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Walking In The Spirit

Published Date: July 26, 2017

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Book Description

“So I say, walk by the Spirit . . .”
-Galatians 5:16 

In a world full of ideas and thoughts about how you should be a woman, God still has something to say. By His design we are made and by His will for our life we can live abundantly. With as little as five minutes a day, this women’s devotional will help analyze what it means to be a woman in God’s perspective. You’ll find joy, peace, comfort, hope and love between the pages of the devotion. So join me, and my husband the best-selling Christian romance author T.K. Chapin as we explore what it means to be a woman of God.



CRYSTAL CHAPIN is married to T.K. CHAPIN. This is her first book.

T.K. CHAPIN is an award winning Inspirational Christian Fiction author who designs his stories to inspire and tug on your heart strings. He believes that telling authentic stories of faith, love and family helps build the faith of believers while inviting non-believers into the reality of God. Each story highlights how God can work in the lives of those who follow Him. Chapin gives all credit for his writing and storytelling abilities to God. The majority of his stories take place in and around his hometown of Spokane Washington. Chapin & his wife reside in Southeast Idaho and have three children. When not writing, he enjoys traveling, swimming and spending time with friends & family.



Donna- “Good story of how God sees us through trials. When, we reach rock bottom and it seems likes we are all alone, God is always there.”

Tracy- “Reading this book stirred up some emotions inside me, and I was reminded emotions are based on things left not dealt with …. so as I read I found myself unable to put it down, I wanted to know what was going to happen to Amy, I wanted to know if she’d be found and what her tangle of secrets would cost her…. I will be looking for more books in this series and by this author.”

Lee- “Domestic violence is never a subject women enjoy to read about, but Chapin did an excellent job of painting an accurate picture of its ugliness and how God can heal the brokenness. Great read! Thank you.”


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