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    1. Thanks, friend! Thank you for taking on the 30 day peace devotional with me earlier in the year. I am still mulling over some of the angles brought up!

  1. I waited until I had time to read this and it was wonderful; some of it brought tears to my eyes when talking about Jesus and what He did for us on the cross is so unbelievable! This is such a great reading – thanks Charity for sharing this.

  2. I actually remember these days you are describing because of raising our kids together; your Mother and I. I was laughing out loud on some things – I remember as if it was yesterday. She would watch the kids and get them busy w/something and I would clean her kitchen. LOL We made a good friend team!!

    I love this too! Brings back a lot of ‘great memories!’

  3. What a fun idea for a party and the Mohawk Valley Trading Company sounds like a winner!

  4. Charity, I am so very excited for you. You are indeed a wonderful author and deserve recognition. I look forward to reading an autographed copy of In the Letting Go.

  5. Charity, this is fabulous news! Sending prayers your way–along with a word of advice: Brace yourself, and get ready to fly! Pray and prepare!

  6. Congratulations!!! Praying for much success.

    Who is your agent? I know three agents that might be very interested in your work. Cynthia Ruchti – Books & Such Literary Agency, Debbie Alsdorf – Books & Such Literary Agency, Rachel McMillan – William K. Jensen Literary Agency, Steve Laube Literary Agency – several agents there.

  7. I hope I don’t need to say how excited I am. Now that I’ve put away the box of tissues and am reading for other reasons, I’m thrilled you answered yes when I raised my hand and said, “Pick me! Pick me!”

  8. Wonderful news Charity!!!๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

  9. Wow!!!
    How great to read this!!
    Really happy and excited for you!!
    And prayers to our awesome God!!!

  10. Praying that this endeavor will owe a huge success!

    Love and blessings,

    Judy (Baker) Travers
    Williamsburg, VA

  11. Thrilled to see this dream come
    true! Itโ€™s a joy to celebrate you and celebrate this achievement. Thank you for chasing your dreams.

  12. Thank you for the privilege of being an early reader and trusting me with your newest creation. What a joy to see this long held dream of yours become a reality with more dreams to be fulfilled just around the corner as you enter this new season. Hereโ€™s to more God-given stories in your future! I canโ€™t wait to read them!

  13. I AM SO EXCITED!! The world was meant to read the literary brilliance of Charity Mack! Lord, open the doors to have this book published and in peopleโ€™s hands!
    Congratulations, friend.

  14. We are so very proud of you, Charity! You are making the process work, but ONLY with God’s help! You keep giving Him the Glory and this process will work out. We will be praying!๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™โ˜๏ธ๐ŸŒน

    We Love you,
    Bob and Rita

  15. Watching, waiting and trusting God with you, beautiful one! ๐Ÿ™‚
    GRIT indeed! You inspire many!

  16. So happy you were able to spend time with like-minded people and share your experiences! Always a blessing.

  17. What a beautiful magazine cover – I just love it! And yay to 2024 and the publication of the In The Letting Go, I’ve no doubt it will be wonderful. A special talent… eat chocolate, pastries, bread without gaining a pound please!

  18. โ€ฆ to wake up as a fashion illustrator, childrenโ€™s clothing designer, a watercolorist ( whose work is NEVER muddy), pencil portrait artist (I LOVE faces โ€ฆ so fascinating) and a display designer ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿผโ€๐ŸŽจ โ€ฆ not much knocking around in this head and heart is there?!? Miss you girl!

    1. “Whose work is never muddy” I so feel you there! I find watercoloring more difficult than oil paints. Fashion designer and children’s clothing designer — man, these do sound fun! Thanks for the ideas, Jenny!

  19. Love love love this update! Iโ€™ll take an autographed copy of the magazine please!

    Ah so many abilities (especially spiritual ones) Iโ€™d like to have in huge measures.

    One skill that comes to mind (and itโ€™s specific) is to be able to effortlessly intuit the (unspoken) needs of others and be able to meet them with unlimited resources and compassion, while not being emotionally overcome by the heaviness of those needs.

    If thatโ€™s not an option, Iโ€™ll settle for teleportation so I can travel on a budget. ๐Ÿ˜œ

    1. Brilliant, Bek! What if you could teleport to meet the needs of the unspoken? Boom. Love that. I want to come too, please!

      I’ll see about an autographed copy. What would you do with that?! ๐Ÿ™‚

      Thanks for leaving a comment. It’s always nice to know I’m not just typing these posts to myself.

      I hope all is well with you and the family!