Are You Too Busy for the Bible?

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Author Jack Eades introduces daily devotionals at the speed of life.

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This book is ideal for students from high school through graduate school, working people, and anyone else with a hectic life who still wants to make time to study God’s Word.

Today’s world is full of bite-sized information bits: 140-character Tweets, grab-and-go news stories and 7-second Vine videos. But what about some of the most important information out there – wisdom regarding how to treat others and live right – contained in the Bible? Who has the time for such long-form learning?

Author Jack Eades has the answer to the busy believer’s dilemma in his new book, In a Hurry to be Holy.

In a Hurry to be Holy is an easy-to-read collection of short devotionals (paired with illustrations) based on verses drawn from every book in the Bible, intended for daily reflection and spiritual growth. The book specifically targets those who have difficulty finding time to study the Bible in their busy, modern lifestyles.

In a Hurry to be Holy shows how anyone, even the busiest among us, can gain exposure to Christ’s message and put those words into action every day.

“This book is ideal for students from high school through graduate school, working people, and anyone else with a hectic life who still wants to make time to study God’s Word,” says Eades. “My goal is for readers to gain familiarity and some knowledge of each book of the Bible, and then apply that Scripture verse to daily life.”

In a Hurry to be Holy: Short Devotionals for Busy People
By Jack Eades
ISBN: 978-1-4497-9786-7
Softcover, retail price: $20.95

About the author
Jack Eades is a husband, father, physician, outdoorsman, and most importantly, a Christian. He has taught Sunday school, given numerous devotionals, participated in mission trips, and served his church in various capacities. He has previously authored journal articles, a book chapter, and a book foreword. This is his first book.

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