Boston Massachusetts, 4th March 2021, ZEXPRWIRE – Author Suzanne DeWitt Hall announces the launch of the first devotional dedicated to the topic of faith deconstruction. Sleeper, Awake: 40 days of companionship for the deconstruction process offers comfort and encouragement for people who are considering questions about church, Christianity, and God. It’s the first in a several-book series titled The Path of Unlearning.
Here’s one review:
The number of caring people providing resources for people changing their beliefs or deconstructing their faith is increasing, and it’s a good thing! I myself provide resources for people as if they are pioneers searching for their own spiritual home where they can build the kind of spiritual life they want to live beyond the dead orthodoxy they once inhabited. This 40-day devotional will be added to my list of suggestions for those wanting a daily contemplative companion on their deconstruction journeys. It will help lighten their path.–David Hayword, aka ‘nakedpastor’, cartoonist, artist, and author of Questions are the Answer, and other titles
The book is available through Amazon, major retailers, and independent booksellers. It’s the seventh book in the Where True Love Is devotional series, and is garnering special attention given the subject matter.
DeWitt Hall says “Societal shifts and political inequities have led to wide-scale examination of what it means to be a follower of Christ. Those who face these questions are often left in a state of sorrow and confusion. I’m excited that Sleeper, Awake will be the first devotional designed specifically to address the fears of people walking through this process. “
The author has a broad social media base, particularly through her Where True Love Is Facebook page, and enjoys speaking with the media in audio and video formats.
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About the Author
Suzanne DeWitt Hall is the author of the Where True Love Is devotional series, and the Rumplepimple adventures. She’s been a contributor for the Huffington Post, Impact Magazine, Cognoscenti, and Merrimack Valley Magazine.
Honors include being awarded the 2019 LGBTQ+ Writer Scholarship for Grub Street’s Muse and the Marketplace conference, and named Author of the Month for February 2019 by LGBTQ Reader (@books_gay) on Twitter.
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