2 Book Giveaway of ~ Let.It.Go ~ by Karen Ehman

This is my friend Karen Ehman.  I haven’t shared a lot about our budding friendship on my blog – but this year – this woman has been my lifesaver.  As I’ve dipped my toe for the first time into the publishing industry, this veteran author has been with me every step of the way.  She has mentored me, pointed out my writing flaws – like too many – dashes – and my bad habit of getting so excited!!!! And using too many exclamation points!!!! Those are fine for blogging – but not good for book writing. lol!!! (can’t use lol in a book either 🙁 …oh and can’t make those smiley faces! This book writing thing is really cramping my style! lol!)

We have spent countless hours on the phone talking – we always start out talking about “business” and somehow end up on tangents talking about homeschooling, theology, and our issues with the scale!

The original way I discovered Karen was through her blog.  Karen is my favorite “life management” author.  This chick has got her stuff together! You might remember my video from earlier in the month where I shared “My Christmas Planner“…the planner was the brain child of Karen (and her co-author LeAnn).  She has literally helped this mama, whose to-do list is way too long, manage Christmas without spazzing out! lol!

Karen is the wife to her college sweetheart and mother of three.  She’s the Director of Speakers for Proverbs 31 Ministries’ national speaking team.  A five-time author, her books include A Life That Says Welcome, The Complete Guide to Getting and Staying Organized (if you don’t have this book and feel unorganized – you need it!), Untangling Christmas and more.  She has been a guest on The 700 Club, Moody Midday Connection and Focus on the Family.  She is also a contributor to Focus on the Family’s Thriving Family Magazine and you can find her blogging daily over at www.KarenEhman.com

So let me unveil her Brand New Book published by Zondervan that also has a DVD series and Study Guide available if you want to do this with a group of friends (I so recommend this!!!)

 Drum Roll Please…


Let.It.Go. ~ How to Stop Running the Show and Start Walking in Faith

Women are wired to control. We make sure the house is clean, the meals are prepared, the beds are made, the children are dressed, and everyone gets to where they’re going on time. But sometimes our strength of being conscientious can morph into the weakness of being a slight—or all out—control freak! This humorous, yet spiritually practical book will help you learn how to control what you should, trust God with what you can’t, and more importantly, decide which one is which! Join Karen Ehman, a recovering control freak, as she enables you to:

  • Draw the line between mothering and micromanaging
  • Influence your husband instead of manipulating him
  • Take control of your schedule yet welcome interruptions from God
  • Learn to control your emotions when you can’t control the circumstances
  • Stop pursuing the appearance of perfection and start pursuing the person of God

I was given a copy of the book but I purchased my own DVD and study guide on Amazon today!  A birdie told me that my husband and I are mentioned in one of the videos – so this I gotta hear – right?

Karen is giving away two copies of Let.It.Go. to two Women Living Well Readers this week!

To enter to win 1 of 2 copies – simply leave a comment on this post.

For Bonus Entries: Retweet, Facebook Share or Pin this post and then leave an extra comment for each thing you did. 

This giveaway ends Saturday, November 17th at 9pm.

Walk with the King,


  1. I think this would be a great resource. I also could greatly use this for myself, I have so much that I need to let go and give God.

    1. Sorry, I had to post a reply because I couldn’t post a comment.

      Would love to read this and I have a friend whom I am sure would love to also!

      Pinned on Pinterest and shared on Facebook!

      1. I am doing the same thing! Comments are not loading all to the bottom to allow new ones – too many people are eager for a copy of Karen’s book – how wonderful!

        I would love to win a copy of Karen’s book, her book on hospitality was given to me during key time in our family life and it was wonderful, and because of that Karen will always have a dear spot in my heart.

  2. I would love LOVE to win a copy!! And, I am right there with you on the excitement issue!!! 😉 (and smileys, obviously!!!).

  3. Sounds like a really good and convicting read! And, yes, I know there are things in my life that I need to let go of!

  4. Have a huge control issue especially with my kids. I could really use Biblical perspective from someone who’s been there.

  5. I think this would be a great resource to read and encourage other woman to get this book and read it together, like a book club or bible study. I would love to win it!

  6. Planning to start a small Bible Study at the beginning of the year. I think we will do this book! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Long story short, a family member sexually assaulted my daughter and I need help in letting go and giving it to God! Thank you for sharing this opportunity with us, who ever wins will put it to good use I’m sure! God bless!!

  8. Going through Divorce & single parenting , there are so many things mentally that I need to learn to Let Go , and Let God .

  9. I am a control freak by flesh-nature, always have been. I am “newly” married (was 2yrs in August) and we just had our first child 9mths ago, so there have definitely been some new challenges to my “manage-it-all” approach to life. I really need to learn how to give it all to God and some guidance would be greatly appreciated! I’m glad and grateful God speaks to women like you, so you can share with women like me.

  10. Thanks for the giveaway. Have been reading both posts. Really enjoy them both!!!!
    Wishing everyone a stress free Christmas!

  11. I’m a new bride of 11 months with our 8 week honeymoon baby girl. I hope to “learn now” instead of “unlearn later.” 🙂 I constantly remind myself that God is in control and I need to let go! This book would be a blessing. Thank you!

  12. This book would be such a blessing to me right now !!!!! Being the wife of a Pastor I think this book would give me great insight in many areas !!!!!

  13. If I didn’t know better I would think you wrote this book for me! I guess in a way you did 🙂 Being the mom of a beautiful 3 year old daughter with special needs, I am faced with challenges everyday. Most of them are fighting to get her equipment, therapy and other necessities. Around every corner is someone telling us that these things are not “medically necessary”, eventhough they have never laid eyes on her and have no idea of her limitations. This is where I step in and fight with myself about how much I can control and how much I need to leave to God and his time. I have become a pro at giving it all to God, only to take it all back again.

    Even if I don’t win one of books, I would/need to get my hands on one. Thank you for all you do!!


    1. This book would be a big blessing to me. I often struggle with trying to control everything instead of giving it all to God! Blessings!

  14. I so need this book. I am always confused about whether I am actually stepping out on faith or on emothion. It is hard for me to tell the difference. Prayer keeps me.

  15. Be still and know that I am God! Why is it so hard???? I know this book will touch the heart of many, including myself. Thank you for the opportunity to be blessed by one!

  16. Holidays are always a challenge, since we want everything perfect, whatever that looks like…would love the encouragement from your book!

  17. My sister-in-law and I are eager to start this book as a bible study. There are many things we need to learn to let go, first with what societies expectations are of a women.

  18. You two ladies look beautiful! Radiant joy! Thanks, would love to win Karen’s book. I’m a follower of her blog as well and I agree she’s great!

  19. No matter what age we are as women, this book sounds like it could be a good reminder of who we are as women in Christ. Would love to read it.

  20. Just what this unorganized, recovering type A momma needs, especially with the holidays approaching. I would love a copy and then be able to donate it to the library where I am called to work.

  21. Looking forward to reading this book and would love to win a free copy. I know there are many times I need to let it go.

  22. I would love to win this book. It would really help my tendency to be a bit controlling and naggy! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  23. Love this title! This “let it go” is the theme of my life this year. I have really been moved by God to let go of things that are hindering me of achieving my purpose for Him. By releasing my “baggage”, I have really been able to see God use me in His kingdom!

  24. Hi Sweet Courtney! This sounds like a wonderful book club book! I’d love to win a copy to read!

    Thanks for the chance!


  25. Ok, just pinned it in Pinterest and shared it on Facebook!! Thank you for your generosity in giving away two free books! So kind!

  26. Would love to win this book. My control freak and perfectionist nature actually hinder my life more then help so I have a feeling this book would be a great read for me!

  27. I have emailed this blog out also shared on facebook. I can’t wait to ready this book. There are so many things in my life that I dwell on. I can’t wait to just “Let It Go” Thank you for all your wisdom, inspiration and motivation. And helping me realize that I’m not the only woman out there that can’t do everything all the time. Thanks for all you do!!

  28. I just participated in Karen’s 5 day email challenge/intro to her book, WOW!!! So convicted but encouraged as well. Thanks for the give away.

  29. I’ve actually never heard of this book before, but I think the concept sounds like it would be good for so many women. I think because we notice the details, we tend to want to control them. What God calls us to is something better. <3

  30. This past year has been full of disappointments and hurts for my family, and I have been trying to do exactly what the title of this book says: Let it Go. It’s not the easiest thing in the world to do which means that I could definitely use some perspective from this book. Thanks for sharing!

  31. Looks like it would be a great book for all women from single all the way to grandma’s. Thanks for writing about this subject

  32. Ooohhh you gals have not the slighetest idea what you are doing,
    you are more than a source of encouragement to me and many more women,
    everyday you fill my spirt with great and good things,
    you share with me what my late num would have shared,
    you are just but a blessing to me.I would love to win a copy.
    stay blessed

  33. Thank you Karen!! I have just recently stopped working to be a work at home mom again. I am finding that it is exactly where I want to be. I frequently find myself overwhelmed trying to get my kids (2 teenagers) where they and myself need to be. I currently have 3 different businesses of my own and my husband commutes an hour one way everyday. I need help of letting things go and being okay with it!!

  34. I so could use this! There is so much I need to let go of and give up to the Lord. Only knowing the Lord for 2 years now I struggle daily with “This is my job I can fix this!!”

  35. Ohhh I would LOVE to share this bible study with some of the woman at church! I’m guessing you won’t want to post it to me in Australia though. (I think I may need to buy that book about getting and staying organised though. Lol) thank you both for sharing your thoughts, feeling and faith with us all 🙂

  36. Karen sounds like that Titus 2 modeler and wisdom possessor we all need in our lives.
    I’d love to hear this dvd….this wife of 1 and mom of 7 can use some advice.

  37. Courtney, I just discovered you yesterday. You are a true women of God. Thank you for being such an encouragement. I am excited to see The Lord use you in my life and others. Thank you…

  38. Would love towin this book! If I didn’t know better, I’d think she was writing about me! (I like exclamation points, too!!!!)

  39. Would love to win one of these books! This is a subject I can definitely be blessed by as this is one of the areas God is diligently working with me on!
    I have shared this post on facebook, twitter and pinterest as well!
    May God bless you for offering THIS as a blessing to us!

  40. Karen is one of my favorite authors! I do agree that we all are dealing with control issues; I am trying to learn how to let go of past failures in order to move onto what God has in store for me. thanks for the chance to win this book. I know it will be helpful to all who read it!

  41. I signed up for Karen’s 5 day challenge to Let. It. Go. for Christmas. Day one pushed me right outside of my comfort zone in such an awesome way!

  42. So I finally got my Christmas planner together and am using it – upside down and backwards, but still functional. I bought zippered pouches at the dollar store, so only two of the three holes actually fit in a standard 3 ring binder… but they still work ;). I have recommended Untangling Christmas to at least 2 clerks at stores and several friends, too. That said, I think I need a copy of this book, too!

  43. I hope I win one of the books, it sounds like information I really, really need to know. If I don’t win, I will definitely have to buy a copy. Blessings to you. Alba

  44. I struggle with feeling disorganized and have difficulty staying organized once I’ve made progress. I also struggle with the sin of perfectionism and I have been praying for God to help me learn to let some things go and be more dependent on Him and less on myself. I believe this book could really be a benefit to me and my family.

  45. This book sounds wonderful. I do love Christmas, but honestly the last few years it has really been a big stressor! And I am a pretty organized person!

  46. This book.couldnt come at a better time for me!! I already preprdered it but i have several friends i could gift it to for sure! Cant wait!

  47. Wow! This book is an answer to my prayers. I have praying for God to show me how to stop trying to control my life and have the strength to wait on him. The circumstances in my life have been such that it has created a control freak. I think out of the desire to protect my children from the events. Doing this I lost my ability to rely on God. I can not wait to read this book.

  48. Not sure how to let go, in a blended family with many broken promises and 2 step children that have absolutely defied my desire and efforts to love, guide, discipline and nurture, our home is chaos. Do I let go of my Biblical principles in trying to raise God fearing children (my two are still eagar to follow) or do I let go of trying to be their mom.
    One hurting mom who needs this, something anything.

  49. Definitely need help in learning to Let. It. Go. !!
    (and I like dashes, exclamation points, smilies, and abbreviations too!!) 😀

  50. My son moves pictures on our walls sometimes to remind me everything can’t be perfect all the time, lol. Thank you so much for this giveaway.

  51. How to welcome those interruptions by God? You mean WITHOUT trying to finish what I’m doing or get just one…more…thing…done? Of course, when I try to finish what I was doing (which is often), I forget that God captured my thoughts for a moment, and the moment is lost. I’m really interested in reading about how to welcome God in my busyness.

  52. Ok, so I’m like the 245th person to comment, so there is like a one in a million chance I am going to win, but it is worth giving it a try! I need to go and buy the organization book! Thanks for doing this!

  53. Wow! Looks like an excellent book. I know there are many thing in my life where I could learn to just let it go!

  54. I love the ‘Women Living Well’ series!! I would love to have this book! I’m a mother of 3 children under 8 years old (set of twin boys)! Whew!!

  55. May God choose the person He feels needs to hear/read this book. Thank you ladies for being obedient and following what God has planned for you.

  56. I will put this book on my Christmas list if I don’t win! Also I like the idea of the getting organized book…thanks for highlighting this important author!!

  57. I would love to use this as a community bible study. There are so many moms that feel overwhelmed. I hope I can get a copy!

  58. What a powerful message for me…everything in the description of this book rang true. Actually, my best friend and I are constantly being accused of micromanaging our families, and we are comparing notes on how to step back a bit for everyone’s peace of mind. I’d LOVE to learn more about how to let God manage control of my schedule, my image, etc. so I can take a break for a bit…

  59. Obviously from all the comments, Karen has once again hit on a very much needed topic! I too feel like this book’s message is exactly what I need 🙂 Thanks for the giveawaye!

  60. Thank you so much for showing us the book, after reading a sample I got myself a copy right away!

    That image of being sick and not able to do even the littlest thing around the house so reminded me about my own period of illness and recovery…and showed me how I still pray for God to make me all well so I can mop my own floors.

    Thank you. Will be reading and letting go (like my husband has repeatedly asked me to do, becau seh does not care about who mops the floor as long as it gets done – strange fellow LOL)

  61. reading all of the previous comments just proves that this book needed to be written! (along with reading the best book, the Bible, of course:))

    would love to win one of the books – so glad that it is finished and ready to go!

  62. Courtney I am sure you have been a star student for Karen. I have met several of the Proverbs 31 ladies and they are all amazing women. I would love to read this book.

  63. Sounds like this would be a great small group study! I would love to win won and share it with our Discipleship Training Director 🙂

  64. I would love to win a copy of this book, but no matter what this book is on my must read next list. Thanks for this opportunity.

  65. In this season of my life, I am feeling The Lord leading me to let go of more…more stuff, more activities, and more control. This book sounds like it will meet me where I am at. I want to lead a life that nurtures my sweet husband and children and encourages other mamas, as well as young women, toreally relish their lives and who Christ intended them to be.

  66. Would love to win this book. It is my intent to stop the cycle of control that has been a pattern for generations in the women in my family. I have two daughters and want so much more for them.

  67. I would love to have this book! Last night I was praying and asked God to help me “Let Go” of things I can’t control and the harmful emotions I feel toward circumstances that are in my everyday life!! This sounds just right for me.
    Thank you Karen and Courtney


  68. I’m SOOO glad you posted this. I saw your previous post about Karen Ehman and I’ve started my own Christmas Binder this year. I’d love to see what’s in her “letting go” book too. Thanks for all the great resources. It’s wonderful to see the network of moms/wives out there who are trying everyday to live out our lives as Christians. Thank you!

  69. Wow I think as women we all struggle in this area… The world’s view is that we need to be in charge. It is hard to let go sometimes.
    Would love to get a copy 🙂

  70. I agree with Sandy. “Who doesn’t need this book??” I know I could certianly learn to let go and trust God more.

  71. I facebooked this give-away and pinned it. I sure do hope I win, because I’m pretty sure she has been following me around and wrote this book for me.

  72. It has taken me years to let go of a few things. Would love to be able to continue letting go and help others do the same.

  73. I have just found Karen’s blog this week (through your post, I think), and I am loving her Christmas/holiday challenge!!! I would love this book!!

  74. I would love to win a copy of this book. I am such the control freak….and with life becoming more and more busy each year…I need to let it go!

  75. I was just lamenting my need to do just what you said this book would help me do: takecontrol of my schedule yet welcome interruptions from God. I am looking forward to this one!

  76. I am a late in life 1st time Mom to a 4 yr old Lil boy. After yrs of trying “mans” way to conceive We let go and let God. With that said I have always been a control freak. When my son came along, oh boy did I get worse. I have to continuously pray for Gods help to NOT try to control everything and allow my Sweet husband to lead. Some days I don’t succeed but Praise God He’s forgiving and so is my husband. 🙂

  77. I am so thankful to have found you and your site. I find your information so important and useful! As the director of children’s ministry at my local church, sometimes I forget to take time for my faith and you have helped with that. Thank you! I am excited to read this book and I think it will move mountains in my life!

  78. This book sounds like.a must read for me. I am the queen of micromanaging and I am a perfectionist. I see dirt in my house where no one else sees it and I cannot rest till all is organized and done. I have been trying to let some things go so that I can spend more time with family and friends and with my God! I look forward to reading your insights!

  79. Actually I bought the “untangling christmas” book because of your post on it! Working my way through it right now! Micromanaging is a big problem for me…..think I need to read this one! Sign me up! Lisa Evola

  80. This looks like an amazing book! Cant wait to get my hands on it! My Sister In Laws, Mother In Law and some friends do a Wed. morning Bible study, and this would be perfect!

  81. I just saw this on the Proverbs 31 website and saw the DVD sample, this book is totally me. A control freak from way back!

  82. This sounds like the book I really need to read right now. I just recently discovered your blog and I’m trying to discover my spiritual self and God’s role in every day moments.

  83. I have learned to “Let go and let God.” Although I am still guilty of trying to control somethings. I am not OCD by any stretch, I just want to know what’s next and what I need to do to get it done and lined up! Not trying to do the Lord’s job for Him, I just want to make it easier…BUT our job is to just breathe and know that Jesus has got this and He is directing our steps.

  84. As a young wife and mom, this is something I struggle with daily! Trying to let it go, and Let GOD be who He is.

  85. I’m so excited about this book and the giveaway!!! I enjoy reading Karen’s blog, she has a real down-to-earth writing style that I can connect with. P.S. I love – – – too and of course !!!! 🙂

  86. I have so much to Let Go; sometimes it feels like I’m gonna fall down and get stuck there from the weight of it all! Would be Great to read these! Thank You for the chance!

  87. I would love to read this. I had a bit of a “breakdown” yesterday in front of my children. I am a wife of a busy husband, mother of 2, childcare director and involved church leader. The feeling I had yesterday left me at the feet of Jesus – just where I needed to be. Any resource that God brings my way will be used. Love and Peace – Melanie

  88. Wow! I think those bullet points describing the topics could ALL be applied directly to my life. What’s encouraging already is that if someone writes a book about it, there are many sharing my struggles! Whether I win or not, will be grabbing myself a copy:) Thank you always for your encouragement! Love that women can do life together even on the Internet…what blessing:)

  89. As a mom of 5, ages 12-24, this sounds like a must-read for me! I think I will order copies for my 2 married daughters and my close friends for Christmas! Sounds like a wonderful book that we all need to read!

  90. Let. It. Go. I believe this is a book I could really use. I usually have to control everything which sometimes creates disastrous results in my family. Even if I don’t win I NEED this book!

  91. People have to know that from a Broken Heart there is a way” OUT” and it is called Letting Go, But only threw forgiveness Of The Lord can this come . I have a daughter in law and daughter I would Love to share these books with …………. How they could grow from this Book . May God Bless whom ever wind Love Sharon

  92. Looks like another great resource. Thanks for all that you do to help us help our families. Gladly shared on facebook!

  93. My friend and I are single mothers and have struggled everyday with keeping our faith and knowing all will be OK. We lean in each other to get through…..but it would be nice to have a friend in faith and to flourish in that.

  94. I need help with these very issues. I’m not a control freak yet but getting there. Guilty of feeling like “I have to do it all” and on my way to raising another just like me.

  95. I have got to get this book! Sounds like something I have been searching for many many years! Thank you for sharing.

  96. This hit very close to my heart. I have been struggling to “Let Go” of a large sin in my past. I had a huge break through Sunday where God told me it was time to let it go, my past is dead & forgiven! Thank you for always being here Courtney with just the right words of encouragement! 🙂
    PS I am thoroughly enjoying the make your home a haven challenge. I have all my bible study ladies on board too!

  97. I am so excited to read this book! It is just what I need. I struggle to find the balance of when to teach, when to let it go with my children. I have read Karen’s other books and know that she is an amazing author.

  98. Just posted on facebook also as my girlfriends and I were talking about doing a book study together. What better timing? 🙂

  99. Don’t have a problem with letting stuff go, my problem is that I’m really good at picking the stuff back up again. Okay maybe it isn’t letting go so much as dropping all the balls I have in the air at once. Looking forward to seeing how I can put stuff down and leave it down.

  100. I think this book will really help me. I’m a young mother of two(a 3 year old and one due on nov 19th) and a wife of a firefighter. I try to do it all. I’m a full time homemaker now and will be attending college in january. I get up early and go to bed late just to make sure everything is organized and cleaned for my family. Being a chef, taxi,…..is sometimes overwhelming. this book will help me to learn how to “let it go”. Thanks.

  101. I’ve been following you for some time. Thank you for this blog and thank you for your dedication to introduce others to Faith. I did not grow up in a religious home and now want my children to learn that life will be better when walking with Jesus.

  102. I love to see women walking out and sharing with others what God has placed in them. Thank you for being obedient to the call on your life and sharing the wisdom you have gleened with us!

  103. I would love to give this as a holiday gift to my mentor. We have both agreed we are in this boat together in life and are throw our pride and what we are right about overboard.
    Thank you

  104. I would love to receive this book. I was just reading an excerpt in Lysa Terkeurst’s book Made To Crave about Karen thinking I need to check out her blog! Thanks for the reminder!

  105. I can so identify with too many dashes in my writing. It’s hard to calmly stop at the end of each sentence and punctuate when I am excited and want to run to the next thought!

  106. WOW! Could I ever use this book! I know I try to control everything and that I must let go, but gee it is soooo hard! 🙂

  107. Oh I so need this book. I confess I am a perfectionist and feel that if I don’t do it it won’t get done right. A mother of six -although only four live at home- and our youth ministry at church, I feel I could use any extra help that God would send my way.

  108. Sounds like I book I need to get. I’ve have to relinquish some control of flying my own plane of being a pilots wife the last few months of not being able to drive my own car/ plane. with a health scare. God has taught me many things about grace, and control and humor. No matter what got get this book. I’m also a new writer/blogger as well.

  109. Whoa…. I open this blog post just as I text my friend about my issue of “control” being an idol (we are doing No Other God’s Bible Study by Kelly Minter) and how that seems to be a constant issue in my life. Looks like I need this even if I don’t win!

  110. Let Go and Let God… Where do I start? Every morning I wake with the best of intentions but unfortunately I am so set in my controlling ways that many days I barely get a few hours into my day and I have turned my back on that great and wonderful gift He is giving me new every moment of the day. He is so faithful no matter how many times I turn away in a given day.

  111. This sounds like something I need! I have a hard time letting things go at times…okay, most of the time!
    Thanks for this opportunity!

  112. I was just looking for a resource like this because I’m a newer momma that can’t figure out what to give up and what to keep!

  113. I look forward to reading this and watching the LORD weave it’s principles into my life. If it’s the treasure it appears to be, I can share it with others under my influence. God bless you!

  114. There are a lot of things in my life I need to let go…….and things I need to learn that I can’t run the show on too. As my family has recently begun going to church, I also need to learn how to live in Faith better too.

  115. I would love to learn how to let go more, i think this book would help. It sounds interesting like it would be a good read…

  116. Thank you for all you do and for sharing resources like this with us. I learn something knew and/or am reminded of something I SHOULD know every week.

  117. With a hectic, lonely military lifestyle, much of home
    and decisions are weighing my shoulders down.
    To add that am pursuing a BA as a full time student, have
    A special needs little girl that just started kindergarten
    As a 5 year old, life gets too weary at times and as my husband
    puts it, I micromanage and get a bit “rough” to deal with.
    Am sure I am in need of ” talking thing out” as we’ll as reading
    / listening to guidance I understand your book is full of.
    I’d appreciate a copy. Thank you for what you do. Irma

  118. Courtney, I love how you share all the things you can’t do when publishing a book LOL!!!!!! It must be wonderful having the friendship you have developed with Karen. Her book and Bible study are going to be amazing!!

    I have tweeted,pinned,fb status posted about this book and bible study!!

    God Bless you!!!

  119. I think that this would be a great book for me (AND for many of my friends!). Thank you for offering this!

  120. Oh wow!!! I so need this book. I do NOT know how to let things go, meaning, I stress too much of the time because I cant seem to let things stay undone. I truly know that my basket will never be empty so to speak, but being a perfectionist, makes it even more difficult. Good luck to all who enters and God bless !

  121. It is wonderful to watch what God does when we Let Go and Let God…thanks for the opportunity to win this book. Hugs and Blessings to you.

  122. I need this but I also know of so many others who live chaotic lives too…pass it on to me and I’ll share in the blessings with do many others.

  123. thank you for the give away. Though I feel bad for not being able to buy . The library and giveaways are my only source of books right now since my husband has not had steady work in 2 years . Thanks

  124. This book sounds like just the thing for me. My husband and I are going through a huge transformation in our spiritual lives as well as our marriage. Somedays I am total chaos inside! I know God is in control, but readings like this help make the transitions much easier.

  125. Retired from one 30 year career, 5 years into non-profit fundraising and in partnership in a healthy and wellness business to change my lifestyle and that of my loved ones, I still find myself with all ‘A’s on my prioritization list…it is hard for me to identify a ‘B’ because EVERYTHING seems SO important. This book may be just the guidance I need.

  126. Hello, I love Proverbs 31, I have for many years, and this book sounds like it could be of help with my daughters and I … Living well is such a fresh start for a powerful helping tool She is amazing as is all of the ladies over at Proverbs 31 …

    This would welcomed to my library ..

    thank you for a chance to win

  127. This book sounds like exactly the book I need to read. If I had not just spent so much on fixing my car that I am broke I would go buy it right now. I really hope I win a copy.

  128. Oh boy…do I need this book! … I would looove to have it…
    THank you Karen for making us aware of our controlling tendencies…:))

  129. I believe this will be a wonderful book to read and follow. I know I have plenty of Let It Go things in my life, especially with my daughters all transitioning out of the home. I just need assistance in knowing what things to Let Go of and what things to Let God handle. I am Retweeting and sharing everywhere.

  130. I truly am blessed but need divine intervention daily. Would love an E-Reader book version which I take everywhere I go. Thank you.

  131. Wow! This book sounds like it was written just for me! I recently realized that I am a control freak 🙁 I would love to find out how to let go and let God!

  132. Especially this time of year, I need to find the strength to release the illusion of control and give it all over to God. Any advice from someone experienced in this is welcome!

  133. I would love to have this book. I think it would be a very good tool to have esepcially when it comes to my marriage. I will be a new bride soon and would love to take in any advice I can get.

  134. Wow, it took me a whole minute just to get to the bottom so I could leave a comment. Looks like lots of people are interested in this book. Add me to the list!

  135. Oh boy, this is going on my priority TBR list. I definitely need to read it!

    Um, check, yes, I need to learn to: Draw the line between mothering and micromanaging
    Yup, another HUGE check on this one, Influence your husband instead of manipulating him
    Schedule? I can take charge of it? Who knew?! Take control of your schedule yet welcome interruptions from God
    I’m terrible at controlling my emotions, especially when it comes to my family. Learn to control your emotions when you can’t control the circumstances
    Yup, another yes on my to work on list, Stop pursuing the appearance of perfection and start pursuing the person of God
    Thanks so much for posting about this book as well as giving us an opportunity to win a copy. I am controlling and I”m one of those that likes to think I’m not controlling. (:
    I am good at letting go and Letting God, however I’m even better at taking it back again.

  136. This would be a blessing. And I’m with you-I love my exclamation marks!!! 🙂 Trying to learn not to use so many:)

  137. Hello, again! I posted yesterday evening and forgot to add something, i did share this to my facebook so others can see this book, with the title of the book let it go, I had an idea. If you have things that are troubling you and you need to give it to God, let it go, why not make a “Give it to God” or “Let it go” box, you can make it out of a shoe box, decorate it any way you like, make a slit in the top, write down on a piece of paper what you need to “let go” of and put it in the box and give to God!

  138. One thing that is really hard it to Let It Go so this would be a great read. I think that is the hardest thing about being a mom and your children growing up and you don’t have any control. Looking forward to reading this… even if I don’t win will go to amazon.com.

  139. How are lives would be so fulfilling if we coukd learn that everything is in God’s hands. I would love to read the book so i could improve myself.

  140. I know there is a way to not micromanage and control everything, I just haven’t figure it out yet. After a year of having things thrown at me that are out of my control and put a huge strain on my emotions I cannot wait to read your book! Thanks for sharing!

  141. I would love to have this book!!!! Oh and I also would have a hard time writing a book I use lol and … Way too much!

  142. This is something that is certainly a huge part of my life right now. The more I profess and pray in Faith, the more that God is showing me the way. This book may be the ticket should I be rewarded in the giveaway or not. God bless! x

  143. Wow, sounds like a great book for women of All ages. I know it will touch hearts and change lives. Thanks for sharing.

  144. I have learned to let go of so much especially since we have been blessed with two grandsons. My sister in law is struggling with alot of things – the most recent is she will need to have heart valve replacement surgery and she continuously tells me “I just need to give it to God but I can’t” – she feels a desperation to hang onto what is tangible and real if she can see it. I would love to give her this gift and let her have her time with God and see the real blessings she will receive if she believes He will take care of her and her heart. Blessings with your Ministry and thank you for the daily sharing. Erika

  145. This is something that I could use so much in my life right now. Alot of hardships have happened in my life and its sooo hard to let it go. This would be so great to win!

  146. Thank you for this giveaway! I am most interested in the section about “Learn to control your emotions when you can’t control the circumstances.”

  147. I know there are a lot of things that I need to let go of and I definitely could use some help walking in faith sometimes. Would love to win one of these books. Thanks so much for this great giveaway.

  148. Love Proverbs 31 Daily Devotionals and how in the world did she know I needed this book at this very time in my life? It’s like you two wrote this blog and book just for me!

  149. Oh, to find the secret to walking with God and managing the household to enough to avoid chaos! Sound like a good book.