When it comes to devotional life, we can struggle to get started for all kinds of different reasons.
We may have heard that a regular devotional time is important, but we don't know where to begin. Perhaps we feel so busy that we can't possibly add yet another thing to our 'to-do list'. Or maybe Bible study time feels more like a strain on the brain rather than fuel for the soul, and we wonder if it's worth keeping going.
In Time Well Spent, Colin Webster takes on these concerns, tackling them head-on. This short book will not be a magic wand that sets you up with a great devotional life, but it will show you what a devotional involves, how to set aside common distractions, and why our time with God really is time well spent.
Let this book spur you on with gentle encouragement and practical advice and fuel your desire to set aside time with God.
Contains helpful studies to guide you through common quiet time elements.
Praise for the book:
“Time Well Spent is a great introduction to the joys of having a regular time in which you give your attention to your relationship with God. It’s a short book and easy to read. But it’s packed with good advice and inspirational truth. I warmly recommend it, whether you’re thinking about starting a regular quiet time or want to refresh what you already do.”
− Tim Chester, Faculty Member of Crosslands Training and author of Enjoying God
“Engaging, real, personal, scriptural and encouraging. It is time well spent to read this book and to let it refresh and renew your own Quiet Time.”
− James Robson, Ministry Director, Keswick Ministries
“In a hectic and stressful world, nothing is more important for our spiritual health, than the recalibrating effect of spending time with the Lord Jesus. Realistic, hopeful, and packed full of ideas, Time Well Spent can't fail to kick start your devotional life.”
− Dave Gobbett, Lead Minister of Highfields Church, Cardiff