CrossReads Short Takes: Teatime With God & Moose Ridge 1/4/2023

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CrossReads Short Takes

Teatime With God:

A gentle reminder of the love, beauty & comfort that comes with recognizing God in every experience in your life

by Khiana Wyatt-Locus

Teatime With God

Experience rest and utter peace when you invite God to tea. God’s presence is in everything.
If you have ever once wondered where God is during bleak moments in your life, then this book is for you.
If you’re ready to strengthen your walk with God, this book is for you.
If you’ll like to learn how to balance your life as a Christian with life as a productive member of society, this book can help you do that.
If you’re ready to unshackle yourself from the stigma attached to mental health and Christianity, then this book is for you.

A gentle reminder of the love, beauty & comfort that comes with recognizing God in every experience in our life.
Have ever struggled to understand death, love, depression, anxiety, purpose, doubt, hurt, blessings, hope etc. and how they fit in your daily Christian walk? This book offers you powerful, alternative perspectives to renew and strengthen your faith in God.

Teatime with God works as a daily devotional and journal. Each topic addressed is divided into three main sections to provide deep, heartfelt reflections and encouragement to the reader. It starts off with scripture verses, then goes on to give a contemplative viewpoint from the author and ends with thought-provoking prompts for the reader to answer.

Give yourself daily moments to refocus your priorities while (re)discovering God’s presence in your life.
If you’re ready to have an honest, understanding, and compassionate evaluation about your walk with God, this book is everything you need to do just that.

Important reminder:
There is a culture of shame surrounding those who suffer with their mental health in our Christian churches and communities. It silences believers into thinking they’re to blame for their mental health condition.
If you suffer from mental health as a Christian know this:

  1. You are NOT your condition.
  2. Seeking professional help doesn’t mean you lack faith.
  3. Mental illness doesn’t mean God is punishing you.






Moose Ridge

Ending to Beginning

by Craig Hastings

Moose Ridge

All beginnings lead to endings, but some endings bring beginnings.

Attending Harvard was the first positive thing in Jazmine’s life in a long time. While a member of an affluent New York family, her mother died when she was five and her father went to jail when she was twelve. Jazmine lost everything leaving her a ward of the state and becoming a foster child.

Meeting Michael, a medical student was the second positive experience. Now she’s looking forward to the perfect life she dreamed about. Leaving Boston and New York behind, the only cities she’s ever known, she’s on her way to join Michael and start their new life together in Wyoming where he will complete his neurosurgical residency. She’s had a lot of hard blows, but now all her hard work and dedication are going to pay off. The day has arrived for her and Michael to start the beginning of their future life together. Jazmine just knows, for once, everything is going to be exactly how she always dreamed it could be.

Then she’s handed the letter


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