Popular writer and blogger Kara Lawler shows women how to embrace the sacred in mundane, ordinary life–and in the process, discover themselves.
Life doesn’t have to be lived on grand mountaintops for it to be meaningful. We can see God at work right where we are: in our ordinary and mundane routines, in the faces of our family and friends, and–especially–in nature.
Kara Lawler speaks to the hearts of those who find themselves lost in the midst of their chaotic schedules and weary attempts to be all that is expected of them. Everywhere Holy addresses our deepest struggles, including:
How to feel joy, despite depression and anxiety
Dealing with hardships and understanding unconditional love
How to view life as an adventure, even when that feels too hard
How to feel more connected, more grateful, and more at peace
In beautiful prose, Lawler describes the unique sacredness found in God’s creation and offers 15 inspiring insights for cultivating it day-to-day. She encourages you to make this lifestyle change through the observance of small acts. In so doing, you will discover a holy space that honors God and the life you’ve been given–and will discover yourselfand your unique place in the holy that is everywhere, whether it’s in the woods behind your house or in the face of a stranger on a bus in a busy city. No matter where you are, there is holy free for the taking.
Everywhere Holy by Kara Lawler is about the presence of God in the ordinary. The reader is able to see beauty in the ordinary of life as we seek our identity in the presence of the Lord. This message of your true identity in Christ, is for all believers.
I feel that Kara writes more towards females, specifically mothers. This book is meant for anyone, but she really speaks to the heart of women. Her book is a conversation style type of writing, which makes you feel that you're sitting down at a coffee shop with her, discussing life. I love this style of writing because the reader is invited into the bigger story. She is real about her struggle with finding her identity, but invites the reader to go on a journey as she leads with vulnerably. Don't miss this book! You will really enjoy the journey and the read.