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Dancing in the Desert: Spiritual Refreshment for Your Parched Soul

by Marsha Crockett

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A Formatio book. "I've been a desert dweller most of my life, living in Arizona. I know how to endure the heat. I know not to go outdoors without my SPF lotion. . . . But none of my practical knowledge prepared me to face the spiritual desert where I lived for a year," writes Marsha Crockett.The variety of life circumstances that left Crockett in a spiritual desert are the same ones you may have experienced: disappointment, weariness, crisis, discontentment, selfishness, confusion, death and waiting. Perhaps you still feel buried by sand, wondering if you'll ever see light or feel the cool breeze of God's breath.Marsha did. And she wrote this book to help other desert-dwellers find their way back to God. You'll be encouraged by reading her story and reflecting on similar stories of biblical characters. Journaling ideas and spiritual exercises highlighted in "Rest Stops" included within each chapter will help you draw close to God. You may even find, as Crockett did, that the desert can be a joyful place.Come then, and learn to dance in the midst of your desert.

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