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Hungry for God … Starving for Time

Five-Minute Devotions for Busy Women

Author: Lori Hatcher
Print Length: 144 pages
Publisher: Straight Street Books
Publication Date: December 1, 2014
Tagged in: Christian Living > Devotionals

Book Description 

Winner of the Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award

You want to connect with God, but in the craziness of life, you just can’t make it happen. You want practical, biblical answers to situations you face every day, but you don’t have hours to pore over Scripture. You need a resource that answers the questions you’re afraid to ask out loud.

Questions like:

  • God, this is hopeless. Why even bother to pray?
  • I can’t believe she said that to me! Why shouldn’t I respond the same way?
  • God, life is scary. How can I know you’ve got my back?
  • Deep down, I know I’m selfish, but if I don’t look after myself, who will?
  • No one appreciates what I do. Why shouldn’t I just quit?

Each of the 31 daily devotions begins with a Facetime question — something you’d ask God if you could see Him face to face — and ends with a biblical answer wrapped in a modern day parable. Like a spiritual power bar, Hungry for God … Starving for Time is packed with enough scriptural nutrition to get you through the day.

Wherever you — are in break rooms, carpool lines — or wherever you can snatch five minutes of quiet reflection, Hungry for God … Starving for Time is the perfect 5-minute devotional resource for the busy you.

About the Author

Lori HatcherLori Hatcher is a women’s ministry speaker who knows what it s like to wear many hats.

As a healthcare worker, author, editor of South Carolina’s Reach Out, Columbia, magazine, wife, and mother, she knows what it s like to be hungry for God and starving for time.

With the knowledge of a Bible teacher and the heart of a woman, Lori’s goal is to help today s women find God in the busyness of life.

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