What Women Fear

Hello friends!

You know that awkward eighth grade thing where you want to dance with someone but you know you might be rejected so you don’t ask?

Well, that’s kind of how it feels when you have a new book coming out.

So, the next month or so is going to be kind of like me looking at you across the gymnasium and hoping my nerve holds out.

:)

With that said, here’s the promo video for my new book, and below it you will find a handy-dandy little button that you can use in the event that you would like to pre-order it.

I can honestly say I poured my heart and soul into it and I am praying it blesses you richly. There will be lots more talk about it coming up soon, but for now….wanna dance?

or click HERE to order from Barnes & Noble:)

(Thank you for your support, friends!)

Angie


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  • jen e.

    It looks great!  Can’t wait to read it!  and btw…a little part of me wanted the “sneak peak” to continue…  :)

    Jen from Indiana

  • Julia

    awesome!! so excited for you!!  congrats Angie!!

  • malloryjones

    Oh my word. As someone who struggles every day of her life with fear, I absolutely CAN NOT WAIT for this book!  As soon as I get some money in my bank account this weekend, I’m going to preorder it. 

    Thank you, Angie, for blessing me so much through what you do! THANK YOU!

    (As a side note, that music in the video was AMAZING. Chilling and beautiful at the same time.)

  • Anonymous

    Pre-order ~ check! Can’t wait to start reading ~ check! Struggled with FEAR ~ check! Knowing this book comes from your HEART ( a BEST-SELLING author’s heart to boot :) ) ~ Priceless!

    Sweet friend, I can’t even tell you how THRILLED and EXCITED I am for YOU and, really, for all of US who will be BLESSED by this book as well!

    Love and Hugs 

  • http://www.katesworldbykate.blogspot.com Kate

    I canNOT wait to read this.
     

  • http://tousey.wordpress.com Jenn

    I will totally dance with you girl! The book looks amazing, and just what I need right now. I will be using my allowance to pre-order. (And that sneak peek is amazing!)

  • http://theminahanfamily.wordpress.com/ Anna

    I am so excited and thrilled for you Angie!!!! This looks so great!!! I can’t wait to get this! 

  • http://www.dominicandkristin.blogspot.com kasmith03

    I can’t wait. I read I Will Carry You 4 times in several weeks when it first came out. I am SURE this will be challenging and God filled and I can’t wait to see what He has done through you this time! My copy is already pre-ordered with Amazon!! :) Congrats…to God be the glory!!
    Blessings, Kristin 

  • Jen Schmidt

    So, SO thrilled for you. So many women will be blessed by your heart and words!!

    xoxo
    Jen
    Balancing Beauty and Bedlam

  • Anonymous

    I’ve so excited for you!  This book is going to speak to women in such a powerful way.  Dancing with you my friend…

  • http://ashleywb.blogspot.com AshleyB

    I’m so excited for you!  This gave me chills: I can’t wait to read it. 

  • Luvnjc247

    We have to wait until Sept to read it?! I want to dive into it now! Lol. Can’t wait!

  • Anonymous

    Absolutely I want to dance! Can’t wait to read the new book – many blessings be with you in this new adventure!

  • Coby

    I’m so excited for you!  I can’t wait to read it!!!  Woot-woot!  (Dancing!)

  • http://www.beautifulvisionofyou.blogspot.com Suebee

    Angie,
    The trailer gave me chills as I watched it…Can’t wait to get ahold of it and read it!!
    Susie A.

  • http://www.facebook.com/luluspringer Casey Springer

    THAT is amazing  and so are you!!!! Oh I have a feeling we will all be dancing…can’t wait to read it!

  • Sunshinerobin

    I will dance

  • Julie Sacramento

    Holy smokes—- girlfriend—– you rocked that. Chills… Can not wait to read. Well done, well done.

  • http://itwasbroughtonbylove.blogspot.com Southern Gal

    It looks amazing.  What a dramatic trailer for a book! 

  • Jennifer

    I just pre-ordered.  I cannot wait until September to read it!!!  Loved the trailer.

  • T-Bee

    Will there be a Kindle edition?

  • melakamin

    fantastic – look forward to reading it! that story is one of my favorites & I always hear Nicole C Mullen singing “One Touch” … and what a concept – many of us are afraid of being found out – that our lives aren’t what they seem, that we are broken so deeply, we’re not sure where to even start … bless you as you continue to be faithful in using your gifts to bless others

  • melakamin

    fantastic – look forward to reading it! that story is one of my favorites & I always hear Nicole C Mullen singing “One Touch” … and what a concept – many of us are afraid of being found out – that our lives aren’t what they seem, that we are broken so deeply, we’re not sure where to even start … bless you as you continue to be faithful in using your gifts to bless others

  • Tammy Schmidt

    From Best Selling Author ANGIE SMITH…  how sweet is that?! 
    congrats!

  • Hillary Eddy

    Can’t wait to get this and read it. It is a slap in the face right now for me….not in a bad way. Just a realization….a realization that I fear….too much and I need to let go and let God. I’m making a lot of new beginnings right now, and this needs to be another one. :) Thanks for all of your hard work and for letting God use you to help all of us. :) :)

  • Elaine

    I would love to dance.  I can’t wait for it to be released.  I will definitely be ordering it as soon as I have the funds.  Thanks so much for giving us a peak!

  • Anonymous

    oh sweet mercy, the chills!!!  I’m so thrilled!  I already preordered weeks ago – I can’t wait!

  • Michaela_182000

    Ohhh I can not wait to read this!!!! I can already see that this is going to be HUGE in the lives of all women, especially this one :) Thank you for your obedience!!!

  • Michaela_182000

    Ohhh I can not wait to read this!!!! I can already see that this is going to be HUGE in the lives of all women, especially this one :) Thank you for your obedience!!!

  • Kelly (Seaux Southern)

    Hello Angie! I read your 1st book. I was so blown away at your strong faith and your honesty of sharing such a personal story with your readers. I also love checking in on your blog too! I love your writing style. It lifts my spirits, sometimes make me laugh, sometimes makes me cry. Can’t wait to read your 2nd book! I also try to keep up with the in(courage) book club but things have been so busy for me that I haven’t had time. Hope to get the next book that comes out and actually keep up with the book club. Well anyway, congrats on the 2nd book! Looking forward to getting it soon!

  • Prattlaura

    Just ordered mine! Been waiting to see when we could. Can’t wait to get it.

  • Scott

    Wow, can guys read this!  LOL – I will definitely try to pick this up for all the women in my life.

  • Emily

    Hello Angie! Wow, this looks AMAZING! Can’t wait to read it!! :) Thank you for all that you do. I am a mommy of two young girls and you inspire me. Much love to you and your family! ~Emily 

  • http://3dlessons4life.wordpress.com/ Lyli

    Congratulations, Angie!  I am so excited about the book and look forward to reading it.  This is an area that the Lord has been dealing with me about — I read Max Lucado’s book “Fearless” this past year, so this will be a great follow up to help me as the Lord and I work through this together. 

  • Jwatson

    It looks soooooo good.  LOVED the video.  Can’t wait to read it!

  • Carrie Lehman

    Congratulations! It looks amazing & I can’t wait to read it :)

  • http://www.jonesmama.blogspot.com Amanda Jones

    The preview is amazing…can’t wait to read this one, Angie!

  • Katie

    I got goosebumps watching that.  The book looks amazing and I can’t wait to read it!!

  • http://iheartbowheads.blogspot.com hollyo1

    I have chills and I cannot wait to read this. I also read Fearless and go back to it on a regular basis. I think that the fear that a wife and a mother feels every day – a good day – a bad day – every single day is just overwhelming some times. I read these blogs where the husband was killed in a car crash or the once healthy child suddenly falls ill and it is very difficult for me to not feel fear. I am a happy, confident, easy going Christian woman who fears one thing – losing the people that I have built my life around. I have been a follower of yours for forever and honestly did not read your first book because I am a softy. I don’t like to watch scary movies and I turn off the TV if something happens to the heroines children. I followed your journey on the blog and I remeber holding my babies and crying as I read your words. I am so excited to pre-order this book!!!!! I am rambling now and someone is saying Mooooooooommmmyyyyyyyy so I have to go but I rarely comment and felt I should. ;)

    Holly
    http://iheartbowheads.blogspot.com

  • Rachel Crawford

    How wonderful Angie.  I am so proud of you.  What an amazing contribution you make to womens’ lives.  You will kill it!  This is so exciting.

  • Jill_getman

    just ordered!!!!

  • Laura

    Cannot WAIT to read it! I know I’ll love it – you are amazing. I love your writing and it has made such a huge and positive impact in my life!

  • Lizreeves2

    Pre-ordering DONE!  :)   So excited to read it!

  • Monica

    I cannot wait to read it!!  

  • Connie L Amato-Mahle

    Sweet friend,

    The very best of wishes to you as you anticipate the release of your 2nd book!  I can imagine the butterflies you have fluttering.  I, for one (actually a great many), cannot wait to read it!  Already pre-ordered.

    May you be blessed as we are blessed through your words!!  : )

    Much love and friendship, my friend!

    Have a beautiful evening,
    Connie

  • Connie L Amato-Mahle

    For the record, I have always been touched by this story in the Gospel of Mark! 

    To say the least, I’m intrigued!!

  • Patricia

    Yes I do want to dance~! I am pre-ordering 2~~ the trailer for the book is very intriguing..I know the book will be wonderful.

  • Anonymous

    Angie!!! This book sounds AMAZING. Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy!

  • Lynn Worley

    But of course everyone’s going to say yes to the dance! You’re a best selling author, aren’t you?! ;o)  Is it going to come out on Kindle?
    Praying in Seattle!
    Psalms 23:4-6 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever.
    Prayer Bears
    My email address

  • Steph

    Is Kindle possible?

  • Alyson

    Ang, this looks GREAT! So excited for you! I can’t wait to get my hands on it. I know it will be life changing for me due to the different fears I carry daily. 

  • Kim

    angie, I can’t wait to read this.  I have been tremendously blessed by your written words and have found peace  when I thought I would never feel it again.  It tickles me that someone who shares my pet peeves about straight sheets at bedtime and the adverse effect of my husband’s foot brushing mine can inspire me to want to be known by God and want to walk in FAITH despite my broken heart.  I so hope to meet you at WOF.  You have given me hope .  Thank you for holding out your hand and your heart.

  • http://profiles.google.com/mobileacupuncture Erin Long

    I absolutely cannot wait until you book comes out! “I Will Carry You” helped me navigate my way through grief. I hope “What Women Fear” will help me thrive in pregnancy after loss (should the LORD bless me again). Thank you for sharing your God given gifts.

  • Andrea Hultman

    Girl, you have me dancing recorded on VIDEO. ;o) {Oh, good glory be, I can only imagine how goofy I looked. Can it really have been 10 years already??!!}

    So thrilled for you… and the new book deal as well.

    The book trailer reminded me of the song “I Quietly Turned to You” from the musical Celebrate Life! (We did it this spring at FBCNash. If he hasn’t already told you about it, ask Alan. Cynthia Clawson did a great job!)

    Looking forward to reading this one. (Wish LifeWay.com would do an ebook edition that would work with Kindle!)

    Maybe we’ll run into each other when you come speak at the LifeWay Kids Conference in October. Would love to have even just a quick hello!

    ~ Andi H.

  • Kalyn Crosby

    Angie, 

    I have never commented before but I have been reading your blog for a couple of years. I think I saw you once as well (I also live in Nashville) and it was a strange sense of wanting to go up and introduce myself but afraid of looking completely insane! :) Your ability to capture emotion with words is so beautiful and inspiring. I very much look forward to reading this book! I recently started a blog as well as a way to “journal” through current heartaches of infertility and a previous early miscarriage. Your blog is one of the reasons I started one as well. 
    http://www.keepinthelight.blogspot.com 
    Thank you for your courage, your words, and your amazing example of Christian faith. Congrats on this amazing accomplishment- you deserve it! 

    KC

  • Mandy P

    Looks amazing!  I cannot wait to read it.

  • Lynn Worley

    Know that you’re always in my thoughts and prayers!
    Deuteronomy 31:6 Be strong and of a good courage, fear not, nor be afraid…for the LORD thy God, he it is that doth go with thee; he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee.
    Prayer Bears
    My email address

  • Anonymous

    How exciting!!!!  Are you kidding — a book?  It looks like an awesome movie!  I am so excited for you!  And I would LOVE a copy!  Hallelujah!  I don’t know if you have read my testimony, but God set me free from fear.  Come over sometime.

    In Him!
    Beth

    http://mydestinysharinghope.com/

  • Michelle

    The video clip gave me chills. Look forward to reading your book.

  • Lisa

    Angie, I just went to the Amazon website and “looked inside”.  This is a struggle that is so relateable.  I know God is going to use your testimony to bring so many women to deeper levels of healing!  So looking forward to reading it and then passing it on!

  • Lauradodd

    Oh my goodness!  That video is wonderful!  I can’t wait to get the book!  Thank-you for sharing your story with us!

  • Erin

    Pre-ordered.  Cannot wait, Angie.  You have been such a blessing to me and this book looks absolutely amazing.  Will be praying for you!! 

  • Lynn Worley

    Lifting up prayers!
    II Corinthians 1:3-5 Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God. For as the sufferings of Christ abound in us, so our consolation also aboundeth by Christ.
    Prayer Bears
    My email address

  • Jean Metcalf

    Can’t wait to get this book!!

  • Magdalena Serb

    Hi, my name is Magdalena and I would really love to get your book “What women fear”… Can the book be delivered to UK? I live in Northern Ireland and I would like to know how I can purchase the book. Thank you … and can’t wait to read it!

  • gail

    Love the music!!

  • Ligiamariadiniz

    Can I order one from Brazil??????
    I´ve been digging on your blog, and just can´t count how many times I have caught myself crying the honesty of your words and how boldly you share your feelings, and now I want to read your book! Can I order it from here??

    Thanks and may God keep blessing you every day,

    Lígia 

  • Dawnalou

    Wow Angie!  Yet again, you’ve reached me to a depth I dared-not to admit I struggled.  FEAR.  Oh my, how just the “look inside” feature on amazon.com of your newest book has truly touched me.  I wonder why some of us, like you and I, are so sensitive to being “good,” or appearing to “be good.”  I guess it’s probably fear of rejection and an underlying feeling of sense of being “unworthy?”  I am able to relate so closely to your own fears of inadequacy and previous “mistakes” and often have a hard time forgiving myself of my shortcomings, even though I know in God’s eyes, He’s forgiven me and loves me unconditionally.  A wise Christian counselor once told me it’s called toxic shame.  That no matter what we do, good or bad, we’re always beating ourselves up with “I could’ve done better…”  I struggle with often feeling I’m not “good enough…”  I just can’t wait to read your next book.  Thank you for boldly and confidently sharing your own struggles with fear with all of us in hopes that we’ll all fellowship together through it and learn from each other.   ….anxiously awaiting!  Thanks my friend.  Dawna

  • http://sufficientgrace-kelly.blogspot.com Kelly_SufficientGrace

    Looking forward to it! I’ll gladly dance with you, beautiful friend.

  • Mallory

    I can’t wait until your new book comes out!  Also, that video promo is awesome.  I found myself holding my breath, heart pounding, and getting goosebumps.  :)

  • Spunkyhomeschool

    Hi there,

    I’m reading a pre-release copy of your book and LOVING IT!  Thank you for your timely book.  I am planning on using it for a women’s study this fall.   May God richly bless you for your honestly and your obvious devotion to Him.   

  • Anonymous

    I just pre-ordered, and I cannot wait to read it!

  • http://www.simplybloomblog.com Joy

    Oh, it looks AWESOME!  How exciting, Angie, congrats!!  Can’t wait to read it.

  • RAM

    Angie, 

    If you ever wonder if God is really using you…or whether God is in it…tell the devil to GO AWAY!  God has you right where He wants you and is using you for His glory…bonus…you get to go along for the ride.  I stumbled upon your twitter account when someone I follow mentioned you. Something (Holy Spirit) made me want to know more…she didn’t say much but she said enough that I wanted to know who you were and what your story was.  I starting watching youtube videos and what I found was both bitter and sweet- you became my hero overnight.  You see, I have been struggling with infertility for years and have struggled in so many ways.  When I watched you and listened to your story…it was like watching Jesus.  Steven Furtick said this  in a message he gave last week “if He doesn’t 
    do what you are asking Him to do- He will give you the strength to stand up under it in a way that will cause the watching world to know that He alone is God”.  When I heard this I immediately thought of you. God’s grace is streaming through you in such a powerful way and I want my life to reflect the same thing. So…I started following you on twitter and you mentioned a new book. Ah, a book on fear…no wonder the Lord lead me to your blog and twitter page. Fear is another thing I have been struggling with…pre-ordered the book…can’t wait to read it!
    So, don’t be nervous…don’t let the enemy make you doubt-God is using you to make a difference. 

  • http://www.kimmiefulcher.wordpress.com Irish Twin

    I got the book on Wednesday and am trying to only read a chapter a day. It isn’t working. I am almost done! Great book for me at this time in my life when I am filled with fear about my future. I see and feel some of it lifting a little each day.
    Thank you!

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  • http://bittersweetmaryreedodell.blogspot.com Mary

    Angie-I am nearing the last chapter of the book.  LOVE IT!  Honest, transparent, raw at times, but full of grace and based on the Word.  Well done!  (I even quoted you this week…)

  • Kim Mohsen

    Angie – It was awesome to meet you at Women of Faith in Tampa.  I love how absolutely real you are!  Your story was so difficult to tell (and it should never stop being so) but your humor and joy allowed others to see it is survivable.  

    When you asked the women in the room to stand up if they have lost a child, it took my breath away to see how many women are carrying that kind of loss in their heart.  You showed all of us the  power of our redeemer and wounded healer of our hearts.  Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! I can’t wait to read your book.

    Kim Mohsen
    Women’s Minister
    Generations Christian Church

  • Sharmon

    Wow!!! What an awesome addition to the Women of Faith Line Up! Your sincerity and genuineness (no clue if that’s a real word) really shines through and though I have no children of my own i was touched incredibly by your story. and by the way…you are absolutely adorable!!

  • CarrieP

    I bought the app on Sunday, and can’t wait to buy the book…will there be a study ‘guide’ or anything similar in the future for women’s study groups?

  • Cjudd

    We just completed What Women Fear in our book club last night.  There wasn’t a dry eye around our table as we shared our challenges and joys with each other as you did with us.  What an awesome God we serve.  Thank you.

  • Irene L. Hatton

    Just saw you interviewed on James Robison’s show.  I cried…….amazingly enough, this is yet one more confirmation just in the last two weeks that FEAR is the next “spiritual project” that I am working on with the Lord.  I have adrenal fatigue, very little cortisol to get me through the daily struggles.  Struggle with my health after over-doing it for so many years as a teacher, infant-toddler therapist, lay speaker and minister’s wife.  I became convinced that I must get to the root of this issue.  I wake up at night having hallucinations/night terrors when I am overtired or have taken certain medications.  This all goes back to my early childhood when I almost died during rheumatic fever and to lots of issues where my mother emotionally and physically abused me.  I am now 65 and KNOW that enough is enough!  Satan has had his hay day long enough.  I spend a lot of money for a special doctor and lots of supplements and am praying for deliverance from fear.  Though a retired teacher, I still must work two jobs to make ends meet……and then I get too tired and the anxiety just escalates until I have a melt-down.  This recently happened at Christmas, just trying to do all the extras at church and home for the holidays.  On top of that my mother, now 92, is full of pain and anxiety due to health issues and has dementia as well.  So it is hard dealing with her.  I KNOW in my heart that God is sufficient……but I think you are right…..surrounding yourself with the Word makes all the difference.  I have ordered your book and am looking forward to reading it.  I, too, am a writer and am working on a book about the healing of my emotions and body physically.  It is about what I experienced in the last 10 years dealing with all my baggage.  I am so busy right now that I haven’t done much with it but have 5 journals that are the basis of the book.  You have given me courage to do what you have done……to reach out to others who are also in pain. I recently purchased Ray Vanderlaan’s DVD study on Living in the Desert.  In it, he tells that we are there, during our times of distress, can’t see what is ahead because of the mountains surrounding us but during that journey, God supplies us with what we need to survive.  He leads us through to the other side……that is His promise.  He is our good shepherd.   God bless you as you write, as you speak and as you mother your sweet little family. Standing on the promises,   Irene L. Hatton, EnGedi Ministries

  • Collinsmac32

    hi Angie today while I was looking about my records. I saw you on James Robison. God sure was calling me. I am so exicted to get your book. I can understand fear. I have had the same thoughts as a small child. For the past 3 years that have gotten exteremly worse. I have began to heal by gods grace, prayers and I hate to admit medeciation. I was having some much anexity today, because of a doc app. Listening to what you said I was able to talk in my appt today. Thanks , Amanda

  • Sylvie Grubac

    Hi Angie!
    You describe me so well today when I watched you on James Robison.  As far as I can remember I, too, was consummed with fear.  I was scared of getting killed, attacked, sexually abuse (which I was several times at a very early age), scared of dying, scared of losing the ones I loved, scared of the dark, scared of being abandonned, scared of not being loved, scared of rejection, scared of being alone. I was going to bed most of the time crying and being afraid.  Unfortuntely my father did not understand so he was yelling at me to stop crying and go to sleep and when I didn’t, he would come and hit me saying that now I would cry for something….

    I went through major depressions and yes I was put on medication (Collins there is no shame in that) but although I still battle with fears and anxiety, by knowing God through His Word and by His grace and Love, I am a lot better and I know He will completely deliver me.

    There is no fear in Love and God’s perfect love will bring me to wholeness.

    When God is for you who can be against you.

    I pray that each one of you that will read this comment, will be delivered from their fears.

    God died on the cross so we could be free.  Let yourself rest on Jesus’ precious and loving heart….

    You are free!  Don’t let the ennemy tell you any different, he’s a liar and already defeated. Read and learn who you are in Christ.

    God bless you Angie and the beautiful calling on your life.  You are a beautiful person inside and out.

    Thank you for letting God use your ashes and turning them into beauties.

    Sylvie

  • Lamica

    Hi Ms. Angie my name is Lamica . I have fear . I fear of Leting my babies down because we been homeless for six years I have a two year old and a five month old . I just do not want to let them down we been going to house to house my own mother turn her own back on me she had turn my famliy on me . Saying thing are not true and in hurt me . Sometime I think that she hate me I don’t know why . And also I’m am fear of love I run from it . Because I have been rape when I was four years old I just do not know how to love man no more . I been mis treat it through out of my life by men and famliy . All I can do is just keep my head up and pray to god and wait for my blessing .

  • Jackie

    I bought this book for a friend who is seeking, but I thought I better read it first. Such great insight into myself and my own fears and challenges in giving it all to God. Thank you for putting your heart on paper and sharing it with the rest of us.

  • Grace Butler

    Angie, I bought this book at the Philly Women of Faith, the only book I purchased there.  I started out reading it feverishly, highlighting as I went along.  Then I allowed my busy schedule to get in my way of finishing it (I am really not a good reader, would rather listen to a book on tape).  Each time I would pick it back up, I was captivated all over again!  I just finished it today with tears in my eyes.  I just wanted to affirm you, your openness, your writing style (felt like you were in the room talking to me).  You are a terrific writer and speaker!  I don’t have paralyzing fears, just pretty normal I believe, but I think I have a greater understanding of fear and faith and I think it will (and already has) helped me in working with other women.  Thank you!  Keep going!

  • Angie Taunton

    Hi Angie! My name is Angie as well. I am currently reading your book I Will Carry You and wow!!! I recently lost a baby at 10 weeks and your book speaks volumes as to how I felt and contiue to feel at times.  We tried unsuccessfully for 7 years to have a child on our own.  After lots of prayer we decided to do invitro and became pregnant.  Without prayer and faith in OUR AWESOME GOD added to a little help from a dr this would not have been.  We welcomed a sweet baby girl in May 2008.  After her birth we continued to try on our own for a second and recently said that without doing invitro again that we would be happy with one.  So blessed to have her and we are happy with that.  Then a nice surprise came and gosh we were ALL so EXCITED!!!! It was heartbreaking to learn at 10 weeks the baby had no heartbeat.  Our baby girl was devastated when we had to sit down and tell her that her “brother” went to live with Jesus! She still talks about him just about everyday. A child’s love and devotion is like no other, so innocent.  Prayers to you and your family!! God Bless and thank you so much for sharing your story!

  • Bird Bryn

    Wonderful!!! I have been only reading like 5 pages of What Women Fear each day because I don’t want it to END because I would miss having you speak Truth in to my heart each day with your cup of coffee and arm wrapped around me! So now I can be confident in finishing the book and excited to hear from your next one! Yippie. 

  • Cristina

    It is so painful to lose your baby! I miss him so much…He is my fourth child , he is still mine he will ever be my child.I know i will see him again in Heaven but until then it is so hard… Will I ever get back my joy? 

  • Dianna

    I started the book today, I even have fear about starting a book about fear, ha.  I have always had a fear of losing loved ones, and have lost my mom a couple of years ago.  I have a child with special needs cerebral palsy and gtube that was given 3 months to live when he was born, and he is now 8 and a half.  He is extremely medically fragile and amazingly resilant.  I live in fear of losing him, not going to lie.  I am hoping to work on this through your book and am greatful that I saw your book advertised on theconfidentmom.com.  I went out and bought it as soon as heard about this.
    Dianna

  • Cindy

    Angie, I just recently heard the song, “I Will Carry You”.  I burst into tears.  Several years ago, my husband and I got pregnant.  We were so excited to welcome the arrival of our first child.  Unfortunately, the day we went for our 5 month ultrasound, we found out our son was deceased.  Because of some other complications, I had to be induced and give birth.  18 hours of labor later we saw our baby boy, Chayton Alexander, for only a few moments and then he was gone. The doctors assured me that with surgery, all could be corrected and I would have another child.  After the surgery, I developed a terrible infection because of a mistake on the doctor’s part, which destroyed any further chances I had of having my own children.  We did everything we could medically do and I prayed and prayed, but we never could have any children.  We decided to adopt, but were told that the waiting list for a baby was at least 10 years and many thousands of dollars in the US.  We became adoptive parents through our local county and were told that there were no babies to adopt.  They matched us to a 3 year old little girl.  We love her more than life itself, but there is not a day that goes by that I don’t feel the pain of loss and wander what it is that I have missed.  I watch as my sisters, friends, and even the high school students I teach have their own babies, while I will never.  I just wait and pray for the day when I will finally meet my son in heaven.  Until then, I do what I can to survive.

  • Chenelle

    Heard you speak via online stream at OakHills Church! What a wonderful story. You have definitely helped to open up my eyes to the blessings God gives us everyday and that his plan is bigger than our own. Thank you for sharing your  story!

  • Linda

    I heard you preach at Oak Hills this morning.  Thanks so much for what you shared.I thought you might like this poem….  Thanks! LindaThe Well of GriefThose who will not slip beneath
    the still surface on the well of grief

    turning downward through its black water
    to the place we cannot breathe

    will never know the source from which we drink,
    the secret water, cold and clear,

    nor find in the darkness glimmering
    the small round coins
    thrown by those who wished for something else.David Whyte

  • Charlotte Harris

    I heard you speak this morning at Oak Hills and so enjoyed hearing you.  I look forward to reading your book.

  • Beth

    I, too, heard you speak this morning, and spoke with you afterwards.  I’m sure you must meet a million women who share their story of loss with you, and yet you were gracious and kind and genuine.  Thank you for sharing your heart and for sharing Audrey with the world.  I also wanted to thank you for asking if I had pictures of my son, Evan, because in the 2+ years since losing him, not a single person has ever asked if I had pictures.  I’m sad that I didn’t have any with me, but am so touched that you asked.  I look forward to hearing you speak again at the Women of Faith conference here in San Antonio in October, and to also read your new book.  :)
    Thank you!
    Beth

  • Dawnpoverman

    Good morning! I live in San Antonio and attend Oak Hills Church – Journey campus – How did I miss you?!  I have been reading What Women Fear for over a month now. This morning I feared picking it up! It has touched so many raw spots in my soul.  This morning I read about the search for significance thaat threatens to rob us of the very good work to which Jesus has called each one of us.  Thank you for the realization- the WORDS- that it is in our insignificance -in Christ- that we bring our Heavenly Father glofry. I am that woman – wife, mom, gramdmom, Bible study teacher, leader of young women – who STILL wrestles with the lies of the enemy, trying to comvince me that my worth has something to do with me and my latest performance.   I am so grateful for the reminder to compare myself to the heart of my God, not others. Angie your words are good and true and right on target to the heart of women. I am recommending your book as I believe it hits straight to women’s  (at least this woman!) hearts. P.S. I really am bummed I missed you at Oak Hills. How can I see your speaking schedule?  

  • Kim Terry

    Love you sister! Just finished What Women Fear. I must tell you that in a family filled with stressors and potential fears that could fly me to the moon, your book could not have come at a more perfect time. It was God’s plan indeed that I had your book from a WOF conference in Baltimore…..I brought it to the beach with me this week. I find myself re-reading pages and pages of your book, highlighting as I go, realizing how much your words have eased my fears this week. It is like doing my very own private bible study on the beach! Bless you for your encouragement….I cannot WAIT to read I Will Carry You.

    In His Grace,
    Kim Terry/Upperco, Maryland

  • Rachel

    Angie,
    I feel like we’re pen pals or something because my mom gave me “I Will Carry You” a couple of weeks ago and after I read it I bought “What Women Fear.” You so eloquently examine what it is like to be a woman of God in the midst of life, grief, and everythign else. Thank you for blessing us with your experiences and wisdom and may the Lord continue to bless you.
    Rachel

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  • Irina

    Hello Angie, I saw you speaking @ the Women of Faith Conference in San Antonio Texas. I was so touched by your testimony. So I bought your book “What Women Fear” . Needless to say I fell in love with it. It spoke to me in so many ways. So I decided to start a Bible Study on this book. I will let you know how it goes; we are starting Jan 26, 2013. You are an amazing writer and such a role model for many women. May the Lord Bless you! In Christ Irina Quintana

  • cathy

    I have never commented before. I remember when you wrote your boob, “I will carry you. You touched my heart in so many ways.

    I have a friend who is pregnant with her first baby, a precious baby boy. They were told that their blessing has, Anencephally. . This is where the baby does not have a skull to cover his brain. He will not be able to sustain life outside the womb. When the parents were informed about their baby through ultrasound. The Dr. told them that they needed to abort the baby that day. Being the Christains that they are. They choose “To Carry Him.” They feel that God gives and HE takes.

    I told her about your book and she read it. She felt such a connection with you.

    The time is coming soon. She will be giving birth to Ezekle Anthony very soon via c-section. Her heart is hurting because he is alive with in her. His heart beats, she feels him move and she feels that he is safe in her womb. She is placing all of this in Gods hands.

    Her one wish is to have a bench made in her baby’s memory. They are very expensive. I was wondering if you knew any way to fund raise or any kind of foundation that might be able to help her get the memorial bench. My heart hurts so much for her. I am also so very proud of her.

    Would you please take a momant tocheck out her facebook page. “Blessings of Ezekel Anthony.” It would mean so much to her. To me. Maybe you will be able to lend some insight.

    Thank you so very much.

    Cathy
    glsfnathotmaildotcom

  • cathy

    I meant to say…wrote your book!! sorry

  • Sarah C

    Hi Angie!

    I attend Woodmont Baptist Church in Nashville and our women’s Wednesday night group is reading “What Women Fear.” The group ranges from 18 years to 80+ and we are truly enjoying your story as well as realizing how God working in our lives. Personally, I had an experience yesterday that I blogged about on my Christian Walk blog dailycupofgrace.wordpress.com. I talk about how from WWF that I realized that I should lean into the failure as opposed to running from it or averting it like my naturally tendency is to do. Thank you for your candidness and spirit. We appreciate you!

  • KTE

    I recently had a miscarriage. I read your book “I Will Carry On”. It provided much comfort. Thank you for writing about your loss from a Christian perspective. May God continue to bless you and your beautiful family.

  • Linda wright

    Hi Angie. I met you today st blue cross arena. I said your speech changed my life. I lost my dad and stepmom to cancer this year. Have been mad at god and stuck. U made me realize its ok to not have a perfect relationship with god as long as u believe. Also your lesson told regarding yur daughter sharing the smallest piece of cookie made me see that god has a better plan for me with more chocolate chips. Thank you for being you. Hope to hear from you. U r a huge inspiration. God bless. Linda

  • Pastor in Georgia

    Angie, I am hearing a lot about your books and was wondering what church you attend and how long you have been associated with that church. I haven’t been able to find much about your beliefs on your websites and as a pastor before reading or recommending them I’d like to have some idea what your doctrinal views are. Usually if I can’t find this information on the website if I can know what church an author is associated, it lets me know. Thanks!

  • Sarah Garfin

    So nice talking with you today on “Everyday Relationships.”
    You did a great job. You have such a kindness and grace in your words.
    The Lord Bless you.