Amanda Jenkins is an author, speaker, mother of four and the lead creator for The Chosen’s extra content, including The Chosen devotionals, volumes I and II, The Chosen’s children’s book, The Chosen: Jesus Loves the Little Children, and the upcoming What Does It Mean to Be Chosen?: An Interactive Bible Study Guide. She has written six books, including Confessions of a Raging Perfectionist, a memoir that has inspired women’s Bible studies and conferences all over the country. She specializes in writing and teaching raw authenticity in our faith and lives just outside of Chicago with her children and husband, Dallas, creator of The Chosen. See Jesus through the eyes of those He touched. This 40-day devotional inspired by The Chosen TV series, will draw you closer to the Messiah as you walk the dusty roads of the people who encountered Him. Each of the 40 devotions contains a Scripture, a unique look into a Gospel story, suggestions for prayer, and questions that can impact you in the same way as those Jesus met when He was on earth. The Chosen is the first-ever multi-season series based on the true stories of the gospels of Jesus Christ. Watch for FREE now at https://thechosen.tv/app/ https://studios.vidangel.com/the-chosen/welcome/
Rilee is a 22-year-old Gold Medalist, 2015 World Indigenous Games. Rilee is from Siksika Nation, Alberta (Blackfoot territory). He struggled with suicide and has lost family members due to suicide. His sister asked him what he wanted out of life – he said to run in the Olympics. “A goal will save a soul”.
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