Listening for God

Listening for God

A Minister's Journey Through Silence and Doubt

Book - 1999
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In this superb book, one of America's most respected ministers teaches readers how to re-ignite their faith when their once warm and comforting relationship with God is interrupted by a period of spiritual isolation. Reverend Renita Weems, who experienced an ebbing of her own religious commitment, addresses two fundamental questions: How do you maintain faith when there are no obvious miracles in your life, and how do you recognize the presence and voice of God?

Her answers, relevant to people of all classes, genders, and races, focus on discovering the links between worship and spirituality and the work-a-day world. By redefining the routines of daily life -- from bathing a child to commuting to work to caring for an elderly parent -- as sacred rituals graced with God's presence, she provides invaluable guidance for weathering periods of disenchantment and hearing God's message over the din of worldly demands and distractions.

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1999.
ISBN: 9780684833231
Branch Call Number: 287.8 Weems 1999
Characteristics: 204 p. ;,23 cm.


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