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Camy's Matthew devotional book - price goes up 7/1

Just a reminder, the prices of Who I Want to Be ebook and print book go up again next week Wednesday!

For a limited time, my Matthew devotional book, Who I Want to Be, is only $0.99 for the ebook and $3.94 for the print book, which is the minimum marketplace price! Buy Who I Want To Be in KindleiBooks, and Kobo ebook formats, and buy print books on Amazon.

If you already bought the ebook, the ebook versions now have my pastor's foreword, so be sure to update your copies from wherever you bought them. The print version already has the foreword.

This sale is in celebration of the Japanese language version of the devotional, titled 本当の私に, which just released. I am very excited to have my devotional translated into Japanese and available to Japanese women who may be interested in Jesus Christ. If you know anyone who might be interested in this devotional book in Japanese, please do point them to the Japanese section of my website.

This book is a compilation of devotional readings that cover the entire book of Matthew. I was honored to have so many authors contribute to the book, some of them with more than one devotional reading.

Who I Want to Be

A devotional journey through the book of Matthew


For women struggling with all aspects of their lives, 31 authors have written heartfelt devotional readings through the Biblical book of Matthew. We pray that from this devotional book, you will realize that Jesus loves you deeply. You are not alone. There is no place you have gone that is too far away from God, and He can help you to be the person who you want to be.

Compiled by Camy Tang

Contributors:
Audrey Appenzeller
Victoria Bylin
Lyn Cote
Judy DeVries
Danica Favorite
Janet W. Ferguson
Deborah Hale
Eva Maria Hamilton
Sharon Hinck
Kristin Holt
Carole Lehr Johnson
Jill Kemerer
Wendy Lawton
Jackie Layton
Catherine Lynn
Autumn Macarthur
Kathy McKinsey
Dineen Miller
Robin Patchen
James L. Rubart
Renee Ryan
Regina Scott
Morgan Tarpley Smith
Anna Spencer
Jennifer Spinola
Camy Tang/Camille Elliot
Janet Tronstad
MaryLu Tyndall
Lenora Worth
Cheryl Wyatt
Kathleen Y’Barbo

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