Someone in My Corner

By Jana White
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Have you ever felt like you just need someone in your corner? A friend who will stand up for you, support you, fight for you? One who no matter what, you can trust 100%.…

God With Us

By Joanna Kimbrel
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

In the beginning, God was with us.
He walked with us in the garden.
He dwelt among us.
The uninhibited, unrestrained, unimaginable presence of God with us,
And it was very good. 

The holy Creator delighted in His good creation—
The man and woman called to bear his glorious image.…

The Perfect Gift

By Aubrey Coleman
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Glancing over my Christmas list, I notice two giant question marks beside a few names on the list. You might not be surprised to hear that those question marks represent the total mystery to me of how to shop for the men in my family!…

A Year in Reflection

By Stefanie Boyles
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

The Daily Grace Co. exists to create resources to help followers of Jesus know and love God’s Word. This company provides tools to help you immerse your life in Scripture because we believe the Bible is true, trustworthy, and timeless. We are so grateful for all of you who have invited us to come alongside you in your personal journeys to glorify God in 2019. Whether it was by using the gel highlighters during your time in the Word or hanging a print in your home or doing one of our Bible studies or listening to Daily Grace podcast episodes – thank you for inviting us into your lives. 

While we believe every resource in The Daily Grace Co.…

Seeds of the Heart

By Catherine Fitzgerald  
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 13 

I went over my usual list of expectations as we sat down at the picnic tables under the park shelter. Play nicely. Stay where I can see you. Don’t leave this area. Expecting everyone to scatter in different directions immediately, I turned toward the moms I was with as my littlest suddenly chimed in, “And look for the kids with their heads down, right mommy?…

Suffering and Sanctification

By Lauren Bowerman 
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 13 

How do you put into words the loneliness of depression? How do you explain it when deep weariness seems to cling to you day after day? How do you articulate to fellow believers – to people who look to you as a “strong Christian woman” – that only weeks ago you sat on your bathroom floor, barely able to breathe except to utter the words to God or whoever might be listening, “Why don’t you love me?” 

How?