Woodpecker Wars: Celebrating the Spirituality of Everyday Life

Woodpecker Wars: Celebrating the Spirituality of Everyday Life

Everything is spiritual. Don't believe me?

Stop dividing your life between the spiritual and the secular. That's a wrong perspective.

It's time we put these two halves of our life back together.

It's time to embrace the spirituality of everyday life.

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Woodpecker Wars: Celebrating the Spirituality of Everyday Life

Are you a spiritual person? 

What parts of your life are spiritual?

Sorry. That was a trick question.

All parts of our lives are spiritual. Seriously. It’s just that most people don’t realize it.

Most people think of church as a spiritual activity and everything else is not, as in secular. They live their life with a spiritual/secular divide. They compartmentalize their spiritual activity, shoving it aside so it doesn’t interfere with the rest of their life. 

It’s time we (re)discover the spirituality of everyday life. It’s time we celebrate the spirituality of living.

  • Our family and our holidays are spiritual.
  • Our work and our passions are spiritual. (I hope your work is your passion.)
  • Our money is spiritual and so is our health.
  • Our existence in God’s creation is spiritual.
  • Yes, every aspect of our life is spiritual.

Let’s explore the spirituality of everyday life. Let’s embrace the spirituality of living. Read Woodpecker Wars to discover more. It’s playful yet profound, quirky yet insightful.

Get your copy of Woodpecker Wars today!

(No woodpeckers were harmed in the writing of this book.)

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Genre: Christianity and Spirituality
Tags: Christian Living, Peter DeHaan, Spirituality, Woodpecker Wars
Publisher: Spiritually Speaking Publishing
Publication Year: 2019
ASIN: B07VVH518B
ISBN: 9781948082242
List Price: $11.99
eBook Price: $4.99
About the Author
Peter DeHaan, PhD

Peter DeHaan, PhD, writes about biblical spirituality. He urges Christians to push past the status quo and reexamine their practices. Many people feel church let them down, and Peter seeks to encourage them as they search for a place to belong. But he’s not afraid to ask tough questions or make religious people squirm. Peter earned his doctorate from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary, awarded with high distinction.

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