Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Day By Day: A 40-Day Journey With the Daily Office
In this groundbreaking devotional, Peter Scazzero introduces the ancient spiritual discipline of the Daily Office. Its basic premise is simple: we need to be intentional about pausing to be with God. For each day, two offices are given: Morning/Midday and...
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In this groundbreaking devotional, Peter Scazzero introduces the ancient spiritual discipline of the Daily Office. Its basic premise is simple: we need to be intentional about pausing to be with God. For each day, two offices are given: Morning/Midday and Midday/Evening.
This is your guide to intentional, meaningful communion with God.
We all struggle to find daily time to be with God for the nourishment of our souls. This book is your key to resting fully in the awareness of his presence, increasing your self-knowledge, and growing deeper, closer to God.
In this groundbreaking devotional, teaching pastor and bestselling author Peter Scazzero invites you to the ancient and yet powerful spiritual discipline of the Daily Office, the practice of pausing morning and evening to reflect on God's work in your life.
In the midst of the hustle, we have to create interludes to re-center our hearts on the presence of God. For eight weeks, each morning and evening devotional will help you create that much-needed space for silence and reflection. You will be encouraged with thoughtful readings and questions to consider. And after each a closing prayer, you'll return to your day with a renewed sense of purpose and peace. This devotional is drawn from the bestselling book Emotionally Healthy Spirituality and can be read as a companion book or enjoyed on its own.
Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Day by Day will anchor your life on the invitation to love God with all your heart, mind, and strength. In this guided journey, you'll discover the spiritual nourishment, joy, and peace that comes from meeting with God every day.
Pete Scazzero (M Div, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) has received widespread recognition for building a large, multi-cultural, multi-racial church, with more than fifty-five nations represented, in America's most ethnically diverse neighborhood. In 1987, Pete and Geri Scazzero founded New Life Fellowship, a flagship congregation for an association of churches. Today the movement includes five different congregations across New York City (four in English, one in Spanish), and two overseas (Dominican Republic and Colombia).