Tome - The Weekly Drop | Sex Scenes, Fitting In, Infertility + More!
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The Weekly Drop | Sex Scenes, Fitting In, Infertility + More!

We’re back at it again with an incredible upcoming week of Daily Drops. Our Guides have outdone themselves yet again, and are bringing some serious HEAT with this week's devotion drop.
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Troy Pollock

| CEO & Co-founder

We’re back at it again with an incredible upcoming week of Daily Drops. Our Guides have outdone themselves yet again, and are bringing some serious HEAT with this week's devotion drop. 

Coming up this week. 

What do we have for you? Here’s a taste of what’s coming:

Battling the desire to fit in
Struggling with infertility in marriage
Pressing “pause” on risque sex scenes… yes, really

Your lineup, featuring the stories mentioned right above, is going to look a little something like...

This week’s devotions go deep. We explore the power of disappointment, in ourselves and others. The hold it has over us and how sometimes (most of the time), our trust in God is the only guiding light we can rely on. Our hope is that you’ll experience the Bible in a different way this week than anytime before. 

Last week's rewind.

This week we covered stories of strength and weakness, highs and lows, destruction and refinement. The best part? They were real stories from vulnerable people just like you, who wanted you to hear what the Bible taught them through their trials.

Hopefully, these stories left you inspired to face your giants, mend that broken relationship, rethink giving up on your dream, build a community you trust, forgive yourself for the decisions you regret, and fully focus on the good. 

Speaking of “the good”, the good news is that you can still access all of this content! Check out last week's Daily Drop rewind blog.

A word of encouragement for the week ahead.

Pause. Deep breath. Let it all out with a massive exhale. Is anything weighing heavy on you this week? Maybe you sent out a mass email with a typo or you told your partner you’d do something and forgot. I’m sure you can think of something where you’ve felt like you disappointed someone. So breathe. It’s ok!