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About the Book
A God of All Seasons
“What if your spiritual life landed in the grip of a wintered soul? How does one’s faith survive?
Discover the beauty and challenge of spiritual seasons as Tammy & Amy remember parts of their stories in order to draw out your own. Learn to perceive God’s companionship even when you don’t sense His nearness. And unearth, not only a God who created the seasons, but one who also walks with you through them.”
Where to purchase
You can purchase your copy of A God of All Seasons through Amazon.
About the Authors
After living in Asia and Europe, T.H. Meyer’s family planted roots on their Texas farm in 2008 where they live among fields of Rye and Bermuda. Tammy is a writer and creative strategist who also moonlights as a social media specialist. She’s the mother to three children and author of, A Life of Creative Purpose: Embrace Uniqueness, Explore Boldness, Encourage Faith and Social Media Strategies: Discovering Powerful Tools of the Trade without Losing Your Soul for Christian entrepreneurs maneuvering the daunting and soul-sucking world of online marketing.
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Amy’s (Amy Breitmann) bio: Amy weaves together ministry and writing alongside her husband and two children in Augusta, GA. She is a writer, speaker, and founder of “The Lydia Project,” a national ministry for women facing cancer and is a storyteller for ViBella Jewelry, an international company that employs artisans in Haiti and Mexico. Her published works include pieces in Chicken Soup of the Soul, Mosaic: Sojourners of Faith, and Guideposts Magazine.
Some seasons of life are joyful and some are downright painful. Are you able to see the blessings in each season?
A God of All Seasons is a collection of devotional essays which will encourage you to slow down and notice the benefits different seasons bring to our lives. Reminiscent of Ann Voskamp’s One Thousand Gifts, the authors share pieces of their own stories and the lessons they learned through trying times. Within each season there are reasons to be thankful if we will only slow down and see them.
The descriptive style of writing encourages reflective thinking, and each essay is followed by a few questions designed to encourage further reflection in our own lives. These essays are loosely tied to Bible verses, but they are not essays on the verses as much as they are heart reflections of God’s work in the authors’ (and indirectly our own) lives.
If you are busy, or if you are going through a particularly trying time, A God of All Seasons may bring that calming respite that your heart needs as it looks at God’s handiwork in our seasons.
(I received a complimentary copy of this book. The thoughts expressed here are entirely my own.)
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