Cover Reveal and Launch Date!

Worthy Transformational Devotional By Jill Rohrbaugh


It’s here!!!!

I had many different covers to choose from but when it came down to it, in my heart, this felt right.

From His thorns, I found myself worthy.  It was by His thorns, that I realized I was the daughter of a King. Which meant I came from the royal bloodline of King David and more importantly, Jesus.  This woman has an invisible crown on her head.  And I pray after reading this devotional you too remember you have the same crown of faith resting on your head.

My Book will officially launch THIS Monday, February 1st!

Look out for my email on Monday morning with the link to purchase it! The first 50 women to purchase will be in my private Facebook group March 1st to go through the book together!

Can’t wait!

It’s Finished!


Years ago, God put a dream in my heart to write a book about my story and the lessons I learned, as well as the prayers I have on my heart.  Well, today I officially completed that dream. This February, my book “Worthy- A 3 Week Transformational Devotional to the Life God Want for You” will officially be published and out in the world.

My intention for this book is that it changes lives everywhere.  I pray, and I ask you to pray along with me, that women who never felt worthy, feel worthy because of Christ.

Pray that people come to Christ and are baptized because of the story God wrote for me.  And also pray that mature Christians are energized in their faith because of this book.

I am so humbled to see what God has done in my life and continues to do through me.  None of this was ever my idea or my wisdom or even my own motivation. (If you knew me before, I wasn’t that motivated for anything other than hanging out with friends, lol.)

Let me be clear, if I didn’t have the Holy Spirit in me, I would have never been equipped to do any of this.  This work is God’s but I give so much thanks, praise and glory that He uses me as a vessel to complete His work on earth.

I am forever grateful to be a child of God.

**If you are interested in the book, feel free to message me for pre-order details. Also, the first 50 women will be invited to go through the devotional with my virtual faith group @Fabulously Flawed Women.


New Year, New Goals

So many people start off the new year by setting goals. Whether it’s a weight goal, a financial goal, or a business goal, we all have goals in mind, right?
But my sister sent me a picture the other day of a woman we both follow on Instagram named Lindsay Matway (she’s an influencer who has done well at a young age.)  She typically does a Vision board each year and posts it. Ya know, one those boards that you make and you cut out pictures from magazines to visualize your goals? But instead this year, she held up her vision board and the only thing it said was “God’s Vision.” That was her goal. It was pretty powerful considering that every year I’ve seen this business woman set massive business goals on her vision board and attain them.
It was powerful to me because the board that usually held so many freshly and worldly desires, now held a spiritual desire. It let go of everything SHE wanted and handed it all over to what GOD wanted for her.
This is not an easy thing to do for anyone. But especially for someone who knows that they have literally envisioned a mansion and the next year it was theirs. I mean, that is this girls story!
I say all that because this year I started this YouTube channel with one goal in mind: Making God a part of everything. From clothes, to home, to kids, to marriage… all of it! And when I sat down on January 1st to make my “word of the year,” God was so clear that mine wasn’t a word. It was a phrase. And it’s this: “Remain in Me.” He repeated the words so many times. First, in my Bible as I was reading. Then when I watched a sermon. When I prayed. It was constant. That was where my focus needed to be and I was super excited about it.
I thought: Yes God! If I just remain in You, You will prune me and make me fruitful.
John 15:4 says “Remain in me, and I will remain in you. No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine. … “I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.”
I knew that everything I attained without God really meant nothing. I’ve experienced that. Sure, it gave me short term happiness, but that’s about it. I know though that thus far, everything I’ve experienced with God, have been the things that have had impact. I don’t mean little impact, I mean like kingdom impact. Where what I’ve attained with God changes not just my own life but the lives of many. And that’s the kind of impact God wants to make through me and YOU!
So seeing that picture my sent me just a few days after God giving me my goal to “remain in Him”, it was like a sweet wink from heaven.
Guys, we must give up our fleshly desires because the impact that we can have outside of those are so much bigger. They are more rewarding and they have eternal satisfaction as opposed to temporary happiness.
So this year as we think of our goals, let’s make sure we ask God if that’s what he wants for us. I pray that everything we do this year whether as moms, a wives, girlfriends, friends, business women etc.. that we do it with a kingdom mindset.
P.S.  One more encouragement: one of the biggest things we learned in 2020 was that we are not in control.  There were so many goals set  that could not be accomplished, yet again reminding us that not everything is in our hands.  So when we ask God what path He wants us to take, the circumstances in the world have no effect on the goals God gives us.
Jill Rohrbaugh