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Nestled in the simple rhythms of rural life, taking cues from forsythia, milkweed, and wild blackberries, Hannah Anderson meditates on the pursuit of peace and its natural companion, humility.
Part theology of incarnation, part stroll through fields and forest, Humble Roots reveals how cultivating humility--not scheduling or increased productivity--leads to true peace. By remembering who you are and Who you aren't, you can discover afresh your need for God and the rest that comes from belonging to Him.
|Title: Humble Roots: How Humility Grounds and Nourishes Your Soul|
By: Hannah Anderson
Number of Pages: 205
Vendor: Moody Publishers
|Publication Date: 2016|
Dimensions: 8 X 5.25 X .44 (inches)
Stock No: WW414595
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Feeling worn thin? Come find rest.
The Blue Ridge Parkway meanders through miles of rolling Virginia mountains. Its a route made famous by natural beauty and the simple rhythms of rural life.
And its in this setting that Hannah Anderson began her exploration of what it means to pursue a life of peace and humility. Fighting back her own sense of restlessness and anxiety, she finds herself immersed in the world outside, discovering a classroom full of forsythia, milkweed, and a failed herb garden. Lessons about soil preparation, sour mulch, and grapevine blights reveal the truth about our dependence on God, finding rest, and fighting discontentment.
Humble Roots is part theology of incarnation and part stroll through the fields and forest. Anchored in the teaching of Jesus, Anderson explores how cultivating humilitynot scheduling, strict boundaries, or increased productivityleads to peace. "Come unto me, all who labor and are heavy laden," Jesus invites us, "and you will find rest for your souls."
So come. Learn humility from the lilies of the field and from the One who is humility Himself. Remember who you are and Who you are not, and rediscover the rest that comes from belonging to Him.