A God of All Seasons Review and Giveaway!

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About the Book

A God For All Seasons - r1 ebook coverBook title: A God of All Seasons

Author: TH Meyer & Amy Breitmann

Release date: August 28, 2017

Genre: Non-fiction

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.”

Book Trailer Video: https://youtu.be/fWupS5gTRoc

My Perspective

I felt the authors did a great job of sharing relatable stories that touched my heart. I connected with some chapters more than others, which is true of any similar book that I read. I think if I were to do this again, at a slower pace, I would chose to read one chapter daily as a devotional. At the beginning of each chapter is a bible verse – although I will mention that there is more than one bible translation used in this book, so I recommend having your bible with it to look it up on your own. The feel of this book was almost similar to a “My Daily Bread” book, or similar devotional. The only difference being the questions at the end.

Speaking of which, I really liked the questions provided at the end of each chapter. Some of them I found myself wanting to pretend I didn’t read them (basically because I didn’t want to approach that particular issue). The truth is, we all need that sometimes. Someone (or a book) to ask the difficult questions that will make us examine our walk with the Lord, the life we are living, and the example to others that we want to be. I appreciate the time and effort the authors must have put into creating these questions.

Overall I thought this was a nice devotional type book. I encourage you to give it a try, but read it slowly so that you can really concentrate on the versus and the questions. Who knows – maybe it’ll help your walk with the Lord! I received a complimentary copy of this book. I was not required to write a favorable review. All thoughts and ideas are my own.

 About the Authors

T.H. MeyerAfter 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/.

Or stay in touch with her at:

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/hendricksmeyer/pins/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tammy.h.meyer/ for personal photos and thoughts from home.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tammy.hendricksmeyer

Or Twitter: https://twitter.com/tammy_h_meyer/lists & find out what’s on her Twitter “Lists.”

Amy Breitmann

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.

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6 thoughts on “A God of All Seasons Review and Giveaway!

  1. Cool! I really like that devotional format, that draws you in and makes you think. And I agree, I kind of like my blinders, and pretending that I didn’t really just read/hear THAT QUESTION, is easy to do. Finding the confidence to really examine what needs examining, is hard, but SO worth it!

  2. Thank you for this thoughtful review! From what you’ve shared about the format and thought-provoking questions, I think this would be an ideal devotional for me! Thanks for sharing!

  3. I have read A God for All Seasons twice now and ordered the kindle version so that I can have it at a moment no matter where I am. A perfect way to remind myself that it is okay to be in a different season spiritually and to find the beauty in each one to help us appreciate the next. Thank you for sharing!

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