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Welcome to My Quiet Spaces, a place to nurture your relationship with God, with yourself, and with others. We hope that you will find the inspiration and support you and your small group are looking for to enrich your faith, nurture your soul, and deepen your walk with God.
This site offers a variety of ways for you to carve out a bit of your stretched-to-the-max day to calm your mind and listen for God’s still, small voice. You will learn how even a few stray minutes can become a blessed opportunity for a focused encounter with God.  

See About This Site for tips on how to use this site.

Each month, you will find a new theme (based on content from one of our featured books) that addresses challenges women face in growing and deepening their spiritual life.   If you participate in a small-group study or online community, consider using as a resource.
This month's theme

Cultivating Sabbath Rest

During the month of October, J. Dana Trent, author of For Sabbath's Sake: Embracing Your Need for Rest, Worship, and Community, teaches us about a spiritual practice that can help restore balance to our lives.

Look for something new each week.

Begin the journey.
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Aliento de Vida/Breath of Life

ALIENTO DE VIDA Se puede desarrollar una práctica regular que le conduzca a realizar una respiración conciente. Cuando nos detenemos para tomar conciencia del ritmo de nuestra respiración (inhalar y exhalar), calmar el cuerpo y aquietar la mente, honramos las...Continue reading
This Joy I Have

You and Your Amazing Body

Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in you? —1 Corinthians 3:16 This year is almost over. This is October and like me you may sigh and say, “Where has the year gone?”…

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Monthly Theme

Cultivating Sabbath Rest

Read: For Sabbath’s Sake: Embracing Your Need for Rest, Worship, and Community. Many Americans balk at the idea of setting aside an entire day for worship, rest, and time with those who matter most to them. In a culture of constant...Continue reading
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