About The Book
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If you were able to recognize God in every hard and sacred season, how might it encourage your faith to grow?
A God of All Seasons speaks to the heart when faith feels stuck as if gripped by the tendrils of an icy winter or one that lumbers to recover from a long reprieve, like returning from a summer sabbatical.
Through powerful and poignant storytelling, Amy and Tammy guide you on a journey that will lift your eyes toward God's ever-abiding presence through each season’s challenge. Discover hidden gifts of comforting grace and the sweetness of mercy as you meditate on a God who:
*gives you a new name
*never forsakes you
*rescues you from the pit
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.
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.
Join Tammy on her website: The Art of Fear Not: An Adventurous Life of Faith http://www.tammy-h-meyer.com/.
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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.
A God of All Seasons is a well-written non-fiction book that reminds us of God's presence in our lives no matter the season we're in. From the first page, Amy and Tammy drew me in with beautiful imagery and a unique voice. As they shared anecdotes from their lives, I truly felt as if I could relate to them.
Since I was reviewing this book, I read it at a faster pace than I would normally. I plan to read it again with one chapter a day as an addition to my Bible study. There's so much truth to pull from it. For example, this gem I found on page fifteen:
"And the truth is, I'm not enough. I was never meant to be. It's just time to let the letting go become letting GOD."
Several times I related to them as a fellow mom. One line in particular jumped out to me as I just weaned my youngest and potty trained my oldest.
"To preserve the smallness with parenting--to appreciate a hidden life--refines us. When every exhausted minute felt like an hour, when potty-training consumed every waking hour, our desperately tired hearts can collapse at the feet of Jesus."
Amy and Tammy have such a beautiful way of describing the seasons, and taking each moment and learning from them that I felt like I could glean so much from their lives.
The book is divided into four seasons with several short chapters. In the beginning of each chapter is a Bible verse. At the end, the authors provided questions to help you apply the truths to your life.
I highly recommend this book. I give it 5 stars. I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
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