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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.  

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You will find a number of themes (many based on content from 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.


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Christian Women Who Inspire

Sojourner Truth

Sojourner Truth (ca. 1795–1883) was an African-American evangelist and abolitionist. Born a slave named Isabella in Ulster County, New York, she grew to womanhood working on the farms and in the homes of various slave owners. She and her slave…

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Learning to Dance on Water

Read: “Living in the Now,” When You Come Unglued . . . Stick Close to God, pages 71-81. I’ve always loved the story of Peter and Jesus during the storm ( Matthew 14: 22-33). I love to imagine the scene: The... Continue reading
This Joy I Have

Trust Your Spirit

Then he told me, “This is the message from the Lord to Zerubbabel: ‘You will not succeed by your own strength or by your own power. The power will come from my Spirit,’ says the Lord of heaven’s armies. -Zechariah…

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Susan Muto

Susan Annette Muto (b. 1942)  is executive director of the Epiphany Association and dean of the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Muto has lectured and written extensively in the field of spiritual reading and more recently in…

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