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(in)courage is a virtual living room where we build community, celebrate diversity, and become women of courage.

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  1. I had previously “liked” (in)courage on Facebook… I liked the post, does that count? 😉

  2. I am not on Facebook but I love (in)courage because it is real and it is a great place to share.

  3. I don’t have Facebook, but I like (in)courage and have since I discovered it. Does that count?

  4. Hello!!! I liked {in} courage on facebook. Think I have tweet–but I am not sure.!!!And if I have it I am not really sure how it works!!!! Thanks and blessings!! Barb

  5. The platter says it all that it should about Christmas, LOVE! I will like this on facebook. It is a wonderful addition to add to the decor of Christmas cheer to send this message of love to others who see it.

  6. Hi. I clicked on the link for Facebook to like. But the page doesn’t exist and it takes me to my homepage. I DO like inCourage 😉 so I’d be happy to like it anyway!

  7. I “like” incourage on facebook & I shared the link on my page! What a wonderful site for women!

  8. I have already “liked” (in)courage on FB, and I have tweeted as “chillatlife94” about my love for all of you gals as you continue to be real, raw & authentic as you submit to His call on your lives. Thank you for blessing my in so many ways with your messages (tearing up) as I feel a like minded about HIM with you all.

  9. I liked your page on facebook. 🙂 It’s about time since I’m always sharing links there anyway. Thanks for what you do!

  10. just tweeted:
    no matter how many voices share on @incourage their posts always speak to my heart. Am blessed to worship w/so many women thru @incourage!

  11. Like you on FB
    RobertandDenise Wilson

    Beautiful platter! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  12. I just “liked” your page on Facebook. Thank you for making me aware that you had a page.

  13. I “liked” you on Facebook (have liked your newsletter for quite awhile 🙂 Thanks for the doing the giveaway drawing. Love that platter!

  14. Since I already like you on facebook (and I can’t “love” you there) just go ahead and enter me!! :o)

  15. I’m not on facebook but I love (in)courage…the teaching is amazing and always (in)couraging….thank you!

  16. Very thankful I found your ” incourage me website”. It has been a real spiritual blessing to me. I thank God for your insight and inspiration you have from God”s word and encouragement you give to me and to others.

    Thank you,

  17. Im not on facebook but I tell my co workers bout (in)courage all the time and I love this site 🙂

  18. Maybe it is “unchristian” of me to resent having to join Facebook in order to be able to “Like” you on Facebook in order to enter a contest. Why have your own website/blogsite then? I like coming here, but I do not trust Facebook at all.

  19. And I tweeted: “I heart @incourage . Online community where women can come & be real 2gether & (in)courage 1 another!” Truth! 😉

  20. I’m happy to find this website, just became one of my faves! I already”like” it in my facebook too.
    Thank you.

  21. Since my friend Rise told me (on facebook) about in courage I have been going to your page. I really “like” incourage. The first time I went, I copied part of a blog from Holley Gerth and my husband and I read it every night before we go to sleep. Isaiah 41:10.

  22. I liked on FB, I think. But I couldn’t find (in)courage on FB…just used the like button at the top of this page – hope that’s what I’m supposed to do!

  23. I “like” you on facebook! That’s how I’ve been keeping up with the giveaways everyday – they show up in my newsfeed.

  24. already ‘like’ your page and follow you on twitter. just tweeted that i love the blogs you share. they brighten my day!