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Almost There: Searching for Home in a Life on the Move
The impermanence of home tends to be one of life's most recurring surprises. Is it possible to build a permanent sense of home in a rootless life? If home is where the heart is, what can we love that will quiet the restlessness within?
Take heart. You aren't adrift after all. When our hope of home is rooted in an unchangeable God, we are not uprooted, lost, ot made homeless by change. We become found ones on the move.
|Title: Almost There: Searching for Home in a Life on the Move|
By: Bekah DiFelice
Number of Pages: 208
|Publication Date: 2017|
Weight: 6 ounces
Stock No: WW464710
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On the move . . . again? Wondering when you will arrive?
Sometimes God leads people out of familiar territory so he can tell them who they are. That moment you depart, you experience reinvention, renewal, and freedom. You get a redo on the adjectives associated with your name.
Almost There is for those on the move and those who feel restless right where they are. Its for those who struggle with not belonging, with feeling unsettled, with believing that home is out of their reach, at least for the moment. And Almost There is for those who find themselves in a transient lifestyle they didnt expectsay, moving across the country for a new job or the military or an opportunity to begin again.
With imaginative storytelling and witty, relatable prose, Bekah DiFelice offers wisdom for those struggling to belong in a world where home is constantly shifting. When our hope of home is rooted in an unchangeable God, we are not uprooted, lost, or made homeless by change. We become found ones on the move.