Statistics indicate fewer people are church-going. The reasons for the decline runs the gamut, and it depends on who you talk to and what media you favor. What do you think is the truth of the matter?
As I was writing this blog, I saw this statement come across my social media news feed.
It immediately lead my ticker tape of thoughts to ponder what people really value in today’s world. Are we Americans perhaps not as interested in things that lead to inner growth and development and more interested in keeping up appearances? Does valuing one have to be exclusive of the other? I don’t know, but it sure begs the question.
I’ve noticed there is a new generation of books that have sprung up regarding spirituality. Today on All Things Fulfilling, I’d like to mention a few of them. I am not pushing any of them or their authors because I have not read these publications. I’ve posted these publications for no self-serving reason other I find their titles interesting and thought worthy.
- Wearing God
- Accidental Saints – Finding God in All The Wrong People
- Searching for Sunday
- There’s a Woman in the Pulpit
- Saint Mazie: A Novel
- Prayer, Write, Grow
- Mudhouse Sabbath
- Girl Meets God
- The Wisdom of Stability
- Praying in Color
- The Sacred Year: Mapping the Soulscape of Spiritual Practice
- Tables in the Wilderness: A Memoir of God Found, Lost & Found Again
- Every Bitter Thing is Sweet
Do any of these titles appeal to your personal interpretation of what spirituality means to you? If so, pick up one of these titles, read it and write a review on Amazon.com or send us your thoughts through this website. Reviews help other readers decide whether a book is worth reading. Why did it touch your heart and soul? Authors appreciate feedback from the public!
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