Come Closer by Jane Rubietta
A Call to Life, Love, and Breakfast on the Beach

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For every reader who's bought into the idea of working harder, doing more, smiling bigger, or running faster to get more out of life-and then faced disappointment, fatigue, or the unnerving unexpected, award-winning author Jane Rubietta offers relief and irresistible promise. Her fresh approach to fifteen of Jesus's familiar but too-often forgotten invitations in the New Testament remind readers of His promise that: Life can be better, more sure and satisfying, more beautiful, and truly tasty-not just someday, in heaven, but here and now. With humor, unforgettable experiences, and gracious encouragement, Jane plumbs Scripture to bring alive these invitations of help, hope, and the refuge of Home. She takes readers on an exploration of the fifteen times in Scripture that Jesus invites followers to come-for relief, light, help, hope, and even breakfast. Jane then offers engaging ideas and tangible things readers can do to draw near to these promises. Come Closer is an invitation to a richer, more spiritual life-an invitation that will open readers' eyes to the love and feast God intends every soul to experience.
 

About Jane Rubietta

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Jane Rubietta is the author of eight books, including the award-winning Grace Points. She speaks to audiences around the world over 150 times a year, and is known for her animated and life-changing messages. She attended Trinity Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois, and she's the assistant coordinator for the Write-to-Publish conference. She helps run the nonprofit organization Abounding Ministries, which draws people to God through speaking, writing, music, and retreats. Jane is married to Rich, a pastor and worship leader, and is a mother of three children. The Rubiettas live in Illinois.
 
Published November 21, 2012 by WaterBrook Press. 242 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Rubietta, author of the popular Come Closer , continues the come-to-Jesus theme in her newest book for women. She offers “a free, fuller, more intimate rela

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R ubietta encourages Christian women to avail themselves of 15 intimate “invitations,” being drawn into Christ’s unconditional mercy, grace and ac

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