It’s GO time for When God Says, “Go!”


When God Says Go
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Here we go again!

After months spent burning the midnight—er, light bulbs—at Starbucks, downing more caffeine than one small human should consume, and begging God nonstop for wisdom and inspiration and courage, today When God Says, “Go” is going out into the world!

So what’s this book about?

If you are facing a challenge that has you scared to death…I wrote this book for you.

If you are facing change you never saw coming…I wrote this book for you.

If scary things make you want to run hide under the covers…I wrote this book for you.

If hard things make you want to curl up in a ball in a puddle of tears…I wrote this book for you.

If it’s time to find courage that you have never needed before, and never wanted to need… I wrote this book for you.

When God says, “Go,” we face one of life’s greatest decisions.
When God says, “Go,” we must face our fears. . .our excuses. . .and our selves.
When God says, “Go,” it’s time to answer His call wherever it leads.

In this book, we walk alongside people of the Bible who were called by God to fulfill His purposes. . .people like Moses, Esther, Abigail, Jeremiah, Mary, and others. These Bible heroes responded much like we do—with a jumbled-up inner storm of excitement and fear, insecurity and hope. Their stories and struggles can provide a roadmap for our stories, helping us face our own doubts, regrets, and worries.

When God calls, it’s time to go. Maybe somewhere new, someplace you’ve never been. Maybe it’s time to go forward after being stuck with one foot in the past. Maybe it’s time to go deeper—in Bible study or relationships. Time to go higher—in prayer or dreams. Time to go and give—to use talents and opportunities God has given. Or maybe it’s time to go and grow, right where you are. . .to dig into the Word, dive into your heart, and become the person God is calling you to be.

When God Says, “Go” is suitable for study by a coed audience and makes the perfect gift for graduates! You can also download a free small-group discussion guide.

Before we go: I want to send a supersonic, all-caps-because-I’m-so-grateful-and-my-fingers-are-shouting THANK YOU to all the people who have helped this little book enter the world. (You can read all about their wonderfulness in the book’s acknowledgments, but—sending thanks to my family and friends; my writing partner, Emma; my agent, Jessica Kirkland; the outstanding team at Barbour—Kelly! Shalyn! Liesl! Mary! Lauren! Faith! Morgan!—I owe them all more than I can say.) A very big thank you to friends who endorsed this book: Andy LeeEmily LeySpence HackneyCaroline Harries, Sarah PhilpottBekah PogueTracy Steel, Courtney Westlake…I am humbled and honored by the gift of your words.

I also want to send a big shout-out to my launch team members (you know who you are!) for sharing your time, your hearts, and your words in order to help this book find its place.

And thank YOU for being part of my life and writing ministry!

You can purchase When God Says, “Go” at any of these retailers:

Amazon

Barnes & Noble

ChristianBook

Google Play

Ready or not, God is calling us all to go somewhere new in our walk with Him. So what are we waiting for? Let’s answer His call. Ready? Set? Here we go!


If you want to help give this book a little push out into the world, here are some easy ways you can do so:

  • Leave a book review on Amazon, B & N, ChristianBook, or Goodreads. (This is a huge help for authors!)
  • You can recommend that your church use the book as a study series. It is packed with scripture and is suitable for study by a coed audience. (You can download the free small-group discussion guide here.)
  • Tell your church that When God Says, “Go” makes the perfect congregational gift for high school and college graduates!
  • Share about the book’s release on social media.


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Author: Elizabeth Laing Thompson VIEW ALL AUTHORS POSTS

Elizabeth works from home as a writer, editor, diaper changer, baby snuggler, laundry slayer, not-so-gourmet chef, kid chauffeur, floor mopper, dog groomer, and tantrum tamer. She is always tired, but it's mostly the good kind.

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