Friends, we’ve got something super special for you today. Our friend, team member, and author Becky Keife sat down with Anna E. Rendell for a conversation all about her new book, The Simple Difference: How Every Small Kindness Makes a Big Impact, and we recorded it for you! Take a watch and learn more about this oh-so-timely new book from Becky. We know you’ll be blessed by it.
Becky’s new book, The Simple Difference: How Every Small Kindness Makes a Big Impact, will help you see more of the people in front of you, more of God’s lavish love for you, and more of His power within you. Becky reminds us that even small acts can make a difference. Together our simple, consistent, intentional acts of kindness can create waves of change.
The Simple Difference comes out October 5th! Pre-order your copy (direct links to retailers here) and fill out this form to receive a bunch of FREE goodies, including a set of 40 Kindness Counts notecards from DaySpring! We’re so excited for this book to be in your hands!Leave a Comment
I’m sure the book is wonderful. However, every time you use the daily devotion space to promote a book is a day without a devotion.
Becky Keife says
Mary, thanks for sharing your concern with us.
While I appreciate the business side of promoting books of your contributors, I really miss your daily devotional that I look forward to reading each morning. Please consider offering both in the future when you offer new book promotions. Daily devotions are so important to so many; we feel something is missing in the days they are not offered. Thanks!!
Blessings to all!
Becky Keife says
Marilyn, we’re so glad that our daily articles mean so much to you! Thanks for sharing your point of view here today. We appreciate you.
Lovely interview Becky & Anna. Love living intentionally and listening to the promptings of the Holy Spirit. It’s never easy, but always worth it!
Beth Williams says
Encouragement is my number one God given talent. Always want to do something for others to brighten their day. You never know what others are going through plus I have been the recipient of others kindness. I guess it’s like paying it forward. I moved out of state for college. A neighbor down the hill from me brought dinner to me my first night alone. That family fed me often, & even invited me to a Super bowl party she had won. There have probably been other times people helped me out. So to say thank you for helping me I pay it forward. Mostly I cook meals for sick, have family in hospital, moving someone into your home-whatever.
My biggest thank you is to God for giving me Jesus to die a horrible death & forgiving my sins. Due to that I have helped cook meals for “recovering soldiers-prisoners who are in a recovery program out of jail. Also have helped with Kairos Ministries-Emmaus walk for prisoners. You would be surprised at the responses we get from some prisoners. How a little love can melt someone’s heart. Now I volunteer with Loaves & Fishes food bank. It makes me feel good to know what I do is helping others & making a difference in the lives of others.