Fiercehearted: Live Fully, Love Bravely

Fiercehearted: Live Fully, Love Bravely

by Holley Gerth


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A fiercehearted woman looks life in the face and says, "You can't beat me." She knows love is a risk but reaches out anyway. She chases Jesus with a tender, world-changing wildness. She never gives in, never gives up, and never lets go. Best of all, the potential to be a fiercehearted woman is inside each and every woman on earth.

In her most powerful book yet, beloved bestselling author Holley Gerth inspires her readers to become the stronger, braver, truer women they long to be by sharing personal stories of her own struggles and victories. As readers join Holley on this journey, they'll discover a freedom they never imagined could be theirs: the freedom to experience life, love, and faith to the fullest because fear can no longer hold them back.

For the woman who is restless or longing for more, Fiercehearted is an invitation to the life God has always meant for her to embrace.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780800722890
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/03/2017
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 337,469
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Holley Gerth is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, certified life coach, and speaker. She loves connecting with the hearts of women through her popular blog and books like You're Already Amazing. She's also cofounder of (in)courage and a partner with DaySpring. Holley lives with her husband, Mark, in the South. Connect with her at

Table of Contents

Introduction 13

1 Unexpectedly Fiercehearted 17

2 Being Woman 22

3 Dream Machine 26

4 Scratches on the Wall 29

5 Hiding in Stalls 33

6 Swing Hard 37

7 Muddy Glory 41

8 Mango Closet 46

9 Off the Shelf 50

10 Outside the (Pink) Lines 54

11 Bone in the Chicken 59

12 Shake the Jar 63

13 Flops and Rafters 67

14 Praying Wronger 70

15 Room for Knobs 74

16 Wearing the Hat 78

17 Shiny Rocks 83

18 Red Teapot 87

19 Like Water into Wine 92

20 The Ride 96

21 Crazy Sparks 100

22 Ordinary, Divine 104

23 All Favorites 108

24 Cheeky 112

25 Get a Hanky 116

26 Emotional Duct Tape 121

27 Pedicures, Mice, Therapy 126

28 Brave, Hard Thing 131

29 Different Kind of Sad 136

30 Showing Up 141

31 On Ragamuffins 145

32 Kind, Not Nice 149

33 Oh, the Audacity 154

34 Involved 158

35 Not the Only One 162

36 Hey There, Friend 167

37 Farther, Not Faster 171

38 Everyday Faithful 175

39 What I Know Now 179

40 Casseroles, Yodels, Love 184

Epilogue 189

Discussion Questions 197

Acknowledgments 201

Notes 203

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Fiercehearted: Live Fully, Love Bravely 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 56 reviews.
KHTaylor More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite book Holley Gerth has authored. I honestly wasn’t expecting that, but she writes this one in a vulnerable way that drew me into her stories that reminded me of my own stories. Everyone has their own hard parts of life, but Holley’s words in this book spoke right into my life as if she was cheering me on. Through her words, I remembered I can’t control others or their reaction, rested in the truth that loosening my grip isn’t giving up, and was assured as I take some steps to let God make me whole. I want to live in a bolder yet kinder way and “Fiercehearted” gave me insight into doing so.
More_Than_A_Review More than 1 year ago
Fiercehearted by Holley Gerth is a book where she becomes vulnerable and transparent. She open up about her own personal experience both good and bad. She shares her struggles with depression, anxiety, perfectionism and fear. She wants us to realize we are not the only one feeling these emotions. She shares these in such a friendly personal manner that you feel she is sitting across the table from you. The chapters are short so you can read one a day or devour the book in a day. The book will encourage women and they will be able to relate to Holley and many of her experiences. I highly recommend the book.
Becky6 More than 1 year ago
I’m trying to make it more of a point to read more non-fiction. Sometimes I struggle when it comes to Christian Living because I’m not a huge fan of the feel good and very little Scripture (if any at all) kind of read. I’ve been hearing fantastic things about Holley Gerth so I decided to check out Fiercehearted. Holley Gerth is raw, genuine, and pours her out into this book making it vulnerable and real. She writes in a way that it feels as if you’re sitting with her in a coffee shop drinking coffee with her. She uses stories from her own personal experiences to show truths that every woman knows but sometimes struggle with. She shows that we’re all imperfect and falls short. It’s as if she gets it. Her vulnerability will encourage her readers to want to be more open with others. It’s not because we’re not pretty enough, good enough, or any of that but because as believers, we belong to God. This is a book of hope. The chapters are super short which I think were the perfect length. Whether you’re busy and only feel like reading a chapter or two when you can or you just feel like reading several chapters. There are discussion questions at the back of the book so you can easily use it for a book club. There is some Scripture, but not as much as I would have liked. It is a book that you can learn a lot from and will encourage women everywhere. Recommended. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher for my honest review, which I have given. I was not required to write a positive review and have not been compensated for it in any way. All opinions expressed are my own.
Amaack More than 1 year ago
As I sat down to read Fiercehearted, I anticipated another prescriptive book telling me how to live my life. What I should have remembered from going through the You're Already Amazing study, also by Holley Gerth, is that nothing about Gerth's writing is entirely prescriptive.  Fiercehearted takes you on Gerth's journey towards learning to live fully and love bravely. It was like sitting across the table from a dear friend and listening to her tell you of all the things she's come to learn and believe over the years. The anecdotal tales and reveal a little more about God's character. And personal stories of heartache that end up in redemption. The reminder that our story doesn't always look the way we think it will, but there can be joy in the end.  There was a hope in these pages, a reminder that we can learn through story. We don't need everything to be spelled out for us. We can learn to embrace God in the small moments of regular life. Of pushing through the pain to review the story on the other side. Fiercehearted reminds us that we are strong because of God inside of us. We are invited to rethink the way we've always done things. We're reminded that sometimes faith requires living our lives a little bit differently.  It's a beautiful reminder to me that we all have a beautiful story. Rather than living someone else's story, we can be fiercehearted when we embrace the story we've been given.  I received a copy of this book from the publisher. This review is my own, honest opinion.
michelemorin More than 1 year ago
The Fiercehearted come in all shapes and sizes on this day, and their beautiful faces circle the table from all ages and stages of life. A gray-haired woman sips orange soda facing a 96 year-old faith warrior who prays fiery gospel truth over our meal. Our hostess chows down at one end of the table, mounding up joy like the whipped cream on her brownie pudding cake as if the cancer that has dogged her steps for ten years were only a minor inconvenience. A missionary on home assignment contemplates aloud the challenges of living on both sides of an ocean, but it’s clear that she is among the company who have borne seed with tears but now rejoice over a harvest. In her manifesto scribbled in the dim light of an airplane seat, Holley Gerth has drawn the boundaries wide and grace-filled for who gets to wear the the name “Fiercehearted,” and her words have found their way into a book she never intended to write. When Holley disembarked from that plane, she walked away from unhealthy peace-keeping behaviors, signed up for counseling, and committed herself to the “brave, hard thing” of acknowledging and dealing with conflict in healthier, peace-making ways. For her, that was Step 1 of learning to take grace — not just for salvation, but also for making a way through a life, lived fully. Fiercehearted is a series of essays devoted to one woman’s journey of learning to love her successes and her failures by grace alone. Digging into its pages like a prospector, I collected bright nuggets for the reader who has become tired of feeling controlled by fear, of living alone with her imperfections, and of being shackled to continual striving. Hear and believe these gentle reminders that God is tender toward your brokenness and stands ready to cover you all over with His righteousness: If rules and systems for prayer don’t help you, let them go! “I love my husband very much, but if someone gave me all kinds of rules for how I had to talk to him, it would stress me out and shut me up. I would become focused on my performance instead of our connection.” (72) Stop imagining that you can somehow control how other people will respond. “There’s no escape hatch from being an opinionated human surrounded by opinionated humans.” (90) The church is an appropriate place for freedom and for fun. “[W]e can sometimes intellectualize faith to the point where learning takes the place of living. . . We are not just minds. . . . We want to feel fully alive.” Holley invites readers to embrace freedom in Christ without fear; to sing from the depths of our hearts and our lungs; to laugh together and to forget about how “important” we are; to enter into joyful celebration. Or even to enter into a crazy photo booth at a church celebration! The true gift of fiercehearted living is the freedom to admit to imperfection, to accept it in those we love, and to live genuine, messy, and imperfect life in community. “[S]ometimes it’s inconvenient and annoying and downright exasperating to be human. But it’s what we’ve got to work with. So perhaps one favor we can do for each other is to not believe anyone has it all together . . .In other words, we all need more kindness than it seems.” (124) Holley’s words have tumbled onto the page at just the right time for me. Coming down the home stretch on raising a family of boys, I’m thankful for a new baby granddaughter who will need to see what strong looks like. Finish reading at Living Our Days
Nblean More than 1 year ago
Opening the pages of Holley Gerth’s _Fiercehearted: Live Fully, Love Bravely_ is like stepping into a coffeehouse and diving into a conversation with a close friend. Captivated by the unveiling of her personal story, I found myself warmed and comforted by Holley’s words of encouragement, words that spoke directly to my heart, words jam packed into passages that lifted my soul and tugged at my spirit to read on. In fact, Holley invites the reader to do more than just read; she invites you, the reader, to sit right beside her: “There’s a twin of this chair right across from me, and I imagine you sitting in it. . . Maybe you have a lemon scone or a blueberry muffin, and I’m hoping you’ll pass me a bit of it (this is always what I am hoping with baked goods). We talk for a while and I listen hard.” And with that initial invitation, I was transformed into more than a mere reader, but also a friend along the same journey. In my favorite chapter, “Outside the (Pink) Lines,” I got to know Holley much more, learning about the book babies she raised until God gave her the word “love” that led to Lovelle. Yes, I finally got to meet Holley’s daughter and understand the backstory of heartache that God knit into His perfect patchwork portrait, a new vision for Holley’s life. And I realized I’m not the only one who’s got a painful backstory God painted into a beautiful picture. After reflecting my own pink lines, I thought if Holley’s a fiercehearted woman, maybe I am, too? Next, in “Red Teapot,” Holley gave an all-important reminder that we do not control how others respond to life, and, likewise, they don’t control how we respond. Holley’s liberating loose leaf tea metaphor perfect for this chapter (thank you!) reminds us that just as we can “taste and see that the Lord is good” (Ps. 34:8), we can also pick a better attitude toward others and ourselves that will sweeten our relationships like honey in our favorite cup of tea. Finally, in “What I Know Now,” I tearfully read Holley’s letter to her younger self in amazement, silently rooting on each encouragement, because she was writing to me, to my younger self, to women everywhere no matter their ages. In this letter, Holley unmasks the one question that changes everything: “We can ask, ‘Am I doing this out of fear or out of love?’ Busy is always afraid.” And my answer is, I’m suffocated in busy. So, I vow to allow my experiences to shape “my becoming” and not just more meaningless comings and goings. I vow to stop hustling, to stop feeding the lack, and be enough. And I vow to embrace who I am, escapee to the library and all. Yes, I raise my tea cup to _Fiercehearted_ for the courage in its pages to be all He’s created us to be, to fully live and bravely love.
parmilespages More than 1 year ago
This is a difficult book to describe; it is encouraging and food for the soul. It digs deep into the emotions and inner thoughts of what it is like to be a woman and spurs us on, as readers, to be brave and live fully. The author writes with familiarity both from the perspective of having lived through tough experiences as well as common life experiences; and as a friend sympathizing, as you tell her about your own struggles. Holley descriptions are so well articulated that the reader is drawn wholly into the narrative. She is very relatable and gives you permission to be the creature God created you to be without apology. Here is a quote from the book that speaks to that thought. “Maybe we have defined beauty all wrong. Because I have known many artists, and when a piece has what it needs to fulfill their vision for it, they stand back and say ‘Beautiful.’ And it doesn’t matter a bit to them if anyone else agrees. The artist gets the final word.” The chapters are short stories with a lesson that seem to build as the book progresses explaining and emboldening the reader to live resembling a fierce hearted woman. My favorite chapters were the ones where she talked about her daughter, Lovelle. It brought tears to my eyes the way God granted her the blessing of becoming a mother, such a sweet story. I would highly recommend this book. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell in exchange for an honest review.
CaraPutman More than 1 year ago
This book met me where I am right now. A woman who is frazzled and determined, tired and committed. In the print version, I turned it into a devotional of sorts by writing out prayers after each short chapter. I also listened to the audio version, and because the author narrates the book, it felt like we were sitting down across from each other. Her vulnerability and realness has challenged me to be more open about where I'm living. Not for the sake of being perfect, or pretty, or loved, but because I know who I am and Whose I am and because of that I can love from a position of strength. This book simply whispered hope and that I am seen into my soul at a time I desperately needed that reminder. I highly recommend this book.
Gretnel511 More than 1 year ago
This book is a must read for all women, no matter your age or what season of life you are in! We know that as believers, God has given us all that we need to live a godly life and a life fully surrendered to Him. A life that is vibrant and energetic. A life that doesn’t compare itself to others or believe the lies that the enemy whispers to us. However, too often we fall into the comparison trap, or believe the enemies lies, or feel unworthy or unequipped. In this book, Holley comes alongside us and reminds us that we were created to be fierce-hearted women. Those who “look life in the face and say, ‘You can’t beat me.’ Know love is a risk but reach out anyway. Understand kindness takes real courage.” It’s like the pep talk from our best friend that reminds us that we have what it takes, we can be brave, and we aren’t in this alone.
CryssieAddis More than 1 year ago
“A fiercehearted woman looks life in the face and says, “You can’t beat me.” She knows love is a risk but reaches out anyway. She chases Jesus with a tender, world-changing wildness. She never gives in, never gives up, and never lets go. Best of all, the potential to be a fiercehearted woman is inside each and every woman on earth.” – Fiercehearted Do you desire to be fearless? Fierce? Braver than you ever have been? If you are longing to grow stronger into the woman you were born to be then this book will speak to you! Holley Gerth is a best selling author, counselor and certified life coach who not only encourages you but walks along side you and shares her own stories with you. Not only does she share her life and heart with her reader but she does this in a way that makes you feel less alone. Each chapter would bring me to a place of wanting more of Him and to be more FOR Him. It’s SO good that I’m going to read it again and you can join me! You are invited to do a book study with the author and some of her friends.
StacyA64 More than 1 year ago
Holley is like an old friend, in that I've read several of her books and it's always so comfortable slipping into a new one. Holley has such an easy style of writing that is just like sitting down to chat with a friend you haven't seen in a while in some cozy spot with a lovely pot of tea between you (and must have cupcakes!) I love that no matter what the topic Holley is warm, funny, and real. She doesn't balk at sharing the messiness of her own life, just so you can know you are not alone. And that, is pretty much the point of Fierce Hearted. You are not the only one. I am not the only one. We're in this mess called life together and we're feeling and experiencing the same stuff. It was easy to see myself in Holley's words. I don't know how many times I read a passage and thought, "Oh my gosh, I do that!" or "I feel just like that!" or "That is soooo me!" I fit the description of a woman who has allowed fear of what others might think to stop me from doing and experiencing so much in this life. Like a true friend, Holley doesn't just tell us we're doing it wrong, she tells us how to let go of our expectations and comparisons and fears, to turn our faces boldly to the wind and live fully, to partake of all God offers us. As a licensed counselor, her advice is spot on and shared from personal experience. She puts her heart out there with yours. My heart was so touched by Fierce Hearted and I am still pondering many of the points. I am also excited to pass my copy on to someone I know who is nearly paralyzed by fear because I hope Holley's loving advice and wisdom will help set her free. This is such an excellent book and I recommend it for all women. We can all stand to live a little (or a lot) more fully!
pinkwarriorjan More than 1 year ago
This book is wonderful! The read is easy with concise chapters -- you can just pick up the book for a few minutes and get inspired. Holley speaks to a woman's heart like no other writer I know. She gets "inside" the emotions and thoughts of women and provides encouragement and inspiration. Her positivity is contagious. Holley's focus on moving past our negative thoughts and into the confidence we have as daughters of the King is what the women of today need to hear!
dSouthernGal More than 1 year ago
Holley’s best book, yet. Her honest open warmth for women comes out so clearly. We are more similar, than different and behind all our brokenness, Christ makes us fiercehearted women. As fiercehearted women, we celebrate being brave, courageous and without fear. We step out and tell our stories.
jessicanmathisen More than 1 year ago
Do you ever read a book that is just so perfectly timed for where you're at? That's what Fiercehearted by Holley Gerth was for me. I have read a couple of her other books and been so encouraged by her kind tone and warmth. But friends, this book was unlike any of her others. There was a depth to this book that was unlike her others because it was just. so. vulnerable. In Fiercehearted, Holley graciously shares about the ups and downs she's working through as a woman who's trying to love Jesus with her life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! It was such a wonderful read. Not only is the content great and inspiring, but the format makes this book easy to digest in small chunks, allowing us to focus deeply on each tasty morsel of a chapter. I recommend this book to every woman because we are ALL Fiercehearted!
RachelleCraig More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love this book! I have read other books by Holley Gerth, and loved them as well, but Fiercehearted is on a whole different level. Holley is so genuine, vulnerable, and down to earth in this book. She shares past experiences from her life, and no matter what experience she shares, she finds a way to bring it around to God and gives Him all the glory. From meeting her husband, to going through the pain and heartbreak of infertility, to adopting her daughter when her daughter was 20 years old, and even now, the joy of being a first time NaNa! Through every joy, every trial, every heartbreak, and every blessing, Holley gives God all the glory and continues to strive to be a fiercehearted woman!  Holley has a heart for helping women become comfortable in their own skin. She is not only an amazing writer, but also a counselor and life coach. In this book, she shows us how to avoid the "comparison trap", embrace our lives, be the women that God created us to be by using the gifts He blessed us with. To live fully and to love bravely, and to be a fiercehearted woman!  During the launch of this book Holley had a giveaway and one lucky winner would receive an hour long phone call from Holley! That lucky winner was me! On the evening of the scheduled phone call I was a bit nervous, wondering if I could think of enough things to talk about for an hour. I was so blessed and touched by our phone call. Holley was so easy to talk to, and seemed like I had known her for years! She prayed for some specific things for me, and it was the most heartfelt, beautiful prayer I have ever heard! Thank you Holley! You truly touched my life through that phone call and through this book!  This book is written in short chapters and is such an easy read. I had a hard time putting it down, and plan to read it again! I have already bought copies to give to other women in my life that I know will be just as blessed as I have been by reading Fiercehearted! I give Holley Gerth and Fiercehearted 5 stars!!!!! I was given a free copy of this book from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, in exchange for my honest review. This is my honest review.
shannan williams More than 1 year ago
This is the first book I have read by Holley Gerth. I am going to have to read some of her other ones now because this was so good. I loved the honesty in this book. The author shared personal experiences in each chapter, then related them to how she is the woman she is today. I was able to relate to quite a bit and I appreciated the insight that she gave. She was very real throughout this book and I honestly really enjoyed it. I highly recommend this book to every woman. I received this book from the publisher and all statements are my honest opinion.
been-there More than 1 year ago
Loved this book by Holley Gerth! Every chapter it's own little story and every story it's own little lesson in faith, hope, strength, grace, bravery, struggle, kindness, friendship..... life. Holley ministers to the hearts of women by encouraging them to live fully in who God created them to be. Her vulnerable, heart-wide-open writing makes you feel as if you're sitting in a room together, sharing stories of a long and intimate friendship. This book will touch your soul and remind you that you're not alone. As Holley says on pg. 183, "Let's remember that we are all still in the middle of the messy, beautiful work of becoming."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The message of Fiercehearted is the reminder that we can be both weak and strong, messy and beautiful, afraid and courageous. I don’t about you, sweet friend, but that’s a message I need. "Let’s make this our declaration: instead of trying to have it ALL TOGETHER, we will dare to do real, messy imperfect life all together." Holley Gerth, Fiercehearted: Live Fully, Love Bravely
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fiercehearted by Holley Gerth had me nodding agreement again and again. Through her stories of childhood and resulting lessons, she encourages all to live fully and love bravely. Holley is not afraid to tackle fear, comparison, perfectionism, grief and more. She takes these topics and scatters grace, God’s truth and understanding throughout. Fiercehearted is not for the fainthearted, but is sure to capture your heart and fill you with reminders of the beautiful you God created.
Pam Dow More than 1 year ago
“Fiercehearted” by Holley Gerth is a life-giving book! It’s a breath of fresh air in the times we live in. Through short stories and applicable quotes from other authors, Holley leads the reader through her journey with Jesus to become a “fiercehearted” woman! I found myself in so many of her stories. Her book instilled in me a greater desire to walk more closely with Jesus to truly “live fully” and to “love bravely”. In Chapter 16 she talks about wearing a specific hat and feels unworthy to wear it. "The gift itself is the only requirement for you to use it. We have every right to wield with force and holy wildness all he has placed within us." Wow, I love that! I want His “holy wildness”. This is one book that I will definitely read again and share with friends! I received a pre-release copy from Revell for my honest opinion of this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a Fiercehearted woman! When my heart was deeply wounded a few years ago, I determined that I wanted a complete healing. I didn't want to forever bear the scars of my wounding. I fought hard against the bitterness and anger and self-pity that took root initially, going before the Lord daily for deep and sometimes painful scrutiny of my heart, allowing Him to point out my wrong and hurtful thinking and asking Him to transform me with truth. God healed my broken heart. It was all Him, and I gladly give Him all the credit. The healing is so fresh that I still thank God daily for it. But here's what you need to know. I put the work in that God required for my healing. I spent time with Him, memorized scripture, chose to forgive over and over and and kept my heart soft by choosing to love. It took time, work, determination and lots of grace. The bottom line is I fought fiercely to keep my heart engaged instead of allowing it to harden. And I didn't stop fighting for a healthy heart after years had passed and I still felt the sting of rejection or the pain of my loss. I didn't give up and I didn't give in. You shouldn't either. That's why I love Holley Gerth's new book Fiercehearted. You're going to love it too. Holley reminds us, through simple vignettes of her own life experiences, that we are all fiercehearted women , stronger and more determined than we often give ourselves credit for. She encourages us to fight through life's setbacks, struggles and losses to keep our hearts soft and malleable in the Potter's hands. And she propels us to engage with grace when we'd rather shrink back with resignation or lash out in fear. Whether your heart has been broken or simply become weary, I encourage you to read Holley's new book. It's the kind you can read a few pages a night, savoring Holley's reflections, and lay your head down to rest encouraged and soothed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fiercehearted is a totally amazing must read. I have had a most difficult year. My youngest niece lost a baby boy at a 104 days old the morning after Mother's Day. Dealing with my brother's wives has always been a challenge, so the timing of this book has been a true Blessing! I often relate to Holley's writing as we are both introverted and have never physically given birth to children of our own but never more than in Fiercehearted. I wanted to be done with humans everywhere for always and always. Except I knew I still was one. And I sensed Jesus-very kind and tender and knowing far more than I what it is to feel crucified, waiting quietly for me to decide what to do? (pg.19) Kindness comes from love. Jesus was kind, but He was not nice. He spoke the truth from His heart. (pg. 151) Thank you to Revell books for providing me with a free review copy of this book. All opinions in this blog are my own.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great read by Holley Gerth! In this book Holley encourages and empowers all of us women to become the fiercehearted women that we are capable of becoming in Christ. This has become my favorite Holley Gerth book without a doubt. It was truly life changing!
KDeLong More than 1 year ago
Are you a Fierce Hearted woman? Would you say that you are a woman who "looks life in the face and says, 'You can't beat me''? Or a woman who "chases Jesus with a tender, world-changing wildness"? Maybe your answer is "YES! That's me!" or maybe it's "No, I'm the opposite of Fierce Hearted." Either way, either answer, Holley Gerth's new book (that launched today by the way!) is for you. Trust me. Holley has this sweet voice that she uses to write, but at the same time it's not so sweet that you can ignore her challenging you to live with a fierce heart. I really appreciate that about her writing. Sweet and to the point, while being fierce and heart-changing. In Fierce Hearted, Holley walks us through some of her own personal stories to show us how we can live lives that are free and full of joy, purpose, courage and perseverance. All while pointing us to the One who created us to be strong, fierce hearted women. So, go get yourself this book. And join Holley, me and many others in living life as fierce hearted women who are holding "on to our belief that God is never, ever done with our stories (pg193)."