From five miscarriages, to adopting a child with special needs, to a ceaseless onslaught of medical issues, Rachel Shafer learned in the darkness how to expect God to come through—and He did, again and again!
About the Book: Life is filled with unexpected journeys, both good and bad. While it’s often easy to see God in the good times, it can be challenging to hold onto hope in the midst of tragedy and impossibilities. In the darkness, things often seem hopeless.
But what if God could introduce unexpected, supernatural solutions?
What if the giants you are facing didn’t have the final word?
What if something impossible and irreversible could be changed miraculously?
Wife, mother, and minister Rachel Shafer takes you on a raw journey through her compelling story, filled with angelic intervention, Holy Spirit revelation, divine dreams, and supernatural encounters.
From five miscarriages, to adopting a child with special needs, to a ceaseless onslaught of medical issues, Rachel learned in the darkness how to expect God to come through—and He did, again and again!
Be empowered to believe in the One who does the impossible.
Be overwhelmed by Jesus, not your situation.
Step beyond belief into the supernatural dimension of full trust.
See emotional scars reversed and rewritten in the signature of Jesus.
When you expect a God-encounter in your darkest hour, He will redeem what seems hopeless with supernatural answers!
About the Author: Rachel Shafer is an author, worship leader, songwriter and blogger. She published a children’s book, “A Bundle of Promise,” and has released two recording projects with Oasis Worship. Her message is one of hope and expectation in life’s unexpected moments. Rachel resides in Ohio with her husband and four children.
Whether you’ve been hustling and grinding at the influencer game for several years or you’re brand new to the scene, you no doubt have questions. The hard part is finding somebody competent to answer them.
I’m so excited for you to meet influencer marketing pioneer Brittany Hennessy. She shares actionable solutions for the challenges you’re facing right now, so you can break your platform through to the next level and sustain it for years to come.
About the Book: If you’ve ever scrolled through your Instagram feed and thought, I wear clothes, eat avocado toast and like sunsets, why can’t someone pay me to live my best life? this book is for you.
Every one of your favorite influencers started with zero followers and had to make a lot of mistakes to get where they are today—earning more money each year than their parents made in the last decade. But to become a top creator, you need to understand the strategies behind the Insta-ready lifestyle.
As nightlife blogger, then social media strategist, and now Senior Director of Influencer Strategy and Talent Partnerships at Hearst Magazines Digital Media, Brittany Hennessy has seen the role of influencers evolve and expand into something that few could have imagined when social media first emerged. She has unrivaled insight into where the branded content industry was, where it is, and where it’s going. In this book she’ll reveal how to:
Build an audience and keep them engaged
Package your brand and pitch your favorite companies
Monetize your influence and figure out how much to charge
Plus tips on:
Landing an agent
Getting on the radar of your favorite sites
Praising a brand without alienating their competitors
Whether you’re just starting out or you’re ready for bigger campaigns, Hennessy guides you through core influencer principles. From creating content worth double tapping and using hashtags to get discovered to understanding FTC rules and delivering metrics, she’ll show you how to elevate your profile, embrace your edge, and make money—all while doing what you love.
A pioneer in the influencer marketing industry, she lends her expertise to brands, small businesses, and influencers as a consultant.
Brittany is the former Senior Director, Influencer Strategy & Talent Partnerships at Hearst Magazines Digital Media and the first person to hold that title. She is also a member of the Real-Time Academy of Short Form Arts and Sciences where she judges the annual Shorty Awards and the Shorty Social Good Awards.
Brittany is an active member of New York Women In Communications, Inc. and has served on the board of directors as Vice-President of Scholarship & Awards and Vice-President of Student Affairs.
"Stranger Things doesn’t intentionally retell the gospel story. But the fact that the story has so many points of analogy to the saga of Jesus and his followers against the powers of darkness isn’t coincidental."