Rhythms of Rest
40 Devotions for Women on the Move
Find respite to simply be still and spend time with the Lord. These 40 meaningful devotions from leaders in Black and multicultural communities and churches invite women to pause and reflect on Scripture as they ponder topics like soul-care, sisterhood, seasons of life, and Spirit-led living. Women will find daily sustenance and strength from the personal stories, reflections, questions, quotes, and Scripture passages shared by their sisters in Christ.
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Simply be still and spend time with the Lord!
Selah is a term you will find many times in the Psalms and it's understood as a pause or a rest. That's exactly what these 40 devotions will do for you . . . give you the freedom in the middle of your go-go-go, minute-by-minute schedule to just be with God. Take a moment to retreat and hear from God, to relax in His love, and to remember His protection, provision, and promises.
You'll be renewed each day by the personal stories, reflections, questions, quotes, and Scripture passages shared by your sisters in Christ. Suzan Johnson Cook and fellow contributing authors are leaders and influencers within Black and multicultural communities and churches, and their devotional themes speak strength to a woman:
- Seasons of Life
- Safe-Space Sisterhood
- Spirit-Led Living
- Starting Over
Because you do so much for your family, your church, and your world, do something for yourself! Rhythms of Rest gives you space for retreat and renewal with your heavenly Father.
Suzan Johnson Cook has served in many roles including pastor, author, activist, faith advisor, and keynote speaker with over 3,000 speeches to her credit. She was US Ambassador for International Religious Freedom and served as the principal advisor to the president and secretary of state, having 199 countries in her portfolio. Suzan was the first woman to serve as chaplain to the New York City police department, as well as the first and only female president of the historic Hampton University Ministers Conference, the largest gathering of African American clergy in the world. She served as pastor for three New York City congregations, including standing-room-only “Lunch Hour of Power” mid-week services and seminars for the business community.
|Publish Date:||Aug 2, 2021|