God Calls Us to Do Hard Things

Lessons from the Alabama Wiregrass

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By Katie Britt

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Through her life story, rising Republican star Senator Katie Britt shares some candid advice for how to overcome personal challenges, appreciate blessed moments, make our lives more fulfilling, and keep an unshakeable faith in God, family and our country.

With grit and grace, Katie Britt has tackled a lot that life’s thrown at her. From working in her parent’s hardware store, to finding her path at the University of Alabama and marrying the captain of the football team, to an extremely close call with a tornado that destroyed her house while she held her baby in her arms, to her upstart campaign for the United States Senate, Britt has overcome setbacks, defied expectations and shocked the political establishment.
 
So how did Britt become the youngest woman in the U.S. Senate? GOD CALLS US TO DO HARD THINGS offers the hard-earned lessons and common-sense advice that Britt gained from her experiences – and it’s the kind of stuff many young folks need to hear. Topics and themes include: 
 
  • Focusing us on what you can control
  • Being unafraid to fail – while also taking criticism and tough love
  • Breaking past the limits we place on ourselves
  • Being a change agent – not a title holder
  • Sweating the small stuff of details and processes

Warm, humble, and often lighthearted, GOD CALLS US TO DO HARD THINGS is about how a determined young woman decided to enter the arena and make her mark. At a moment when the political process feels so toxic and broken, Katie Britt proves that there’s still a way to listen to your heart, serve, and inspire.

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On Sale
Nov 7, 2023
Page Count
288 pages
Publisher
Twelve
ISBN-13
9781538756287

Katie Britt

About the Author

Katie Britt is an American politician, attorney, and businesswoman who is the Republican Party's nominee for the 2022 United States Senate election in Alabama. She previously served as president and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama from 2018 to 2021, as well as chief of staff for U.S. Senator Richard Shelby from 2016 to 2018.

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