When things don't quite fit anymore.
When the faith you had doesn't speak to the questions you have now.
Or when who you've been isn't who you really want to be.
Or when you just want a change that doesn't have to be a crisis.
Welcome to Heart Callings for women in midlife.
A place where you're welcome, even if you don't know what you want, who you want to be or what you're supposed to do with the rest of your life.
You're not alone.
Finding the path that works for you.
There's not one way to listen to your own heart calling. Just like there's not one way to deepen your faith, listen to your questions and keep growing into the person you were created to be.
That's why I'm excited about the offerings I have for the start of 2020. You can share in my Monday Morning Manna, collected in a convenient book form. You can travel your own Lenten journey through a faith that actually includes your body. Finally, you'll be able to study on your own or join in a group to consider why we are so tired and what might be done about it.
I hope you'll take advantage of what calls to you.
Peggy (at) peggyhaymes.com
Lenten Journey, 2020
Join me through the six weeks of Lent to reunite body and spirit as we learn what our physical selves can teach us about faith and walking in the way of Jesus.
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Monday Morning Manna is truly bread for my soul on Monday mornings, it starts my day with a new perspective. I encourage you if you haven’t taken the time to just sit and read her beautiful word on a Monday morning, find the time, indulge yourself, and gain that new manna. Your soul will thank you”.
Looking for devotions that speak to your life?
I grew tired of devotionals that wrapped faith up in neat and tidy packages. My faith was more untamed, embracing questions, doubts, change, fears and growth. So I wrote Strugglers, Stragglers and Seekers.
This beloved devotional book has been translated into Norwegian and Japanese by readers who wanted to share it.
See for yourself why people of faith turn to it year after year for both comfort and challenge.