Allowing God’s Love to Free Your Mind for the Journey
by Kimberly Sowell
Does every area of your life appear to be in order and yet every detail seems slightly askew? There are no major life changes and yet you know down deep what you are experiencing is more than just a funk. There is a problem welling up deep in your soul . . . a restlessness. It is like you are lost on a familiar road and that familiar road is your life.
Inspired in one of the most beautiful, tranquil locations on earth, Lost on a Familiar Road Devotional will help you discover what your mind was created to do—to love God completely. This 30-day digital devotional companion to the trade book of the same name will inspire you to take your own journey from restlessness to a deep love relationship with God.
With practical insight, author Kimberly Sowell offers a Bible verse, a devotional thought, questions and prompts for meditation, and a closing prayer for each day. Let God change your mind and He will be glorified in your most secret place.
Item #: Z123262
Category: Christian Living
Pub Date: February 2013
About the Author
Kimberly Sowell is the founder and president of Kingdom Heart Ministries, a ministry dedicated to inspiring women to make their relationship with Jesus Christ the center of who they are and how they live each moment, growing in Christ and sharing their faith with the world. Kimberly’s ministry includes speaking at women’s events, writing devotions and Bible studies for women, leading renewal weekends, and equipping women in missions and evangelism. She also serves as the director of missions mobilization and women’s ministry at Second Baptist Church in Lancaster, South Carolina. Kimberly holds a bachelor of arts degree from Clemson University and a master of divinity degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Kimberly has authored and edited numerous magazine articles and newsletters for various evangelical groups, and has been featured on various radio and television programs. She and her husband, Kevin, along with their children, make their home in Lancaster, South Carolina.