Seek Shelter: Stories to Soothe Your Spirit During Natural Disasters

Seek Shelter: Stories to Soothe Your Spirit During Natural Disasters


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You will encounter at least one natural disaster in your lifetime-directly or indirectly. Your natural reaction will be to seek shelter. And yet, the very thing you seek can feel most elusive.

How do you cope in the wake of natural devastation? How can you recover? Will life ever be the same? Can any good ever come from something so bad?

Seek Shelter is a collection of inspirational stories by authors who have uncovered the good in the rubble of natural disasters. Hurricanes. Blizzard conditions. Wildfires. Tornadoes. From the most violent side of nature can sprout rest, comfort, and peace.

Seek Shelter offers you:

  • Light-hearted stories to soothe your spirit
  • Scriptures to settle your internal struggles
  • Suggestions on how to stay encouraged after the storm

Some of the writers in Seek Shelter have had to seek physical shelter from natural disasters while others have not. But all have sought shelter from life's storms in the warmth of family and friends-even strangers-and most of all, God.

Seeking shelter? Stay with us a while.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781717210555
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/15/2018
Pages: 156
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

Daphne Tarango is a freelance writer who comforts others with the comfort she has received from God. Daphne inspires others to take biblical steps to personal growth and freedom. She also writes about her struggles with chronic illness and pain.

Daphne's work has appeared in Just Between Us, {in}courage (a division of DaySpring), Living Better 50+, The Gabriel, Ruby for Women, Rest Ministries, and Mentoring Moments for Christian Women. Daphne contributed chapters to various three chapters in the compilation Women of the Secret Place (Ambassador International, 2012). The thankfulness journal, Dragonflies, Ketchup, and Late-Night Phone Calls, is her first book. ¡Alaba! is the Spanish-translation.

Daphne speaks at recovery events. She was a leader in a local Christ-centered recovery program, where she facilitated open-share and step study groups. The book Show Some Love: How to Be a Friend to Someone in Recovery is for families and friends of those in recovery programs. Her book, Groove: Stories to Refresh The Way We Think and Feel about our Mental Illnesses, is a devotional for people who struggle with mental illnesses, such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, etc.

Daphne lives in the Southeastern United States. She is the President of Lakeland Christian Writers, a chapter of American Christian Writers (ACW).
Daphne enjoys solitude; nature walks; journaling; experimenting in the kitchen; the arts; and spending time with her husband, her three children, their three dogs, and two cats.

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