Battle cry (noun): a loud shout given by soldiers to frighten the enemy or to encourage their own side.
We all have a story to tell. Our life stories, the real and the messy ones, are God’s battle cry. They are meant to encourage one another and to push back the enemy—but they must be shared to do that.
In Battle Cry, author Jordyn Glaser shares her story, her personal battle cry. Filled with both trials and tribulations, she chronicles her journey to discovering the beauty of her brokenness. Through her experiences of being born with a complicated heart condition, having children with rare birth defects, and the emotional roller coaster of multiple adoptions, Glaser acknowledges the strength of Christ and the value of being refined in the fire.
Glaser uses her own story as a tool to rally the troops. She encourages all to stop living small and to fight big. In Battle Cry, she delivers the message that we weren’t created to be the hero of our own stories—we were created to be the rescued.