To live an authentic, fulfilled life, we need to both understand and practice the core beliefs of the Christian faith. Being intentional about pursuing Christ often is challenging in our confusing, messy world, but like the biblical character Daniel, who did not compromise his values, we must take small, deliberate steps to grow in spiritual integrity. The short, inspirational devotions in “Authentic Living” illustrate how we can be more deliberate in our faith each and every day through small actions like asking forgiveness, offering guidance, praying specifically and more. With these simple yet profound readings, we can realize a more fulfilling life and faith one thought, one action, one day at a time.
“Authentic Living” is a year-long devotional that looks to help readers to develop their faith.
Devotions range from half a page to a page long, featuring the devotion, a related scripture and a prayer.
The book covers a wide range of topics, ranging from church and marriage to evangelism and much more.
Pastor and radio host Richard Exley truly is looking to help readers to live authentically in our overly plugged-in and fast-paced world.
The uncomplicated lessons are easy to fit into one’s day, leaving no excuse not to incorporate this little boost of biblical wisdom into your day.
Those looking for help in the search for authenticity definitely should check out “Authentic Living.”
It was published by Worthy Inspired in November 2016.
About the author
Richard Exley has been a pastor, conference and retreat speaker, as well as a radio broadcaster.
In addition, he has written more than 30 books, including “The Rhythm of Life,” “Man of Valor,” “When You Lose Someone You Love” and “The Alabaster Cross.” “The Making of a Man” was one of five finalists for the Gold Medallion Devotional Book of the Year. He loves spending time with his wife, Brenda Starr, in their secluded cabin overlooking picturesque Beaver Lake.