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Connilyn Cossette

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Connilyn Cossette is the Carol Award Winning and ECPA Bestselling author of the Out from Egypt Series and the Cities of Refuge Series from Bethany House Publishers. When she’s not engulfed in the happy chaos of homeschooling two teenagers, devouring books whole, or avoiding housework, she can be found digging into the rich ancient world of the Bible. She delights in discovering new gems of grace that point to Jesus and weaving them into an immersive fiction experience. Connect with her at www.ConnilynCossette.com

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Connilyn Cossette The Out from Egypt series begins with the journey of an Egyptian slave experiencing the events of the Exodus and continues through the eyes of a young…moreThe Out from Egypt series begins with the journey of an Egyptian slave experiencing the events of the Exodus and continues through the eyes of a young Hebrew midwife at Mt. Sinai and concludes with the story of a Canaanite women who is taken captive by the Hebrews, ending with the fall of Jericho. The series basically tells the story of the Exodus from "outsider" perspectives. Hope that helps! (less)
Connilyn Cossette Hi Wanda, We just moved to North Carolina a year ago in February but lived in Texas for 13 years before that, so they are both kinda of correct :)
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“Yahweh is the creator of all that there is. He is the most real thing, the only eternal thing. Our hearts will stop beating, our eyes will close, the mountains may someday crumble, the trees will wither away, but Yahweh will always be.”
Connilyn Cossette, Counted with the Stars

“There is no army, no fortress, no giant that can stand against our God. No one. I have seen with my own eyes. I have walked through the bottom of the sea. On dry ground. I have watched as he humiliated Egypt and brought the mighty Pharaoh low.”
Connilyn Cossette, Wings of the Wind

“Someone once told me that Yahweh would make himself known to me, if I searched. And he did. Perhaps he will make himself known to you.”
Connilyn Cossette, Wings of the Wind

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This is the poll for January's Book of the Month - the book with the most votes will be the Group Read, and the book with the second most votes will be the Group Buddy Read.

Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
 
  8 votes 25.8%

A Heart Most Certain (Teaville Moral Society #1) by Melissa Jagears A Heart Most Certain by Melissa Jagears
 
  5 votes 16.1%

The Promise of Breeze Hill (Natchez Trace #1) by Pam Hillman The Promise of Breeze Hill by Pam Hillman
 
  5 votes 16.1%

Persecuted I Will Not Be Silent by Robin Parrish Persecuted: I Will Not Be Silent by Robin Parrish
 
  4 votes 12.9%

Counted With the Stars (Out from Egypt, #1) by Connilyn Cossette Counted With the Stars by Connilyn Cossette
 
  3 votes 9.7%

You'll Think of Me by Robin Lee Hatcher You'll Think of Me by Robin Lee Hatcher
 
  2 votes 6.5%

Catch a Falling Star by Beth K. Vogt Catch a Falling Star by Beth K. Vogt
 
  2 votes 6.5%

River's Song (The Inn at Shining Waters, #1) by Melody Carlson River's Song by Melody Carlson
 
  1 vote 3.2%

The Well (The Living Water, #1) by Stephanie Landsem The Well by Stephanie Landsem
 
  1 vote 3.2%

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