Renewed Each Morning: Reflections from the Rocking Chair

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Renewed Each Morning: Reflections from the Rocking Chair

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A collection of reflections on the wisdom and grace that we need to lead healthy, happy lives rooted in the teaching of Jesus Christ by Philip M. Kanfush, O.S.B.

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A collection of reflections on the wisdom and grace that we need to lead healthy, happy lives rooted in the teaching of Jesus Christ. These stories from Father Philip M. Kanfush provide a framework for illustrating life's lessons and the opportunities for spiritual growth that can result from being attentive to the voice of God in the surprisingly ordinary moments of daily life. Beginning with the choices we make each day and progressing through brief essays on "coming home" to the Lord, the power of God's love working in our lives and more, these reflections provide practical wisdom, gleaned from both Scripture and contemporary life, which can be easily applied in our daily lives. Softcover, 262 pages. About the Author Philip M. Kanfush, O.S.B., is a Benedictine monk and priest of Saint Vincent Archabbey, Latrobe, Pennsylvania. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education at the University of Pittsburgh and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy at Saint Vincent College. Father Philip completed both the Master of Arts degree in Sacred Scripture and the Master of Divinity degree at Saint Vincent Seminary. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree and a Master of Education degree in Special Education from the University of Pittsburgh. Licensed as a Secondary Social Studies teacher, Special Educator and Reading Specialist in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Father Philip currently teaches at the Clelian Heights School for Exceptional Children in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, and serves as an adjunct faculty member in the Education Department at Saint Vincent College.

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Pages 260
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