A thirty day devotional look at 'Ruth's diary' with thought provoking points, prayers and questions to help explore this much-loved story in a new way.
What must it have been like to be Ruth, transformed from a widow in a foreign land to become the great-grandmother of King David? Emily Owen explores these questions through Ruth's 'diary', sharing in her trials, her excitements, her challenges, fears and joys.
Each chapter begins with a 'diary extract' from Ruth's life, which is then beautifully unpacked with a meditation to encourage you to reflect on how that applies today. Each meditation is encouraging yet challenging, and helpful for personal growth.
A wonderful book to help readers look again at familiar Bible stories with a fresh perspective.
Emily Owen grew up in Leicester. Aged 16, she was diagnosed with a rare neurological condition, neurofibromatosis type 2, which has led to numerous operations and left her deaf. Emily speaks at meetings and events, both Christian and secular, and enjoys sharing her life experiences. She is also a trustee of the Neuro Foundation which supports those living with neurofibromatosis.