Rebekah LyonsZondervan / 2019 / HardcoverOur Price$14.495 out of 5 stars for Rhythms of Renewal: Trading Stress and Anxiety for a Life of Peace and Purpose. View reviews of this product. 15 Reviews
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Joanne5 Stars Out Of 5Great StudyJune 28, 2021JoanneThis has been a great tool for me.I am currently studying this with a group of ladies from my church. very insightful and personal. I kinda wished it was a longer study than just 5 weeks but she has alot of personal time for you to do on your own.
Lisha5 Stars Out Of 5thought provokingMay 19, 2021Lishathis book was so thought provoking and full of wisdom and insight for daily living.
Living BoldlyAge: Under 18Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Very Highly RecommendOctober 5, 2019Living BoldlyAge: Under 18Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I very highly recommend Rhythms of Renewal: Trading Stress and Anxiety for a Life of Peace and Purpose by Rebekah Lyons. This is the book that my soul has been needing, because I've been battling with anxiety and stress recently. These are not new to me, but are nagging, recurring feelings that keep showing up. Rhythms of Renewal addresses the problems of stress and anxiety, but offers ways or rhythms to bring stress and anxiety to a manageable place. Rather than a to-do list that can create more stress, Rebekah Lyons writes from her heart with honesty, gentleness, and encouragement. She offers steps or practices that can smoothly flow into daily life, becoming a natural part of our own personalities.
In Rhythms of Renewal, I found a resource that will guide me toward integrating practices with real hope of living purposefully, intentionally, and abundantly; and help to bring my stress and anxiety from overwhelming to manageable. Don't miss this very important and helpful book!
*I received an Advanced Reader's Copy of Rhythms of Renewal from the publisher. I was not obligated to post a review. The opinion stated is my own. I have not been compensated in any way.*
Ruth5 Stars Out Of 5Yes!October 2, 2019RuthIn Rhythms of Renewal, Rebekah Lyons walks us the rhythms of Rest, Restore, Connect, and Create in an engaging and practical style. She is open and honest about her own struggles of finding rhythms. Every chapter has something challenging and thought-provoking on self-care, boundaries and rhythms. It is not a book to be read through quickly but digested piece by piece. I will be referring back to it time and again. If it is challenging finding rhythms in the chaos of life, this book can help. Dive in. You won't regret it.
NicholasV5 Stars Out Of 5Battle plan to fight against the stress and chaos of normal lifeOctober 2, 2019NicholasVQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5For the sake of total disclosure, I am a member of the official launch team for this latest book from author and podcaster Rebekah Lyons. However, I must say if I was simply gifted this book, I would give it a glowing review. Lyons is the author of bestseller FREE TO BE ME, and has another potential bestseller with her latest, Rhythms of Renewal. Lyons is a busy wife and mother of four, so she knows about how it is so easy to get frazzled and preoccupied in our busy world and shares her hard-won knowledge with her readers. And don't get put off by the pretty and feminine-looking cover of the book --- the book can be just as helpful to men as well as women (Lyons does not favor directing her comments purely to women).
Lyons focuses on the importance of healthy rhythms in life for people and families to thrive relationally, physically and spiritually. She divides the book into four aspects of this kind of healthy rhythm: Rest; Restoration; Connection, and Creation (Creativity). Each chapter is short and easily digested (about 10 pages on average). Within each of the 4 sections, the author describes such practices as finding quiet in the every day; detoxing from technology; walking in nature; eating brain food; the power of physical touch; initiating friendships; recovering or learning a new passion (hobby or interest); and learning to play as an adult. Throughout, Lyons presents herself not as an expert or one who has "arrived" at total peace and well-being; but as a fellow struggler and pilgrim who is simply willing to leave behind old unhealthful habits for new ones that bring about better mental, spiritual and physical health. Highly recommended!