkeurst books sounds like a wonderful resource. I posted this to Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.

  590. Christel Wieczorek says:

    You are such a blessing. Thanks for all you do to encourage others.

  591. Charlotte says:

    Shared on facebook

  592. I am loving your blog and would love to win the Unglued basket

  593. Thank you for sharing. I have a passion for justice, which can lead me into situations very similar to yous. I was cut to the heart as I read about your interaction. I realized that my passion, which I believe is God given,can be used in a much more godly fashion. I most certainly have been there, done that. Thankful for His grace and patience! Obviously, I’m sure I could benefit from the package. Praying God sends it to just the right person!

  594. Audrey Allen says:

    I feel blessed to have found you and your blog! Thank you!

  595. Annette DiSanto says:

    Yes, I cried! I need this book and journal. Win it or not, it’s a must. I seem to come unglued too often.

  596. Christina A. says:

    What a wonderful giveaway. I would LOVE to win this. I feel like I come unglued every day. I love your post as well. Such truth and transparency in your words. Thank you for being real with all of us.

  597. Katherine Freeman says:

    I think I need to read this book. :)

  598. This is a book I have been meaning to read. I tend to let my emotions get the better of me quite often.
    I agree, we need to change our thoughts, and it will be easier for our words to be godly. “Let the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be pleasing to you, oh Lord, My rock and my redeemer.” Amen!

  599. Katherine Freeman says:

    I pinned this!

  600. Charlotte says:

    I love and enjoy every day`s encouragement!
    pinned this

  601. April Haynes says:

    Love your blog. Thank you for sharing your life with other ladies.

  602. Loni Garrison says:

    To win such a gift would be priceless in my life. Your story brought tears to my eyes and made me reminded me of the times I’ve come “Unglued” over little things and need to change my ways. It’s a struggle and journey that we all our going through no matter where we are in our faith. Thank you so much for your ministry and I’m praying for you and your ministry.

  603. I would love to win this giveaway! I have been following your blog for some time and am enjoying being a part of your walk with Christ. Thank you for sharing your life with your Sisters in Christ.

  604. Grace Sims says:

    Thank you for offering this giveaway. I look forward to your blogs daily.

  605. I read Unglued and I felt Lysa was looking over my shoulder and writing everything down. I am a little better after reading this book. I still have my ugly days as I call them. But I know I need to ask God to forgive me and show me a better way. You hang in Courtney, you keep reaching for God each and every day. We’re all human and we all make mistakes this side of heaven. God sees your heart. Take a deep breath and see where God wants you to go from here.

  606. Stephanie says:

    I thank you for your honesty & humility to your blog readers. I realize that being in any leadership position can bring oposition, but I pray that the Lord give you the strength to do all he has called you to do! Continue Courtney, we are listening & learning!

  607. Kimberly S. says:

    I want to thank you for making everyday a little brighter! You and your blog are a blessing!
    Keep up his good works!! :*)

  608. Lisa Sharp says:

    Thank you for your honesty – it is so great to know I am not the only one who comes unglued. Being a homeschooler, people are always telling me that they could never homeschool because they don’t have the patience for it. I’m always telling them that I never saw that one on the list of requirements. I am thankful to have forgiving children. Thank you for your blog and for showing us it’s ok to be real.

  609. I absolutely love your blog. Thank you for returning this year! You have been a real encouragement! Can’t wait to read this book. It sounds like it’s right up my alley…

  610. Thank you for being real!! We all have struggles and come unglued but praise God for His mercy and grace! I love getting your e-mails! Thank you!!

  611. Posted on Facebook… :0)

  612. Melissa D. says:

    Thanks for sharing. We all have times of coming unglued, don’t we? :) Would love to win something like this :)

  613. My small group is currently reading Lysa’s book Unglued and we all love it. That’s really saying something because usually, whatever bible study we do, at least one person in the group doesn’t like it.

  614. I tell you this hits home with me!!!!! I am an emotional gal….who gets hurt easily. I have found myself coming unglued more times then I would like to count. Letting my emotions get the best of me and not handling difficult situations with the grace of God. Would love to read this book and go through the devotional. I love when the Lord uses other believers to show us that we are not alone in our short comings. And there is grace!!!! AMEN!!

  615. I would love to be entered into the drawing for this giveaway! Thank-you so much for offering it!

    Keep on writing, Courtney. The world is a better place because of the light you are not afraid to shine in your corner! You are an encouragement to many!

  616. Courtney,
    Thank you so much for blogging! You have been such an encouragement to me over the past year. Would love to win this giveaway! I am always looking for a good read and this seems right up my alley. I am guilty of becoming “unglued” many times and allowing my emotions to take over. Much love!

  617. Sheryl Bradley says:

    Just came across your blog today after a friend shared it on facebook. Thanks for your humility & honesty. We all have those moments and it’s so refreshing to read about your experience & how you experienced not only God’s grace & mercy, but also your friend’s grace & mercy. Wishing you many blessings in your ministry!

  618. Thanks so much for sharing these resources! I have been thinking about getting Lysa’s book for quite a while. Thanks also for sharing in such an encouraging way. Love your blog !!

  619. Thank you for sharing that.

  620. I shared this on twitter. Hope I can win, this looks to good!!!

  621. Wow…did I need to hear this today….you have encouraged me to overcome an issue I just had this morning. Thank you.

  622. This would be a fabulous read!!

  623. I just shared this post on Facebook. :)

  624. Tracey N. says:

    Thanks for the encouragement that you provide. :)

  625. I posted this to my facebook page.

  626. Kimberly Stanley says:

    New subscriber to this blog and I have enjoyed everything I’ve read so far. Unglued is on my wishlist and can’t wait to read it!!

  627. Nancy Termer says:

    thanks for your encouraging blog…I find myself coming “unglued” more times than I would want which is never is my goal! I am working hard with God to change my Thoughts, then in response will change my Emotions and my actions. God’s Grace is Amazing and I’m so Glad we have it.

  628. I come unglued whenever something is out of my control. Would love this package!

  629. laura ritsche says:

    This book looks great enter me in the drawing! God bless

  630. I would LOVE to be entered in the give away. I do not have a facebook or twitter account .

  631. Would love to win this great set of resources!!

  632. Audria Torian says:

    I would love to read this book. It seems that I come unglued every Sunday morning before church trying to get the four kids ready! I finally recognized what was happening and prayed for change in my attitude and for rest so that I would not send my kids into church pained by some thoughtless word I had just said! Thank God for women who listen to his leading and write what is needed!!

  633. Rachael H says:

    Please! I have heard so much about this book. I would be thrilled to win the set!

  634. I’ve been wanting to read this book, would love to win a copy!

  635. Mary Lou Kleveland says:

    Thanks for your transparency in sharing this story. I could totally relate. I would love to learn more about my emotions in Lysa’s Unglued resources. It is an area I know I need to work on.

  636. Tonya Walker says:

    I have been hearing many great things about Unglued! I would love to win the giveaway and begin reading it and learning from it. Thank you for the post and for always sharing your stories that touch out hearts! God Bless!!

  637. Carissa Huffman says:

    I have been living a bit unglued for awhile. I desperately want to add to my family, and time is slipping away–I am 44 years old, and my nearly 4 year old has even been praying every night for a baby sister. I have been doing everything I can–I do not have a huge pile of money to do intensive fertility treatments–and I had a miscarriage last year to show for it.

    I know God hears my prayers, but this has been so discouraging. To top it all off, my sister in law–whose family went through the motions to get my brother and their son baptized in a Catholic church, but never go to church and have no relationship with Jesus–is having a baby, despite all her health issues and her very weak cervix. I gotta be honest–this really feels like a dagger that pierces my heart. It seems so unfair.

    I am more than willing to adopt a baby–but, again, I don’t have a huge pile of money, so I am unable to even start the process of looking into adoption or even fostering (which I do not think we are emotionally able to do). The price I’ve found for the home study (required by every state to adopt or foster) by a social worker locally is $2000–and they have to come in my home, which is a terrifying prospect for someone who is as disorganized and has the terrible housekeeping habits I do. Adoptions cost between $4000-$25,000 depending on the circumstances. I MIGHT be able to find $4000 in a whole year’s time, but most adoptions cost much more.

    So, I have been a LOT unglued. I am trying to keep my faith up, but it is difficult. I want to see my little boy’s prayers answered in a miraculous way. If any of my sisters want to pray for us–I know I need it.

    Thanks so much, Courtney, for being so honest about yourself. At least I am not the only unglued girl running around!

    Carissa in eastern Iowa

  638. Could use some “glue”

  639. I am so thankful I took the time to read this. I had a seriously unglued day yesterday. Thankful God’s mercies are new today and ready to start again and see what God has in store for me and my family today. Thank you for sharing, your words were what I needed to hear.

  640. Kim Campbell says:

    Wow, your post really made me think about some of my actions. Please enter me in the drawing! Thank you!

  641. Love your honesty!

  642. Oh man I would love to win this prize pack!!!!

  643. Thank you for sharing your “unglued” story about the sticker – we’ve all had a moment I’m sure but thank God ~ HE is a God of grace and mercy!

  644. I shared this giveaway on Facebook and Pinterest! Hope I win!

  645. Rosemarie says:

    Thank You for being REAL and sharing your unglued moment with us all. We all have unglued moments at times yet the one thing I try to remember is WHO I AM IN CHRIST and as I rise in the morning not to forget HOW I SHOULD REFLECT MYSELF through the day. I AM A CHILD OF THE KING. God Bless!!

  646. It is so hard to apologize, especially when one gets heated in the moment and feels like it’s not their fault. I am learning to let go of my pride and apologize to make things right, even when it wasn’t just me in the wrong. Thank you for your honesty and story.

    I would love to read Unglued. It is something I could definitely benefit from.

  647. Thanks for your honesty; sadly, we all have these stories. I’d love to win.

  648. Michelle D. says:

    Thank you for your transparency. I pray for superglue many times.

  649. Posted on my FB timeline Patty Reyes Hughart
    Blessings to you!

  650. Amy Heirbrandt says:

    With triplet boys who just recently turned 5, I have plenty of opportunity to come unglued. Love your honesty because church is one of those places where the enemy loves us to come unglued. Just getting our families through the door without killing each other (lol) is a major accomplishment.

  651. I would love to add the devotional to my collection. and gift the book to a friend

  652. I giggled while I read the title “Unglued” thinking I’m gett’in “unglued” all the time ( : If I don’t win I’ll be purchasing this book.

    Always appreciate you!

  653. Sonja Bailey says:

    Lysa was the first of the AMAZING women I learned about ~ each of you have a special talent, ability and a Gift from God
    yes I would love to study in Unglued and have the Devotional, tho I am older I still have trials and a past I am trying to put away but most of all simply life my life in a better way with Gog and to Glorify HIM

    wow I rarely win but sure worth a try or two or three

  654. As a youth minister’s wife, I am ashamed to admit I can relate to your story in more situations than I can count. Please God for reconciliation and mercy! I would love to dig into this devotional with a delicious cup to coffee!!!

  655. Ashley Duran says:

    Thanks for being transparent! I am learning to humble myself before The Lord and cast my cares upon Him because He cares! He will fight those battles for us.. We just have to pray and ask. My son is in a cast and he’s 2. I thought for sure he’d get his cast off yesterday, even the nurse said so! So when doc came in and said two more weeks.. I was disappointed! I have a 6 year old, 4 year old, the two year old and 8 month old and my hubby is in Korea for a year with military! I definitely can have unglued moments but as I’m learning to trust God, it’s becoming easier to cast my cares on Him! I humbled myself to the doctor: smiled and said, yay, Ben! Just two more weeks!

  656. Courtney, I have been reading your blog for about a year now and I can’t tell you how much it has helped me. I feel God calling me upward to be a better wife and Mom to my kids, and your blog has been a big part of His work with me! Its hard when you can’t always “make things right” with someone, and its especially hard when that other person is your Mom. I’ve been hearing over the past 2 years how I haven’t been “honoring her” as the Bible instructs. Last summer, I went to her and apologized for hurting her and asked her to please explain what I did, because I don’t understand what I did wrong, and I can’t change something that I can’t see. She told me that she didn’t want to talk about it, that she just wants to move forward. I know that since we cannot truly reconcile, that we can only move in a different direction. Its awkward when we see each other. Thats when I read “Unglued”, and I have learned that I need to repsond the right way, even when the other person doesn’t.

  657. I would LOVE to have the unglued devotional after doing the study I think it would be a great addition.

  658. Thank you for being honest and sharing your unglued moment. I like how Lysa puts it, these moments are just God’s way of bringing things to our attention that we did not know were there. Sometimes it takes happening at church or around friends for us to realize it. Oh how I have shared in those moments too many times! So thankful for His grace and the power of forgiveness!

  659. Marsha Householder says:

    This aging grandma is shamefully unglued because of errors in judgment and seeds sown in ignorance. This would be so helpful in my fight to be set free. Thanks so much for this blog. I so appreciate your honesty.

  660. Laci Steed says:

    Thanks for sharing honestly! This book sounds awesome, I’d love to win!

  661. I am thankful for your transparency today! Thank you for sharing from your heart and blessing your readers. I’m excited for this giveaway too. =)

  662. Oh goodness sometimes it is so hard get a grip. I really need this book right now, I feel like my seems are on the verge of busting open in so many different relationships, and I can’t put my finger on why. It’s hard to keep my emotions in check most days. Calgon take me away!

  663. Not coming unglued can be a real struggle. Kudos to you for your transparency and honesty!

  664. Love your blog!! I am so glad you are back. Thanks for being so real!!! I need that!!! :)

  665. Thanks for your honesty!

  666. I have the unglued key tags…they are really neat! Please enter me in the drawing. Lots of neat things on your blog…thank you for sharing with us!

  667. I would like to be entered in the giveaway please. Sounds like a great read!

  668. I pinned it, tweeted it and shared on Facebook! I am so excited about this giveaway, praying I win. I am going to be listening to her free webcast coming up with Sheila Walsh. I really need this right now. My family is going through a really difficult time and I am getting my hands on things to help myself and my family through this. Thank you Courtney!

  669. Hollie S. says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win this prize package!

  670. I would love to win. Thanks for the giveaway! I have way to many unglued moments :)

  671. So grateful for this blog today. Just what I needed to hear. Glad you are back.

  672. Laci Steed says:

    Also posted on fb. :)

  673. I shared this on facebook as well:)

  674. Jennifer E. says:

    I am a brand new reader, and would love to win the giveaway!! I also pinned it for an extra chance at winning!

  675. My, how we have ALL come “unglued” over silly things…Thank you so much for sharing! LOVE your blog!

  676. Thank you for being so real and sharing your experience with everyone! We ALL need to offer forgiveness and grace as much as we need to receive it. Be Blessed!

  677. Loved what you shared and would love to read this book and devotional:-)

  678. Isn’t Satan so good at tripping us up causing us to let the littlest things unglue us!?? It just really makes me mad…… thank you for sharing your heart Courtney – you always inspire me!!

  679. Grateful for your honestly. Love Lysa’s writings. Read her Made to Crave last year and was greatly inspired.

  680. Elizabeth H says:

    I shared this post on Facebook!!!

  681. Thank you for your story.This is a wonderful giveaway!
    monk5 at charter dot net

  682. Jessica Tish says:

    I would absolutely be blessed to win this! I have been wanting to read this book for awhile now and also have been feeling like I should maybe start this as a bible study with some friends! This would definitely get me started on that!

  683. I’d love to win:)

  684. I love reading your blog…thanks for sharing and being real. :)

  685. Kristin L says:

    What a great reminder for humility. I’m guilty. Thanks for this blog. Hope to read the book, winning it would be even better. Thanks for “serving” us, your readers. I’d give you a sticker.

  686. This is a book that I have been wanting to read for awhile. I definitely need it!

  687. I would so love to have a copy of this devotional!! I’m the most emotional person sometimes Nd can definitely relate to coming unglued sometimes! Thank you, Courtney for being so honest about your struggles. It is so encouraging!!

  688. So ironic about coming unglued at church. That was my experience this past Sunday. In fact, I blogged about it here: http://aheartofone.blogspot.com/. I’m trying to overcome child sexual abuse/incest that happened from about the age of 1 to 11 by my father. I remembered through therapy in October. My therapist abandoned me just 8 weeks after my abuse came to light. I know my God is faithful, no matter what. I would love to get the book, thank you!

  689. I would love these unglued items. This is something I am learning to deal with and seems like a devotional that would really help.

  690. Cindy Kieso says:

    What an awesome giveaway! I think we all, unfortunately, have those unglued moments. Thanks for being so honest!

  691. Anne rightler says:

    Unglued. How many times has that happened in my life thank you for sharing your experience. It’s always encouraging to know we are not alone in our responses to life challenges.

  692. Karen Braaten says:

    I read this and realized I am already ‘coming unglued’ and worrying about my sister making a scene at my son’s upcoming wedding. I am stopping that conversation in my head now and thanking God for putting these words in front of me to read this morning. Timing …. oh, yes, perfect timing. God’s timing. Evan and Rachel’s wedding will be perfect – I have nothing to worry about. Thank you.

  693. Anne rightler says:

    I sent the link in an email

  694. Anne rightler says:

    I posted the contest link on Facebook

  695. A coworker and I just finished the Unglued Bible Study — the devotional would be a great follow-up to it!

  696. Would Love to win this ! Of course, I completely come unglued at times. Thanks for your blog!

  697. This would be a great thing to win! Reading your post has made me want to read this book even more than I already did!


  698. I pinned the Giveaway on Pinterest and posted on Facebook. EVERYONE can benefit from the “Unglued” wisdom!

  699. jill jennings says:

    What a perfect word for me today. I had my own “unglued” moment this morning in the kitchen with my husband. As I drove the kids to school, the Holy Spirit kept prompting me and I soon called my husband to apologize….so hard to swallow my pride!!! We had a sweet conversation and then I logged on to read this blog. God is so gracious and kind to not only show my my need for Him, but also to point out that I am not alone. We are all in this mess together and He can shine through our brokenness. Thank you so much for your authenticity!!

  700. I’d love to win and get to read and apply Unglued to my daily walk; great giveaway!

  701. I’d love to win! Thanks for sharing!

  702. I too am very thankful for God’s grace in the gaps of friendships where we have become unglued. Thanks for sharing an unglued moment:)

  703. I love the unglued book! I’m almost finished reading it! I keep telling my friends and family about it. I would love to win this and give it to someone!!

  704. Thank you for being so transparent! It is real women like you that are honest enough to share what their lives are really like that are a true inspiration to all of God’s people.

  705. I would love to win a copy of this book! It sounds exactly like something I need!

    • Susan Glardon says:

      I needed to hear this message, Thank You! I shared this on twitter, and facebook. God Bless you for all the work you do to inspire people. You have helped me to know Christ better through your blogs, websites, youtube videos, etc. I feel blessed, I am a Christian but as time goes on sometimes we get stuck in a rut and don’t make the time for building an intimate relationship with God. IT takes alot of time and effort and I know I slack at times. I also, know when I make the time to pray daily, read the word and apply it to my life it changes my outlook on life and my day it makes it brighter. It also, helps those whom I come in contact with because I am a more pleasant person to be around.

  706. Unglued, the story of my life right now!! Army wife, mom, small business owner, Kids worship leader: I have so many opportunities to come unglued! I would love to win this because I so desperately need to get a handle on it. I shared you on FB and I tweeted it!! Have a blessed day!!

  707. i so want to learn how to deal with my “ungluding times”

  708. Hi. Just subscribed to your blog a couple days back. Really looking forward to being inspired by your blog. Too many times I have become “Unglued”! As it stands I became unglued on Monday with my husband and wouldn’t you know it, God led me to your website! LOL He truly has a sense of humor. There is so much to catch up on and I am looking forward to it.
    This Proverbs 31 Woman is quite unfamiliar to me. I am so unfamiliar with my femininity and who I am supposed to be according to God and who I think I should be! So confused !!!! Don’t want to give up, but sometimes…..

  709. Thanks for sharing! I would love to win! :)


  710. I have never left a comment before so I wanted to let you know how much of an encouragement you are to me. How real, open and honest you are about your struggles God uses so very much in my own life and I know in many others as well. I hope to continue leaving comments and getting to know you more personally. Thank you so much! Please enter me into the giveaway and I did post your email on Facebook to let others know :). Hope you have a blessed day!

    Tiffany Martin

  711. Debbie Minter says:

    Thanks for a wonderful giveaway offer!

  712. Loved reading this post. So glad you attacked the spirit of religion head on….both with addressing the rules of what exactly qualifies as “service” for your kids and you and your friend forgiving one another. That religious spirit is very active in our churches but, you confronted it! When confronted with religion I come unglued at times too. I can alway do a better job of keeping my emotions in check!

  713. Thank God for His grace on us. Thanks for sharing.

  714. Melissa Kiser says:

    I would love it win this!

  715. Awesome post, we have all been there. Thanks for your transparency. Your words are encouraging.

  716. Would love to read this book! I tend to come unglued at the worse possible times! Thanks so much for your transparancy, Courtney. I enjoy your blog so much! I’ll share this on FB!

  717. Stephanie says:

    Beautifully written! I have felt very unglued over the past year. I have seen this book many times, but haven’t had the opportunity to pick it up, so please enter me in the drawing!!

  718. Thanks for your transparency in sharing your unglued moments. I think most of us think we are the only ones who have those. But when we are real…it encourages others and makes us feel less alone at the same time. Thanks again…and hoping to win!!

  719. I loved the book. It has helped me make imperfect progress. I would love to read the new study.

  720. Thanks for sharing your testimony about coming unglued.

  721. My favorite quote from the book is “feelings are indicators, not dictators”. I can’t wait to get my hands on the devotional!

  722. I have had many moments where I’ve come unglued! I knew that this book was for me when I first got the email from Proverbs 31 Ministries when it was being released to order ahead of time. I have been unable to get one though so far. Now that I am pregnant with baby number 4 I have had more unglued moments at home and work than I’d care to admit. Whether I am drawn for this give away or not I am totally getting these books. I love getting your emails! :)

  723. Melissa Kiser says:

    Shared on Pinterest and Facebook

  724. Loved this story! I am ashamed to think of how often I come “unglued”! Thankful for Jesus who “glues” us back together!

  725. If I don’t win this giveaway, I will be going to Mardel and buying it today! And Courtney, I am the queen of “if only I could turn back time and keep my mouth shut”! I pray everyday for the mind of Christ so that I will have the “mouth” of Christ!! :)

  726. Brittany N. says:

    Boy do I do this! ha! unglued, that’s my middle name…it’s something I struggle with, and I know others do too. I always say “Oh, i have my dads attitude…” and I know that’s just an excuse…I apologize alot!

  727. Shared with my GMG group!

  728. Love the quote by Lysa.

  729. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win this package – in need of a new devotion book :)

  730. Phyllis R. says:

    Thank God for grace when we become “Unglued”!!

  731. Shared on facebook!

  732. Jess Miller says:

    Sounds like an amazing devotional. I would love to win! Thank you Courtney!

  733. I’m so happy you’re back and sharing once again! I’m looking forward to checking out Lysa’s book and devotional “Unglued”. I’m a very high spirited person and have a tendency to come “unglued” easily. I loved where you’re describing God’s amazing Grace. washing over you in that very moment of communion and forgiveness…a perfect reminder…especially in those moments of “ungluedness”! :)
    Blessings on your day!

  734. I am in need of this book! Just waiting for paycheck day to buy it from amazon…so I’m really excited to see that there is a drawing for it!!

  735. I just got done reading this post, Amazing…Really touched home for me…I realized that this has been me too. I have come Unglued for small or ridiculous reasons. I would love to win this giveaway.. Thank U for always giving all your hearts.

  736. God has really been dealing with me about coming unglued… on my kids and my husband… They don’t deserve it and I have had to come to all of them and apologize (even though my kids are under 6yrs old, they need to know that it is wrong). Thank you for the chance to win this!

  737. Kasey Oakley says:

    I am planning to read this book and devotional, and it would make it even more awesome if it was a freebie win:) I look forward to reading both either way!

  738. Kelly Ferguson says:

    I would love to win this devotional set! Thanks for posting!

  739. Hi, new to your page and would love to win the giveaway.

  740. I can think of SO many occasions where my actions would qualify for this term – “unglued”!! The best and only option, is exactly what you did – “fall on the sword”, so to speak, humble yourself and apologize…..as a result, I end up doing a lot of apologizing!!

    Courtney, thanks for the opportunity to win the awesome gift!!!

  741. Melissa Barnes says:

    I have this book on my nook and would love to have it in print! I have to write in it and mark it up! Would love to win this!

  742. great giveaway!

  743. Candi Mace says:

    WE ALL HAVE OUR UNGLUED MOMENTS. I tend to have a few extra each day/night. My hubby lost his job at 17 years with the same company in November. He has since found another job but is working 16 days away from home. (6 1/2 hours drive time away from me and our son.) We have a 7 year old son, I work full time as a librarian and now it seems every 16 days, I’m a single parent. We hardly get to talk to my hubby and our son has melt down moments when he is really tired and wants to Skype with daddy and can’t. I am myself personally learning how to as a mom, to try not to have those “unglued” mornings where it just ruins the whole day. This book and gift pack and bible study would really help me. Love Lysa Terkerst, I saw her at the Women of Faith Conference a few years back, then I saw her a Feminar about 2 years ago. Awesome and definately a true mom and a person I look up to live like. I pray one day I can be as strong as she shows her faith in adopting children and being momma. All us momma’s need a little break and sometimes we need an “unglued” moment, I’m just trying to learn how to do mine in private and get it over with. Much love and many prayers to you all, Candi (Texas)

  744. Thank you for sharing this story! We all become unglued about such important-in-the-moment-but-silly things. I am so looking forward to reading Lysa’s new book and devotional! Thanks for the opportunity to win one :)

  745. Danielle C says:

    My ladies small group at church went through Unglued together the month it came out. Such a phenomenal book!! We were also blessed to be able to attend a conference and hear Lysa speak live. She has such a powerful ministry to women, as do you Courtney! You’ve also been a blessing to our group! I’ve been looking forward to getting the new devotional! Thank you for the opportunity to win!!

  746. Hi Courtney…I just shared your awesome link on FB.

    Blessings on your day!

  747. You always have the best giveaways. Thank you! :)

  748. Hope Anderson says:

    A close friend has this book and said it is awesome. I have been starting a collection of books in the category and becoming a more Godly mother and wife and it would be so exciting to have this book to add to that collection. Thank you Courtney for the blessing you are to so many women.

  749. Jane Curtis says:

    Thanks for sharing. How many times have I become unglued over something so trivial! Would love to read this book!

  750. Oh, Courtney, I am there with you. Thank you for this post, it’s amazing how God uses us to encourage others asking for His wisdom & encouragement as we struggle with life. Thank you, you are my blessing today! Oh & would love to have the book :)

  751. Lynnette Lynch says:

    It is always a comfort to find out that we are all human, having human moments, but it is even nicer to know there are others out there that are like me striving to be better, and go beyond our humanness…I am not alone :)


  752. Her book sounds like just what I should be reading in my continuing journey towards being who God made me to be.
    I love your honesty and humility that pours out into your writing. So glad I found women living well.!

  753. I would love to win this book!! Lysa is such an inspiration, and I know here book will be too! Hoping I win!!! :)

  754. We are homeschooling for the first time this year. To say the least, there are lots of “unglued” moments going on around here. I would love to read this and apply it to my days. Here’s hoping I win! *wink

  755. I so need to read this devotional! Since I found your website I have been reading a lot more. I finished my 1st Sally book 2 weeks ago and am now reading Desperate. What a joy this book has been to me :) With 2 small children I finally feel like I am not a failure for not always having it together.

  756. What a great reminder of how much we need grace! And how we need to walk in it daily – it is such a constant, constant work to try to not be “of this world.” Thank you for your honesty and for the giveaway. It looks like a fabulous book!

  757. I have been Unglued more than I would like to remember! I would love to read the book! Excited about the contest. Thank you!

  758. I would love to have this devotional and Bible study!! I have a group of girls that love, love, love Lisa and her words of wisdom from God’s Word.

  759. Dawn Holloman says:

    I was encouraged by your words today. I’ve worked at a Christian school for 15 years and I’ve come unglued a time or two myself. I’m so glad our forgiving Lord has given us a way to make things right when we do wrong. Keep your eyes on Christ!!

  760. Tessa Smith says:

    Thank you so much for your transparency! I can totally relate to some of those embarrassing unglued moments, unfortunately!

  761. Thank you so much for the chance to win this. This would be such a blessing in my life right now! : )

  762. you ladies are such an inspiration….thanks for the ‘giveaway’, too :)

  763. Does it only count if we’ve become unglued at church? I can’t remember ever doing that at church, but I sure have done it at home. I admit that I am neither a wife or a mother, but I’m a sister and a daughter and I’ve become unglued at the ones I love the most before :(

  764. Wow! I would love to read these. A devotional is a great idea as a companion to the book.

  765. Thanks for sharing your Unglued story. I would love to win this!

  766. We are thinking of doing “Unglued” for our ladies bible study. This would be a wonderful package to have!

  767. I shared on Facebook!!!

  768. without a doubt, i could so use this!

  769. I found your blog on Pinterest. I love your honesty and openess. It’s very encouraging.

  770. That book is on my wish list, looks so good!
    Thank you for being transparent and sharing your unglued moment!

  771. just pinned it!

  772. Thanks for your love towards all of us readers!! I would love a chance to win this giveaway!

  773. I look forward to your daily post and I would LOVE a copy of your book!

  774. Thank you for sharing the “uglies” of life. Praise The Lord for grace & mercy. Would be fun to win this giveaway.

  775. Pinned it!!

  776. Wow! Your testimony really resonated with me. I am struggling with pride and time and finding God’s will for me and my family. I fight with the feeling of entitlement that says,”I’m super busy and stressed so others need to make allowances for me.” Trying to acknowledge the problem and fix it without beating myself to a pulp. Well, I guess I can’t fix it…but I am willing to see God transform me by His power. I am anxious/hopeful to see what the “me” would look like without all the messed up pride.
    Thank you for sharing.

  777. I would love to win this giveaway. I also LOVE your honesty!!

  778. Tara Warner says:

    Transparency is so effective! (Posted on facebook too)

  779. Michelle Liles says:

    I would love the Unglued Devotional: 60 Days of Imperfect Progress. I have always wanted to read her book Unglued: Making Wise Choices in the Midst of Raw Emotions.
    I Pinned it and posted it to FB.

  780. Thank you for your open honesty. All of us need to be open to the leading of the Lord for full comfessions of sine repentance so that we can be totally forgiven and freed. Your dear friend showed great humility and being open to the leading of the Holy Spirit is seeking you out and making things right.

  781. posted to facebook!

  782. Would love to win the Unglued pack. I,too, have come Unglued at times I should not have. It’s human nature.

  783. Would love to win a copy! Shared on FB too. Thank you!! :)

  784. I love the blog, have considered buying extra glue for these “unglued” moments.lol Need this book. Just posted on Face Book and pinned it too!

  785. Terri Harris says:

    I love your honesty! I’ve posted to Facebook and twitter!

  786. I would love to win a copy!

  787. shared on Pinterest

  788. I repined on Pinterest!

  789. Ronica case says:

    Thanks f

  790. Just what I needed to hear today. Thank you for sharing from the heart.

  791. shared on Facebook

  792. Oh, dear, I needed to read this today. I have been struggling through the flu, while taking care of my nearly adult daughter, who has a stomach virus, and now my hubby has decided he has a head cold and needs to be home on bedrest as well. Guess who has to fix meals still, keep up with the constantly growing pile of dirty laundry, fetch tissues, drinks, crackers, meds, etc…? Oh, AND keep up with the 4 younger children in the house, and sterilizing everything several times a day so they don’t catch this as well! Not the first time in my journey as a mother, and surely, not the last, but this time, it is on my very last nerve. I have become unglued many times over the past week, and not only with my family.
    I would love to win this giveaway! I can use all the help I can get when it comes to restoring and preserving my relationships with God, my family, and my friends. Thank you!

  793. Would LOVE this!!! What a great giveaway!

  794. Nicole Patteson says:

    Awesome giveaway!

  795. Jo Ann Chastain says:

    You encouraged me so much with your story. I needed to hear it, everyone needs to hear it. I can’t wait to read the book and the devotional. Even as Christians we need guides and steps to go by. I hope to win this prize, it is awesome!!

  796. Well, these are always a long shot, but I would really like to win the giveaway.

  797. I am a new recent follower of your blog. I am truly enjoying your posts!

  798. Ronica case says:

    Thanks for sharing! I would love any help I can get on not allowing my emotions to contol me.

  799. With a 3yr old and newborn now in tow, I’d love to win this.

  800. Ellen Schumaker says:

    Your story about coming “unglued” touched, spoke to my heart in ways that I hadn’t expected! This is the first time I’ve read your blog and I immediately went to sign up to receive it all the time! I would love to receive the “Unglued” prize package! :-)

  801. Debbie says: