Monday, February 23, 2009

The Echo Within Book Blog Tour

The Echo Within is a profoundly affecting, honest look at the myriad ways we are drawn into our life's best work.

Written out of his own lifelong search for and response to the calling voice of God, Robert Benson recounts his discovery of the meaning of vocation, work, and purpose through the ups and downs inherent in family life, professional choice, and spiritual experience. With clarity and insight, and in the elegant prose for which he is known, he gently invites and encourages readers to find such deep truths for their lives as well. In particular, he illuminates the way for readers to explore:

  • Ways to sense the Holy in our pursuits, both in the pursuits of themselves and within themselves
  • How to fall into our vocation and chart a course toward it as the same time
  • How to love the work we do, and the pro9cess of doing it

For anyone beginning a new career or sensing a needed change in their life or wresttling with a transition suddenly thrust upon them, Robert Benson delivers wisdom, humor, and heart in what he's learned about listening for The Echo Within and how it can help us discover our calling.

Author Bio:
Robert Benson has written more than a dozen books about the discovery of the sacred in the midst of our ordinary lives, including Between the Dreaming and the Coming True, Home By Another Way, and Digging In. His work has been critically acclaimed in a wide range of publications from The New York Times and USA Today to Spirituality & Health and The Benedictine Review. He is an alumnus of The Upper Room's Academy for Spiritual Formation and was recently named a Living Spiritual Teacher by SpiritualityandPractice.com. H lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

Purchase your copy from:
www.amazon.com
www.ChristianBooks.com
www.FamilyChristian.com

1 comment:

God's Not Finished With Us Yet... said...

Hmmm, you have some very interesting points here. I love that you are a biblical teacher.

Anywho, I was just reviewing your blog and enjoyed what I read thus far. Still have more to go...keep up the good work.

God bless you!
Sarah Cecilia