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Shauna Niequist

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  • Prayers To Help You Thrive

    $19.99

    Life doesn’t always go your way, and during those times you may feel let down and unhappy. The world is full of cancelations, changes, and a great deal of pain. But, if you rely on God, put your faith in Him, and go to Him in prayer, you can thrive.

    Prayers to Help You Thrive is a beautiful mix of devotions, Scripture, prayers, and prompts that will help you develop and strengthen your time with God. Inside you’ll find:

    *gorgeous full-color pages with art, callout quotes, and room to write.

    *entries written by New York Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist, Chike Chukudebelu, Katie Hardeman, Margaret Hogan, Denise Hildreth Jones, Tsh Oxenreider, Rachel Randolph, and Alece Ronzino.

    *relevant topics of discussion such as social justice, economic equality, social media addiction, mental health, balance, prayer, relationships, and decision-making.

    You can read individually or invite friends and family members to join you. This book is perfect to use as a daily devotional or as a small-group resource. Work through each entry at whatever pace works for you–daily, every other day, or weekly.

    After completing Prayers to Help You Thrive you’ll:

    *have a deeper relationship with the Lord and a more consistent and meaningful prayer life.
    *learn how to thrive no matter what season of life you’re experiencing.
    *better understand how to handle sensitive topics with grace and hopefulness.

    Thriving can feel difficult in our day-to-day, especially when life’s curveballs come. But God’s purpose for you includes thriving in His goodness and living with joy and confidence–through a relationship with Him. Come to Him today and thrive in the life and hope that is yours in Christ.

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  • Savor : A 365-Day Devotional For Living Abundantly Where You Are, As You Ar

    $22.99

    Reflect, pray, and cook with New York Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist. Savor is a 365-day devotional that helps you soak up the goodness all around you, be aware of holy fingerprints everywhere, and walk through each day cherishing those glints of the divine in the daily. Come and pause in these pages, day by day, and attune your senses to the fullness and presence of God all day long–whether that’s a hug, a tomato sandwich, a quiet moment, or a text from a loved one. Savor teaches:

    *To savor each day, whatever it holds–work and play, meals and prayers, the good stuff and the hard stuff

    *Life is all about relationships, and your daily relationship with God is worth savoring in every moment

    *Recipes from Shauna’s kitchen to enjoy around a table with your community

    Inside you’ll find:

    *21 delicious recipes, from summer salads to French toast to fondue

    *365 devotions–each devotion includes a short Bible passage, an insightful story from Shauna, and a thoughtful prompt to help you live out your faith

    *A ribbon marker to help you keep your place

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  • I Guess I Havent Learned That Yet

    $26.99

    A clear-eyed look at what happens when everything we’ve been clinging to falls apart–what we keep, what we let go, and how we’re transformed along the way.

    Just after her fortieth birthday, New York Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist found herself in a season of chaos, change, and loss unlike anything she’d ever experienced. She discovered that many of the beliefs and practices that had been useful up to that point no longer worked. After trying–and failing–to pull herself back up using the same old tools, she realized she required new ones: courage, curiosity, compassion, and self-compassion. She discovered the way through was more about questions than answers, more about forgiveness than force, more about tenderness than trying hard.

    I Guess I Haven’t Learned That Yet is a journey of both unlearning what is no longer helpful, embracing curiosity, and accepting the unknowns of midlife, heartbreak, and chronic pain. Niequist writes with characteristic candor and grace about the challenges and delights of a move from the Midwest to Manhattan, and also the challenges and delights of releasing our expectations for how we thought our lives would look.

    Follow Niequist on her journey to understand grief, to reshape her faith, to practice courage when all she wanted to do was hide. This is a book about learning how to live in a new city, learning how to get back up, and learning how to trust God’s goodness in a deeper way.

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