Go below the waves of anxiety, stress and heartbreak using the simple tools found in this book to deepen you relationship with God.
Are you tired of the non-stop chaos of life? Tired of the constant hurry and stress?
Do you long for a deeper relationship with God, but don’t know where to start?
In this practical and inspirational book about spiritual growth, Timothy Jemly teaches simple tools that will allow you to leave the anxiety and rush of your everyday life behind.
In God’s Submarines you will discover how to:
Embrace simplicity and get out of the rat race.
Deepen your prayer life.
Bring your Bible study to life.
Harness the power of your imagination to connect with God.
Meditate the way the Bible prescribes.
Fast for spiritual breakthrough.
Orient your schedule to God’s rhythms and find rest for your soul.
Pray with power and passion.
These keys to spiritual growth are a fresh take on the spiritual disciplines that can unleash your personal growth in Christ. This book invites you to take the plunge and dive into the deep places of God where there is peace and joy. You can’t always control your circumstances, but you can connect your heart to God’s in such a deep way that nothing fazes you. If you are waiting for your circumstances to improve so you can be happy and peaceful, it will never happen. Peace and joy are an inside job, and you can have them today. Don’t wait. Read this book and begin your journey deeper into the heart of God!
Timothy Jemly is an author, pastor and church planter with a passion for helping people cultivate a deeper relationship with God. During his senior year in high school, his mother passed away leaving him broken and hungry for deep relationships. He turned to God to fill that need and found out the tools he had been taught for connecting with God were insufficient for the depth he desired. What started as his personal desire to know God better has turned into a lifelong quest to share with others the things he learned. He has taught thousands of people the blueprint he ultimately discovered for developing intimacy with God.
Timothy enjoys rock climbing, skiing, ice skating, surfing and many other sports. Or at least he did until he fell 25 feet while rock climbing and broke his hip. Two years later he still can't do any of those things, but he is still holding out hope. He and his wife Amber recently adopted a baby girl and are enjoying all the new challenges that come with being a first time parent.