* Are you hungry for God? Feast on these spiritually nutritious insights from the Book of Psalms! Reflecting on the relational aspects of our Creator, Burroughs's one-year devotional helps you experience God's love, compassion, and desires---and nourishes your soul with "good things" from his Word to sustain you in your faith journey. 384 pages, softcover from New Hope.
Do you hunger for God and the things of God? Do you long to experience a deep relationship with Him each day on your journey? Hunger No More, with 365 devotionals, is written to help you reflect on the relational aspects of your divine Creator. With fresh insights into His love, compassion, and desires for your daily walk, you will begin to experience a deeper and more satisfying walk with God. As John 6:35 states, "He who believes in me will never go hungry." Experience God in a new way and hunger no more. This devotional goes beyond the average experience. Complete with a topical index, there is also an online learning community and interactive features to connect readers worldwide daily. In addition, proceeds from the sale of this devotional will go to support WorldCrafts, a Christian fair-trade organization dedicated to empowering those in developing nations with employment opportuntities so those in developing nations can feed their families, escape slavery and exploitation, and receive dignity from meaningful work. The standard language for WC is: "WorldCrafts develops sustainable, fair-trade businesses among impoverished people around the world. Their vision is to offer an income with dignity and the hope of everlasting life to every person on earth."
Dillon Burroughs is a best-selling writer of some 30 books, including collaborative works with faith-based leaders, authors, and athletes. He has earned a growing reputation within the social justice movement. A minister and human rights activist, his main focus has been to further the rights of human-trafficking survivors in the United States. He is co-founder and executive director of the American Coalition of Abolitionists, a nonpartisan network of leaders fighting human trafficking and modern slavery in America and beyond. Burroughs has published numerous works on issues of faith and culture. He serves as senior researcher at the Ankerberg Theological Research Institute and lectures as professor of theology at Tennessee Temple University and Temple Baptist Seminary. Burroughs is a writer-in-residence at a Tennessee nonprofit with his wife, Deborah, and three children.
Have a question about this product? Ask us here.