A Day At The Beach – Devotions to help you relax, refresh and renew by Jedd and Todd Hafer has become not only my favorite summer devotional, but my go to book when I need to reflect, refresh, and renew my spirit.
This beautiful, orange leather pocket size devotional is filled with short stories and reflections centered around the Hafer brothers love for the beach. And their style of writing, storytelling at its finest!
If your the type that finds peace and quiet from life struggles at the beach, or hears God small voice in the roll of every soft wave, this book is for you. As you read through the devotionals, you’ll find yourself transported to the beach and the warm sunshine of Gods love.
There is no right or wrong way to read this book. One devotional a day, or sit and read it in its entirety, in order or jump around. It doesn’t matter, any way you decide to read through it you will find yourself renewed and refreshed.
“When we are present in the everyday moments, we find that God is present with us. And where God is, the flicker of a holy flame can help us see the commonplace in a whole new light.” “Wherever your treasure is, there the desires of your heart will also be.” Matthew 6:21
I loved this book so much I feel it deserves 6 out of 5 stars! You can get this little gem HERE.
Todd & Jedd Hafer’s Bio:
Todd Hafer, a veteran writer with fifteen books published, is editorial director for Hallmark, Inc. In addition to Stranger in the Chat Room and Mischief from the Back Pew, he has co-written Snickers from the Front Pew with his brother Jedd. He lives with his family in Kansas.
Jedd Hafer is a stand-up comic who has performed with some of the top comics in the nation and is the director of a home for troubled teens. In addition to Stranger in the Chat Room and Mischief from the Back Pew, he has co-written Snickers from the Front Pew with his brother Todd. Jedd and his family make their home in Colorado.
Visit Todd & Jedd’s website at www.haferbros.com
I am blessed to have received a copy of this book for free from Tyndale Publishers for review purposes. I received no other compensation and the review is my own honest opinion of the book.