Re-Advent Your Life Advent Devotional



Re-Advent Your Life in 15 Minutes a Day!

Re-Advent Your Life ebook is a 28-day Advent devotional for busy women. In the midst of baking, shopping, and visiting, let’s make some time for transformation.

Don’t Let Holiday Busyness Interrupt God Time

Have you ever looked back on December 26 and realized even though you’ve just celebrated one of the most blessed holidays of the year, your time with God was a bit rushed … or maybe even derailed sometimes by the busyness?

Yes? We have too. Let’s decide this year will be different. Get instant access to Re-Advent Your Life, 28 Days of Small, Daily Steps to Transformation and watch your spirit blossom as you journey with God through Advent. And did we mention it takes just 15 minutes a day?

What Can You Expect?

  1. Journey to Bethlehem with Old Testament women Ruth and Naomi in search of redemption. The study runs November 27 to December 24.
  2. Each day answer 3 questions  and determine 1 small step on your journey to re-advent your life.  We know you’re busy, so each week we’ve built a catch-up day into the schedule.
  3. All work can be completed in the interactive PDF ebook. Compatible with any device you can view a PDF on – including computers, iPads, phones, and tablets. Use with keyboard or smart pencils. The book may also be printed. Immediate download after purchase.
  4. Take advantage of the Re-Advent Your Life webpage to access additional resources such as recipes, Spotify playlist, and suggested Christmas activities. Optional interaction with other participants.

1 review for Re-Advent Your Life Advent Devotional

  1. Jane VanOsdol

    “This advent study has been perfect for me. Like spot on perfect so far.

    God is definitely working on me.

    “Giving up old comforts and habits can be unsettling” in todays reading…….wow. The hurricane, my mom’s illness, difficult family situations are all opening my eyes to practicing gratitude in a brand new way. Also, realizing some of my relationships with close friends in my past are entering a new season and I need to “let go and let God”.

    Change is hard. I think I know best. And God calls me to His better!!!
    Joni K.

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