Refuel

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As a Christian, you know you need to have devotions. You’ve heard it from your pastor; you’ve seen the study guides; you may have even made a dent in the One Year Bible. Some of you have valiantly set your alarm clocks back an hour for morning quiet time, only to find that life creeps back in to steal your resolve. It isn’t because you don’t love God. You quit because you “bought into” someone’s unsustainable habit at an unreasonable pace.

But you don’t have to keep running on empty. Bestselling author Doug Fields offers an uncomplicated, practical plan that you can carry out. This book won’t teach you how to “cram God” into your already-full schedule. Instead, Doug will show you a practical, doable way of setting God first, and then letting everything else in your life fall into place. You will experience the fullness God has for you-just take some time to refuel.

  • Subject: YOUTH & CHILDREN/YOUTH INTERESTS/CHRISTIAN LIVING
  • Form Description: Paperback
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication Date: 2011

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