Book Giveaway: Holy Guacamole by Carrie Stephens

July 13, 2020

Holy Guacamole

Disclosure: I received this book for review purposes only. Any opinions are my own.

Although I was not pulled in right away after the first chapter, once I turned to chapter 2 to read the author Carrie quote Nacho Libre, a family favorite movie, I knew I had to continue reading on, to persevere and that is my take away from Holy Guacamole. Sometimes in life we have to persevere to find out why we were made, to find our purpose, to fully understand God’s plan for us.

Carrie shares honest and heartfelt stories with unexpected bits of humor and an interesting take on scripture. She reminds us that we all have more similarities than differences. We are all valuable, we are not a side dish, we are not leftovers, we are unique, a gift, and fancy tableside guacamole!

I am so glad I persevered this mind opening read. It left me with lots to think about! Enter to win a copy below.

"Author and speaker Carrie Stephens has a message your heart needs to hear: You. . .me. . .we’re so much more than a plate of rice and beans. We are all holy guacamole--crafted with great skill and flair by the Master Creator. Generously seasoned with humor and empathy, with stories of triumph, failure, heartbreak, and redemption. Holy Guacamole will connect your heart to the unchanging truths of God’s Word and the unfailing power of God’s call to live a life full of His love for you and for the world."
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"Carrie Stephens is a writer, speaker, secret donut hoarder, and mom of four. She loves Jesus and His church more than coffee and good Tex Mex. Her first non-fiction book, Holy Guacamole (Shiloh Run Press), released in February of 2020. Carrie was also a contributing author in The Christian Mama’s Guide to Having a Baby by Erin Macpherson (Thomas Nelson, 2013). Her essay, Broken Prayers, was included in Kathy Lipp’s book, Praying God's Word Over Your Life (Revell, 2013). Carrie loves communicating through story, humor, empathy, and Christ-centered teaching. She regularly speaks at churches, conferences, women’s retreats, Bible studies, on panels, and in leadership settings."

Carrie and her husband, Morgan, started out as campus missionaries at the University of Texas, and have helped lead Mosaic Church, a richly diverse community of faith in Austin, Texas, since 2010.

For more information or to inquire about having Carrie speak at your event, visit
Also on instagram at: @wordsbycarriestephens and twitter: @cstephenswrites.

Holy Guacamole


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