NOW on


Do you ever wonder if you’re the only one struggling to keep your head up? Are you consumed by feelings of loneliness, lack of joy and defeat?Do you find yourself rehearsing hurts over and over in your mind?

Gina Stinson is one of my hilarity-and-hope sisters. She writes with a blend of humor and transparency that makes spiritual truths somehow seem more attainable in our everyday lives. Her book, Reclaimed:The Story of Rescued Moments and Days, shows us how Jesus salvages us from our disasters and performs the ultimate fixer-upper in our lives.                                      


~Rhonda Rhea, TV personality, humor columnist, and author of 18 books, including the award-winning rom-coms, Turtles in the Road and Off-Script & Over-Caffeinated


The truth is, we all feel stuck sometimes. Reclaimed invites readers on a daily devotional journey, where Jesus is the rescue hero of every story. Sharing humor, hurts and highlights from her own life, Gina’s straightforward approach opens the door for fellow reclaimers to gain the victory over their own painful circumstances. The message of hope resounds through each story, bridging the hearts of the discouraged and down-trodden to the heart of the good Father. 

Within these pages you’ll find:


  • 60 Truth Packed Storytelling Devotionals

  • 100+ Stop and Reclaim Scripture Passages

  • A 24 Hour Daily Reflect and Reclaim Journaling Spot 

  • 60 Second Quick Tips for Reclaiming Your Days

  • Links to free online resources from the Author


Bio: After years of living in fear and defeat, Gina Stinson is busy reclaiming every day for God’s glory. She is a pastor’s wife of 27 years and mom of two. Between family and ministry, she dabbles in gardening, crocheting and playing music on her second hand, baby grand piano. She writes true stories of God’s reclaiming power and is a storyteller for those who have overcome their circumstances and embraced God’s goodness. 

About Me

I'm Gina Stinson...a southern girl, born in Tennessee and raised in Georgia. From an early age I remember loving discarded things, always attempting to reuse them in some way. Little did I know that would be the theme for my entire life.


Read More


    © 2019 by Going Places. Proudly created with Wix.com