Savor: Living Abundantly Where You Are, As You Are

Savor: Living Abundantly Where You Are, As You Are

Shauna's honest, beautiful storytelling style makes this devotional as comforting and inspiring as an hour around the table with the people we love. Combining content from Bread and Wine, Cold Tangerines, and Bittersweet, as well as new writing and recipes, this devotional from Shauna Niequist speaks spiritual truths to women in short passages that invite us to connect with Shauna's honest, beautiful storytelling style makes this devotional as comforting and inspiring as an hour around the...

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Title:Savor: Living Abundantly Where You Are, As You Are
Author:Shauna Niequist
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Genres:Christian
ISBN:0310344972
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:392 pages pages

Savor: Living Abundantly Where You Are, As You Are Reviews

  • Dawn Michelle
    Dec 31, 2016
    I was not as enamored with this book as I was with "My Utmost for His Highest". Not even remotely. This is much more geared towards married women with children. While I had several of the devotions that spoke to me, the book on a whole just didn't work for me. So many time I was readin...
  • Kimberly Coyle
    Apr 07, 2015
    I'd read her grocery list. And that's saying something since I hate to cook. This book is gorgeous, inside and out. ...
  • alisonwonderland
    Dec 31, 2016
    I read from this daily devotional book every day during 2016. While Niequist's words didn't always resonant, some days they seemed written precisely for me on that specific day. All in all, this book changed my life. #TheYearOfYes ...
  • Ginger
    Apr 01, 2016
    No one writes more beautifully than Shauna Niequist. That being said, this was a book of her essays, chopped down into smaller bits for a "devotional." Most of this isn't new material, but her wonderful essays that appear elsewhere like Bread & Wine and Bittersweet. Read thos...
  • Cindy
    Jul 16, 2015
    Reading Savor was like reading a Facebook post each day. ...
  • Lisa
    May 01, 2015
    A book of daily readings, however long, is not usually high on my list of books to read and/or use in my personal time of connection with God. Devotionals, in my past experience, are often too watered-down or simplistic for my tastes. I can?t think of one I?ve read that I would rec...
  • Ashley Wells
    Jun 23, 2015
    I was actually pretty disappointed in this book, as a devotional. It is just not enough for me, it's often not connected with the scripture, and it's so short and sometimes the point isn't clear. I do like the prompts, but even those are often not connected. ...
  • Michele Morin
    Apr 17, 2015
    We are a gulping people ? A swallowing whole, planning the next mouthful before the bolus lands kind of people We?re that way with our food, too. Savor by Shauna Niequist is a daily flavor of the Word ? A slow down and think about it experience of considering one verse, o...
  • Laura
    Mar 09, 2017
    I feel bad. I never do this, but I am abandoning this book. Instead of looking forward to my devotional "snack" for the day, I am becoming resentful and reading out of duty with a begrudging attitude.... not a good sign. First off, I really can't call this a devotional. I know what she...
  • Niki Roberts
    Apr 28, 2015
    As many of my readers know, lately been dealing with personal family issues, and have been in need of encouragement and positivism in my life. And this book it doesn't disappoint, my dear friends. The author combines stories and scripture to create 365 devotional essays that are real w...