“A God of All Seasons – Walking Toward Mercy, Grace and Hope” by T.H. Meyer and Amy Breitmann. (Blog Tour, Review, and Giveaway.)

A-God-For-All-Seasons-r1-ebook-cover-197x300About the Book

Book title: A God of All Seasons

Author: TH Meyer & Amy Breitmann

Release date: August 28, 2017

Genre: Non-fiction

What if your spiritual life landed in the grip of a wintered soul? How does one’s faith survive?

Discover the beauty and challenge of spiritual seasons as Tammy & Amy remember parts of their stories in order to draw out your own. Learn to perceive God’s companionship even when you don’t sense His nearness. And unearth, not only a God who created the seasons but one who also walks you through them.”

Book Trailer Video: A God of All Seasons


How often have I foolishly relied more on my own life-vest or efforts? Or …

How often has God called me to plunge off the board of faith or has asked me to leap from my safe seat, only to discover I’ve been too fearful?

 We must listen carefully, and remember that He always knows best.

What an amazing book. I felt privileged and honored to read this lovely book. Amy and Tammy do such a complete job of reminding us (me) that no matter the season of our lives, God always has our back. In fact, He’s got it before we even realize there’s a problem”.

“A God of All Seasons” is beautifully written with such honesty. We are able to see our own lives in many of the trials and tribulations that are discussed within. Superb analogies are presented throughout the book, most of them so wonderful that I found myself highlighting so much of the content.

Our lives resemble a jig-saw puzzle, each piece of life unique in its properties and characteristics. We cannot even imagine what the final picture will look like, but He knows …

I love the way this book is set out, broken into essays, personal testimonies, words of encouragement, and relevant Bible verses. I particularly loved the story about the ‘Brave’ bracelet. How beautiful and how true it is that sometimes, no make that often, God is speaking to us through His Holy Spirit. We won’t always understand His reasoning, but we must trust in Him. We often won’t even hear Him, but we must learn to listen more carefully.

“We savour the small moments like sunken treasure because these days will be the golden ones.

 I like the end of chapter questions for reflection at the end of every chapter. There are also some clever analogies awaiting the reader here. And yes, I have highlighted all these questions, to remind myself to write these in my own journal, and hopefully, answer them one day.

Question: Can we make a deal or agreement with God? e.g. “If you answer me … I’ll keep praying.”  What do you think? Can we bargain with God? And if we could, would we really want to, knowing He knows best anyway?

“A God of All Seasons” brings so much comfort to the reader. It’s tender words gently walk us through all the autumns, winters, springs, and summers of our earthly life.

I received a free ARC of this book from the authors. I am not obliged to give a positive review. All words and thoughts are entirely my own.

Click here to purchase your copy.


13c9ba50-c32a-4f8b-9d0c-9805e3beb56dTo celebrate her tour, T.H. Meyer is giving away a Kindle Fire!! Click below to enter. Be sure to comment on this post before you enter to claim 9 extra entries! https://promosimple.com/ps/bd4e


About the Authors

Tammy H MeyerAfter living in Asia and Europe, T.H. Meyer’s family planted roots on their Texas farm in 2008 where they live among fields of Rye and Bermuda. Tammy is a writer and creative strategist who also moonlights as a social media specialist. She’s the mother to three children and author of, A Life of Creative Purpose: Embrace Uniqueness, Explore Boldness, Encourage Faith and Social Media Strategies: Discovering Powerful Tools of the Trade without Losing Your Soul for Christian entrepreneurs maneuvering the daunting and soul-sucking world of online marketing.

Join Tammy on her website: The Art of Fear Not: An Adventurous Life of Faith http://www.tammy-h-meyer.com/.

Or stay in touch with her at:

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/hendricksmeyer/pins/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tammy.h.meyer/ for personal photos and thoughts from home.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tammy.hendricksmeyer

Or Twitter: https://twitter.com/tammy_h_meyer/lists & find out what’s on her Twitter “Lists.”

Amy BreitmannAmy’s (Amy Breitmann) Bio: Amy weaves together ministry and writing alongside her husband and two children in Augusta, GA. She is a writer, speaker, and founder of “The Lydia Project,” a national ministry for women facing cancer and is a storyteller for ViBella Jewelry, an international company that employs artisans in Haiti and Mexico. Her published works include pieces in Chicken Soup for the Soul, Mosaic: Sojourners of Faith, and Guideposts Magazine.

Blog Stops

August 10: Book Reviews From an Avid Reader

August 11: A Baker’s Perspective

August 12: Just Jo’Anne

August 13: Avid Reader Book Reviews

August 13: Splashes of Joy

August 13: Rockin’ My Mom Jeans

August 14: A Reader’s Brain

August 15: autism mom

August 16: Captive Dreams Window

August 16: autismchristianmom

August 17: Karen Sue Hadley

August 18: Moments Dipped in Ink

August 19: Bigreadersite

August 20: Eat,Read,Teach,Blog

August 21: Margaret Kazmierczak

August 22: Breaking Ordinary

August 23: Book Bites, Bee Stings, & Butterfly Kisses

August 23: Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations



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  4. Thank you for your kind comment Lupe Green. I’ve been blogging over two years, but really only seriously for this past year. I’m still learning and often have doubts about my writing. Most of last year’s work was spent promoting other writers (online at least). I am also on the blog roster for ‘Christian Writers Downunder’, and have recently been invited to join the blog roster for ‘Australasian Christian Writers’.



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