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If you long for deeper spirituality but feel that the busyness of life makes a close relationship with God challenging, and at times, impossible, this book is for you.
Ken Shigematsu shows that a vibrant spiritual life is for all of us--not just those predisposed to solitude and reflection. The time-tested spiritual practice of the "rule of life" can bring you into a closer relationship with God. A personal rule of life fits almost any vocation or life situation and shifts with you as life changes.
Journey down this ancient pathway and learn to enjoy God as you draw closer to Christ.
Number of Pages: 252
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 7.10 X 4.70 X 1.00 (inches)|
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Ken Shigematsu shows that spiritual formation is more than just solitude and contemplative reflections. Spiritual formation happens in the everyday, in each and every moment of life. For those caught up in the busyness of work, family, and church, it often feels like time with God is just another thing on a crowded to-do list. Ken explains how the time-tested spiritual practice of the rule of life can help bring busy people into a closer relationship with God. He shows how a personal rule of life can fit almost any vocation or life situation.
In God in My Everything, you will discover how to create and practice a life-giving, sustainable rhythm in the midst of your demanding life. If you long for a deeper spirituality but often feel that the busyness of life makes a close relationship with God challengingand, at times, seemingly impossiblethis book is for you.
Ken Shigematsu is the Senior Pastor of Tenth Church in Vancouver, BC, one of the largest and most diverse city-center churches in Canada. He is the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal awarded to Canadians in recognition for their outstanding contribution to the country. Before entering pastoral ministry, he worked for the Sony Corporation in Tokyo and draws on both eastern and western perspectives in writing and speaking. Ken lives in Vancouver with his wife, Sakiko, and their son, Joey.