It’s Party Time!! Save the Date!

Hey there! I hope this Thursday finds you thriving. I’m super excited to invite you to the Official Book Release Party for One More Step: Finding Strength When You Feel Like Giving Up! WOOHOO!! God is so good and we’re going to take some time to celebrate what He has accomplished and will accomplish through this project! We have a ton of fun things in store, but I wanted you to be able to save the date. Here’s what’s happening:

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What: Celebration Party for One More Step: Finding Strength When You Feel Like Giving Up

When: Tuesday, October 2oth, RELEASE DAY

Locations: Columbus West Lifeway Christian Bookstore,

1657 Georgesville Square, Columbus, OH 43228,

Time: 7pm-8pm

ALSO: Right here on, for those unable to attend in person

Activities: Books available for purchase, Meet & Greet, fun giveaways and door prizes!

We’re going to have special giveaways that day on the blog, so if you don’t live close enough to participate in person on the event evening, you’ll have the opportunity to win some great prizes right here!

Alright, that’s the scoop! Check out the Facebook event page.

I’m so thankful for each of you, for the emails I receive from you cheering on the book, and for how you all pray for God to use One More Step to help many find everyday strength for living the life God has for us. I can’t thank you enough. God is good. Ok, I’ll hush; you save the date.

By his grace,


PS: In case you missed the Youtube or Facebook posting, I wanted to be sure to share the video testimony shown at church two weeks ago. The video clip where Taylor is still able to sing is one of my favorite memories of her. It’s only 3 minutes!



  1. Rachel,
    I taught students who experience sever multiple disabilities for over 20 years, I just wanted to let you know the answer to the pain, the anger, the questions you go through are (as I also have a daughter who has disabilities, though not sever or life threatening, they are many) found in St. John 9 vs. 3. Jesus answered: “Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents: but that the works of God should be made manifest in him.”
    Our love, our care, our devotion to our children and others is what matters most. I know the times of sadness that arise when you see your daughter unable to do the things others do, when each new illness strikes, the worry. But rest in God’s care. He’s got this!

    1. Amen, Mollie. Even in the answer of John 9, I find myself not understanding what that fully means. But God is good. All the time. All the time. God is good. He works everything, even the worst imaginable, into good if we allow it, even if we cannot see it. One day in Heaven, it will all be revealed. What a glorious day that will be!

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