About the Book
If you’re overwhelmed and exhausted. . .
If you’ve ever thought that all you need to do is try harder. . .
If you’ve ever felt unappreciated or overlooked. . .
If you’ve found Jesus or you’re still searching. . .
Your Heavenly Father Invites You to Rest, Girl.
Female readers of all ages will find a sassy, funny, authentic, and encouraging friend in master word weaver Jami Amerine, as she comes alongside you to share God’s overwhelming grace and peace in an inside-out journey to true, life-sustaining rest. In a climate that is steeped in stress and worries, this book offers a priceless opportunity to walk in faith to experience the overwhelming blessing of a mind, spirit, and body at rest. Jami will lead you on a humorous, engaging and life-altering journey from restrictions and unrealistic expectations to the unconditional love of the Father.
In My Opinion
As Americans, we live in a world of convenience and speed. Our lives are often filled with so many activities that we are rushing from one to the other without taking time for ourselves, and that constant activity (not to mention the state of the world the past couple of year) can lead to stress.
In Rest, Girl, Jami Amerine gives readers a peek into her life and what she’s learned about true rest the past couple of years. With humor and truth, Armine teaches readers about the power of changing your thinking and learning to shift the RAS response that often leads us to negative thoughts.
While repetitive at times (some of us need that to get the lessons through our heads), the book has good insights, wonderful examples—those with Amerine’s children stood out to me most. Faith like a child—and practical advice, Rest, Girl is one read that will encourage you to look at the stressors in life a different way.
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