Item description for Finding Time For The Timeless: Spirituality In The Workweek by John McQuiston...
Practice spirituality in a culture where work has become a religion.
This collection of real-life examples offers refreshing stories of everyday spiritual practices people use to free themselves from the work and worry mindset of our culture.
Drawing from the experiences of others, it shows you how you too can refocus and enrich your daily life with spiritual practice, including: Finding a haven for inspiring reading at a coffeehouseSinging during the morning commute to workPrayerful walking at home and on business tripsMindful eating and other deliberate experiences of God's goodness
Full of insight and inspiration, Finding Time for the Timeless will help empower you to see how even your busiest workweek can include spiritual habits and routine.
Citations And Professional Reviews Finding Time For The Timeless: Spirituality In The Workweek by John McQuiston has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 11/08/2004 page 52
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More About John McQuiston
John McQuiston II is an attorney and an active lay leader in his congregation in Memphis, Tennessee. He is the author of the bestselling Always We Begin Again: The Benedictine Way of Living and Knowing Beyond Words.
John McQuiston currently resides in Memphis, in the state of Tennessee.
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What better time than now? May 10, 2007
Having read this author's book on his interpretation of The Rule of Benedict, I thought I knew what to expect in this offering. Fortunately, I was correct. He has a very easy-going, comfortable way of presentation, and it shows. Reading these accounts of folks from all walks of life and of many and varied circumstance and beliefs, it was refreshing to know how important faith is to people, no matter their religion. There is no question we can find the time to pray or worship or connect with whomever we believe in. The trick is finding the way to do it. After reading this, it would be nearly impossible to not be able to come up with a new idea or two...or several, that would fit into one's individual lifestyle. Prayer is a discipline that needs routine and regularity. Having visited a Benedictine Monastery myself nearly a dozen times, it is very easy to follow the prayer schedule, because that is really all there is to do...the difficult part is incorporating some form of that into the typical, hectic everyday lives we lead. This book has those practical, useful avenues to follow. Find your own path to prayer and use it to make your life even richer.