My new Bible study, Newness of Life: Trusting God in Times of Transition, is now available in e-book format for Kindle and Kindle apps.
You are invited to join in on the discussion!
Are you searching for newness of life in your current season?
Perhaps you are in a season of pain: tearing down, grieving, letting go.
Perhaps you are in a season of recovery: mending, gathering, healing.
Perhaps you are in a season of joy: building up, planting, dancing.
How is your faith staying true in the changes?
Can you really trust God in your current season and seasons to come?
This study will help you apply Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 so you can understand God’s plan in your current season.
“There is a time for everything,
and a season for every activity under the heavens.” Ecclesiastes 3:1 NIV
No matter what season you are in, God is teaching you valuable lessons to grow your faith and trust in Him. We will discover what God is saying through the different times and activities we traverse.
I look forward to hearing how God is working in your current life season. I hope you will join in the fun and discussion on the online Bible study.
What readers are saying:
I totally loved this book because I can so relate to what Sarah had to say about the seasons of life. I know there were so many times as a young mom that I couldn’t do certain things I felt like I “should” be doing because I didn’t have the time or availability. If you feel like your dreams are delayed, you wish you had time for more or you’re not sure what to do now that one phase of life has turned into another– you need to read this!
Michelle Brown, Author of Energy Reset
In this study, Sarah gives us words of challenge and words of comfort. She follows verses in the third chapter of Ecclesiates and makes it applicable to our everyday lives. Her examples of how God has pursued her and taught her shows us that it is better to trust God than to doubt his love.
Laura Domino, Author of Heroine: Rising to the Challenge
This book takes you through a personal walk through Ecclesiastes 3, discussing each season of life, and walking along with a friend. Sarah, in the same familiar voice from her popular blog, discusses her own walk freely, and you feel as if you’re discussing God’s Word over coffee with a friend. Sarah’s prayers will break down a wall in your heart.
Rachel A., wife and mother
As I struggle through my own season of transition, I am made strikingly aware of God’s perfect timing through this book. From the title alone, I knew God was directing me and that He had used Sarah to help guide me in this transition.
Sandy S., wife and mother
Sarah masterfully uses events, stories, and accounts of her life as she weaves her way through Scripture. She provides numerous opportunities for the reader stop, reflect, and apply the message of the Bible to their life.
Alan Balmer, Author of 100 Day Vocabulary Word Devotional