100 Days to Brave by Annie F. Downs
You were always meant to be brave. Whether you're coping with loss, making a major decision, or facing a fear, 100 Days to Brave will give you courage and confidence to move forward. With honesty and relatable humor, New York Times bestselling author Annie F. Downs invites you to embrace the path and plan God has for you.
Stop allowing your fears to hold you back. Face them head on with 100 Days to Brave as your devotional guide to walking the road to your most courageous self.
Dare to spend the next 100 days discovering how to:
- Experience personal growth, navigate difficult transitions, and overcome anxiety
- Conquer your fear so it doesn't hold you back
- Establish daily habits to keep you mentally strong
Impacting 400,000 individuals and families, 100 Days to Brave is for:
- Women (and men, too) of all ages
- Individuals wanting to ignite hope in their life
- Devotions by yourself, with a small group, or a youth group
- Gifts of self-care and self-discovery
- Birthday gifts, Mother's Day, National Best Friends Day, and holiday giving
As a society, we are going through a lot! With anxiety and loneliness at all-time highs, it's important that you take the next 100 days to discover that you are braver than you know and stronger than you thought possible.
Look for additional inspirational books from Annie:
- Let's All Be Brave
- Perfectly Unique
- Speak Love
Annie F. Downs is a New York Times bestselling author, sought-after speaker, and successful podcast host based in Nashville, Tennessee. Engaging and honest, she makes readers and listeners alike feel as if they’ve been longtime friends. Founder of the That Sounds Fun Network—which includes her aptly named flagship show, That Sounds Fun—and author of multiple bestselling books including That Sounds Fun, 100 Days to Brave, and Remember God, Annie shoots straight and doesn’t shy away from the tough topics. But she always finds her way back to the truth that God is good and that life is a gift. Annie is a huge fan of laughing with friends, confetti, soccer, and boiled peanuts (preferably from a back-roads Georgia gas station). Read more at anniefdowns.com and find her (embarrassingly easily) all over the internet at @anniefdowns.