Confident Heart Devotional ONLINE mini-study starts today!



I’m kicking off my new FREE  Confident Heart Devotional ONLINE mini-study today on FACEBOOK LIVE at 3pm ET. You can join me here = >

Hope you can join us!

PS. My private online study page on my website isn’t working for some reason, but I’ll get it fixed today and send you a new link.

About Renee

Renee Swope is a Word-lover, story-teller, heart-encourager and grace-needer. She's also a wife, mom, friend, daughter and author of A Confident Heart, a Retailers Choice Award winning book that became a best-seller and has been published in six languages, with over 150,000 copies sold. Renee is speaks around the country at women's events and and serves on the writing team for DaySpring’s inCourage blog. For twenty years, Renee served in leadership at Proverbs 31 Ministries and as former co-host of the ministry's radio program, “Everyday Life with Lysa & Renee.


  1. Sharon Reed says:

    Thank you for the reminder that we don’t always have to be fine. That’s my standard response. I always think they don’t really want to know, they’re just being polite. I’d love to give my oldest daughter this book, she’s a lot like me in this way. She’s my pastor’s wife, a mother of two grown sons and a mother of 3 year old adopted twins. She’s great and I look up to her but she always says she’s fine.
    Thank youlagain, for this reminder that our God is strong when we are weak.

  2. Cathy Seale says:

    I have a question about tonight’s topic….I never thought about this before, but did Jesus ever fail? My first though would be to say “no”. But if He was fully human could that have ever happened? Or would failing be considered a sin and since Jesus was sinless He never could have failed. For me, I have failed so many times in so many areas of my life that it is down right embarrassing. Sometimes I imagine God looking down on me saying “Oh no, there she goes again.” Sometimes when things are going wrong I look up to Him and say, half kidding and half serious, “What are you thinking?” He may forgive me time after time, but I get so frustrated with myself when I mess up and feel like I will never get it right. How can I say I’m a Christian? Thanks for being so genuine and pure of heart. I’m so glad our paths have crossed. Have a good night. Thank you.

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