Thursday, June 30, 2016

Dwelling Places by Lucinda Secrest McDowell

 Dwelling Places by Lucinda Secrest McDowell is a beautifully written devotional with personal stories applied to life situations. Every one is focused on one word and provides a scripture and a prayer to go along with it. There are one hundred thirty words to learn from and the book is separated into seasons and sections (Dwell, Shine, Renew, Grow). Sometimes I get too busy to sit down and spend an extended time reading the Word and this book provides an easy way to make sure I'm feeding my spirit with the things of God. 
Drown out the busyness and noise of everyday life and find a deeper faith with something as simple as a single word in Lucinda Secrest McDowell's new book, Dwelling Places. Through short and inspiring readings, McDowell unpacks a single word—such as mercy, beauty, gratitude, or grace—to reveal a biblical blessing or challenge relevant to where you are. Full of stories and illustrations to empower you to live the word you have just read, each devotional ends with a benediction, written as if God were speaking directly to you.

Join Lucinda in celebrating the release of Dwelling Places by entering to win her Season of Refreshment giveaway.

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One grand prize winner will receive:
  • A copy of Dwelling Places
  • Dwelling Places necklace handmade by Lucinda
  • A kit full of goodies you'll need to make refreshing lemonade this summer
One second place winner will receive:
  • A copy of Dwelling Places
  • Dwelling Places necklace handmade by Lucinda
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Enter today by clicking the icon below, but hurry! The giveaway ends on July 5th. The winner will be announced July 6th on Lucinda's blog.

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This book provided for review by Litfuse

1 comment:

Lucinda Secrest McDowell said...

Suzanne, Thanks so much for taking time to read my new book "Dwelling Places" and to post your comments. Yes, those two pages are sometimes all we have to start the day, but I'm glad the "word of the day" stays with us and causes us to remember God's Presence every moment. I hope you have a wonderful Summer! Lucinda