This weekly devotional enables women to see God in a new and fresh way. Using real-life anecdotes combined with Scripture, author Terri Gillespie reveals God’s heart for women everywhere as she softly speaks of the ways in which women see God.
Making Eye Contact with God will be a cherished addition to your personal and women's ministry resources. With Scripture, thoughtful devotionals dealing with relevant issues for today's women, and prayers and questions to meditate on during the week, Making Eye Contact with God compassionately and humorously guides women to the see themselves as God sees them.
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Making Eye Contact with God escorts us into the secret place where we can regularly meet with Abba, our heavenly Father. Whether you are Jewish or Gentile, this book will help you explore the most secret and vulnerable places of your heart, while you gaze into the loving eyes of the Messiah.
—Dr. Angela Hunt, author, The Face, Magdalene and The Shadow Women
Brew a cup of tea and steal away with this treasure trove brimming with godly wisdom! Written with delightful humor and tenderness each devotional is refreshingly relevant and challenging to anyone seeking to know Messiah more intimately.
—Kathy Shooster, messianic songwriter/recording artist
Thank you for the inspiration Making Eye Contact With God will bring to the women into whose blessed hands it falls.
—Debra Chernoff, rebbitzen, Congregation Beth Yeshua
Making Eye Contact With God is an extremely reflective, inspiring and motivating message, one women of all ages will relate to. I’m so glad that a devotional like this finally exists!
—Sharon Chernoff Wilbur, messianic singer, songwriter, recording artist
Terri Gillespie became a part of the Messianic Jewish movement in 1995, when she joined Congregation Beth Yeshua Messianic Synagogue in Philadelphia. Terri was hired by the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America in 1999 as Director of Fundraising for the Nehemiah Project, and eventually advanced to Chief Operations Officer.