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Intentional and Life-Giving Easter Gift Ideas for Christian Women

March 14, 2024

Intentional and Life-Giving Easter Gift Ideas for Christian Women

Looking for a thoughtful and life-giving Easter gift for someone you love or even for yourself?! We have pulled together a few of our best selling gifts starting at $20. All orders $50+ get free shipping!

 

Small Hand Painted Journal - $20

Popular for on the go journaling, prayer journaling, using for one particular Bible study, small group time, etc.
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Large Hand Painted Journal - $40

Popular for more long-term journaling. Great for work, to do lists, prayers, sermon notes, Bible study notes, etc.
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Hand Painted Bible - $120

Our original hand painted Bible. Beautiful texture, sealed to last. Give an intentional gift that is just as unique as each of our relationships with God.
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Love Identified: Finding our identities in God’s love & eliminating the enemies' access to our hearts - $22

Finding our identities in God. This devotional walks us through characteristics of God and who we get to be, as women, in His image.
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Warrior Words: Scripture Reference Tool - $22

A great topical scripture reference tool!
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Prayers for Peace - $22

A great topical prayer resource.
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Devotions for the Wheatful Woman - $26

A collection of quick devotionals authored by a handful of women. This tool is a powerful devotional for women on the go looking for routine heavenly perspective from women with varying life experiences.
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Gold Foil Blush ESV Journaling Bible - $60

A beautiful gold foil journaling Bible for the woman on the go! This Bible is a great size for a backpack, purse or to keep in the car.
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Ostrich Bibles - $135+

Our exotic and luxurious leather Bible line created with the intention of being an heirloom Bible. These Bibles are unlike anything else and we pray they spur on intimate moments with our God!
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