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Review: A God For All Seasons: Inspiration and Reflection for All Times by Patti Tingen


As nature's seasons change, so too do the seasons of our soul. But God's love never changes. He is with us through every season of our lives. Join author Patti Tingen in a year of exploration as she reflects on her own spiritual journey, and provides hope and encouragement for yours - month by month, season by season. Find reassurance and pause for reflection in the inspirational readings for each month of the year.


For those of you whose lives are driven through spirituality & faith, whatever denomination roots your foundation, A God For All Seasons, will inspire and encourage hope that through your ups and downs, you are not alone. Inspirational and introspective, Tingen incorporates her own personal journey that she and her husband had experienced, with insightful encouragement, defined by each month within its season. Even though the book is specific to the months and seasons, the message are relatable and relative to any time. No matter where you are in your life or what is going on, you can persevere through any obstacle thrown your way as long as you hold onto your faith. 

Leading each section with a biblical quotation, each month highlights a theme for reflection. You are encouraged to read at your own pace, on your own time which allows the reader to connect and reflect. There are great takeaways you can gain from your own experience that you connect and that correlates from what season your life falls into. Each season brings its own challenges & triumphs bringing its own valued gifts into your life. 

Overall, I thought it was a wonderful book for those looking for some spiritual, meditative reflection. Even though you can read it in one sitting, it can definitely be useful as your life progresses because it is all relative with its messages of hope and encouragement timeless. As our own life changes, this is the kind of book that can comfort and put things in perspective.

Reviewed by Michelle Bowles

Paperback: 110 pages
Publisher:, Inc. (August 15, 2012)

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