We don't like to wait. From standing in line at the grocery store to anticipating God to move in our situation, each of us is familiar with the dreaded experience. The question then is not, "Are we going to wait," but rather, "HOW are we going to wait?" Discover today how to avoid emotional fits of impatience and doubt, and develop a biblical strategy for waiting well.
No matter how the details vary there is a path to waiting well. in A Journal for Waiting Well, Cheri Strange relates what we can learn through Scripture and provides a daily structure for navigating seasons of uncertainty. Each week of this three month journal centers on a different focal verse about waiting. The weekly format provides encouraging quotes, space to write down your reflections on Scripture and personal prayers, and places noting the movements of God in your life.
This book is designed to be used to deepen your relationship with the Lord while navigating the uncertainty and struggles associated with waiting. The struggle is real. This journal can help you marshal this season in your life to meeti it in confidence that God is, indeed, faithful to speak through His Word and to act while you wait.
|Publisher:||Surrey House Press|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.34(d)|
About the Author
Dr. Strange is a YouVersion Partner, speaker, an author with AMG Publishers and Surrey House Press, the president and founder of She Yearns Ministries, and writes and produces a weekly podcast. Her devotional content on the YouVersion App and Bible.com has reached 200,000 users in five different languages. Everything Cheri produces is for the purpose of stirring a deeper desire for God into everyday life, whether it be a devotional, a book, a Bible study, a video or podcast, or a journal.
In addition to ministry responsibilities, Cheri and her husband, Chad, of over twenty-five years are raising eight children, two of whom are biological, and six are adopted internationally. They have six girls and twin boys, who range in ages from elementary school to college. She understands the tension of trying to fulfill the simultaneous calling to minister effectively as well as mother exceptionally. Cheri is familiar with the challenges thrust upon parents of healthy as well as unhealthy children; and above average children, as well as those with special needs. She knows the weighty responsibility to love each one unconditionally no matter their background, skin color, or insatiable neediness. Believing that God never calls us to half-hearted pursuit or sets us up for failure, Cheri strives to use Scripture to lead, stir and encourage others to seek His Kingdom rather than our own, always and only for His glory.