In 25,000 Mornings, the award-winning author of Keepers of the Testimony and Smooth Stones & Promises serves up daily portions of ancient wisdom.
In her first devotional, Fay Rowe writes for both the young and young-at-heart on varied subjects such as:
• Starting Out and Starting Over
• Believing Words
• Resting on the Rock
• Talking to God
• Never Giving Up
• Being Yourself and Living with People
• Clocks and Calendars
About The Author:
At conference events, women's clubs, Sunday morning services and Bible studies, as well as in fourth grade classrooms and over coffee at Tim Hortons, Fay Rowe has shared truths from the Word of God with simplicity, candor and humour. A wife, mother, grandmother, former school teacher and award-winning author, Fay believes in refusing to settle for anything but God's best plan. (More about Fay here.)
Passionate about God's integrity and faithfulness, Fay writes with a perspective that helps believers to:
- trust God, and grow in faith
- rise above fear, one promise at a time
- effectively share their faith with the next generation
My Thoughts On The Book: What an awesome book to read. Each page contains stories that any reader can find in their own lives. The book is an easy to read devotional filled with nuggets of encouragement and little reminders of God's importance in our lives. It was a quick and easy read but one you want to keep in your personal library to refer back to time and time again. The book contains topics that we can all relate to like:
Starting Out and Starting Over
Resting on the Rock
Talking to God
Never Giving Up
Being Yourself and Living with People
Clocks and Calendar
It was like having a conversation with a good friend. I loved it!
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