Item description for A Wakeful Faith: Spiritual Practice in the Real World by J. Marshall Jenkins & Alan Jenkins...
Overview A Wakeful Faith helps readers create a deeper awareness of God's love and enables them to develop a sensitivity to the Spirit in order to fulfill God's will for their lives. The book will assist readers in finding ways to see the kingdom of God already flourishing in their midst, as they realize how daily activities can be transformed into creative expressions of our Christian callings. This can lead to a sense of Christian vocation that encompasses our whole lives.
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Studio: Upper Room
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.31" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.66 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher Upper Room Books
ISBN 0835809129 ISBN13 9780835809122
Availability 0 units.
More About J. Marshall Jenkins & Alan Jenkins
J. Marshall Jenkins is Director of the Counseling Center at Berry College in Mount Berry, Georgia. He is the author of two books and numerous articles on counseling and Christian spirituality.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Wakeful Faith: Spiritual Practice in the Real World?
eye opening Jan 1, 2004
This is an amazing, eye-opening book. I have the pleasure of knowing J. Marshall Jenkins in real life, and he practices what he preaches. This book encourages the reader to seek God in all areas of our lives.
Weekday Spirituality May 4, 2000
A Wakeful Faith offers a fascinating approach to the daily practices of Christian spirituality. J. Marshall Jenkins makes the salient point that spiritual practices seem right and easy and appropriate on a Sunday, but much less so on a work day or a day in which we face all the stresses of life. He describes that typical weekday and points to ways in which spiritual practices undergird all that may happen. Jenkins is well aware of biblical stories and uses these throughout the book. He is also a psychologist who uses psychological insights to serve the larger purposes of Christian spiritual practice. And he has a nice sense of humor. A good read!