The Outlier's Choice: Why Living an Uncomfortable Life is Worth It

The Outlier's Choice: Why Living an Uncomfortable Life is Worth It

Paperback

$12.99
Available for Pre-Order. This item will be available on December 7, 2021

Overview

One woman’s husband confessed to a secret life of multiple affairs and addiction. Another woman’s daughter died of leukemia shortly after her adoption was finalized.

Awash in their grief, Cortney Donelson and Becky Huber would have been justified in living a life of anger, bitterness, and sorrow after going through what can only be described as a wife’s—and mother’s—worst nightmares. But as Christians, these women were called to live set apart, to choose unexpected responses despite their heart-wrenching circumstances. And they chose wisely. 

For every Christian, faith can often feel uncomfortable. Fighting for hope is hard, and being set apart for God’s glory may feel isolating. Indeed, most aspects of the Christian life can be downright messy. In The Outlier's Choice, authors Becky Huber and Cortney Donelson make an inspiring case to choose the unexpected—to go against popular beliefs and walk through struggles in discomfort, becoming bold outliers for God’s glory.



Related collections and offers

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781631957727
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Publication date: 12/07/2021
Pages: 118
Sales rank: 247,615
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.28(d)

About the Author

Cortney Donelson is a God-wrestling, hummingbird-watching, marriage lover. She is the owner and principal writer at vocem LLC, as well as co-founder and editor of GirlStory Magazine. While she has ghostwritten several books, there is one other she can call her own—a memoir titled Clay Jar Cracked: When We’re Broken But Not Shattered, which describes her marriage crisis and the subsequent journey to redemption in vivid detail. She is a speaker and Bible study facilitator and has appeared as a guest on The 700 Club and Bloom Today talk show. As the Associate Publisher of Fiction for Morgan James Publishing, Cortney enjoys reviewing and recommending books for publishing. She resides in Huntersville, NC. You can find her at www.yourvocem.com. 


Becky Huber is a closet writer who prefers to keep it that way. She enjoys spending her quiet time journaling her thoughts and feelings to God. As she prepared to adopt internationally, God told her she would be telling her story to many. With a lot of trepidation, Becky is writing a memoir detailing her story of adoption, childhood cancer, and walking through the grief of the loss of a child. She has shared her story on Our Terminal and Lost Sparrows Facebook and Instagram pages. She resides in Vancouver, WA.

Customer Reviews