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A father-daughter duo invites believers on a year-long journey into God’s Word

‘Devotional Discovery: A 366-Day Spiritual Exploration and Bible Reading Plan’ released

 

ARDMORE, Okla. – With the new year just around the corner, authors Tracy Curington and Abigail Curington invites readers on a year-long journey into God’s Word within the pages of their first book, “Devotional Discovery: A 366-Day Spiritual Exploration and Bible Reading Plan” (published by WestBow Press).

 

This dynamic father-daughter duo presents an immersive spiritual journey through 366 days of devotionals, aligning readers with the profound teachings of God’s Word. More than just a daily reading, “Devotional Discovery” delves deep into the facets of Christian living, offering a compass that always points believers toward their true north — the Word of God. Presented in bite-sized portions, it is a day-by-day exploration meant to enhance the daily Bible reading experience. The devotional extracts simple thoughts, inspirational ideas, and relevant stories from Bible verses, providing a companion resource for believers seeking a closer connection with their faith. Each devotional concludes with a suggested scripture reading, fostering easy understanding of God’s Word.

 

“(We) want them to be able to have read the Bible through in the year and have many new, deeper insights to take with them in many years to come on their Christian growth journey,” the authors state.

 

The Curingtons bring a unique blend of wisdom and perspective to “Devotional Discovery,” turning the academic approach to an adventurous appeal. It is their hope that this devotional will serve as a spiritual compass, guiding believers through the ups and downs of daily life.

 

“Devotional Discovery: A 366-Day Spiritual Exploration and Bible Reading Plan”

By Tracy Curington and Abigail Curington

Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 432 pages | ISBN 9798385010646

Softcover | 6 x 9in | 432 pages | ISBN 9798385010653

E-Book | 432 pages | ISBN 9798385010813

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

 

About the Authors

Tracy Curington has been married to his wife, April, for a quarter of a century. Together, they live in southern Oklahoma with their eight children. His family tree is deeply rooted in Christian ministry dating back to the time of circuit-riding preachers in early America. Tracy is passionate about personal development and facilitating growth in others. He has channeled that energy into serving and mentoring people for the last two decades as the senior pastor of a local church God used him to plant. Early on in that ministry, Tracy took up “pen and paper” to begin creating resources and content to train others for the ministry and for living the victorious Christian life. Today, as a certified coach, speaker, trainer, and consultant, Tracy has been using his gifts to facilitate coaching and training sessions to businesses, churches, individuals, and entrepreneurs at both the local and national level. Tracy values his faith, his family, his freedom, his friends, and having fun, and these traits are easily detected through his personality, in his ministry, and by his career.

 

Abigail Curington was born in Hamilton, Ohio, and grew up as the oldest daughter and one of eight children of Tracy and April Curington. Abigail’s love and appreciation for writing comes from the years of watching her parents write lessons and church curriculum with a passion like none other. Abigail’s salvation at the age of 14 after years of struggling with doubt is what the Lord used to inspire her to write. What started with daily journaling about what God had revealed through scripture, turned into writing devotionals about those same truths along with personal experiences and applications. Abigail currently lives in Oklahoma City, where she serves in her local church in various ministries including music, youth, and office.

 

WestBow Press is a strategic supported self-publishing alliance between HarperCollins Christian Publishing and Author Solutions, LLC — the world leader in supported self-publishing. Titles published through WestBow Press are evaluated for sales potential and considered for publication through Thomas Nelson and Zondervan.  For more information, visit www.westbowpress.com or call 844-714-3454.

 

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