Quiet Places

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Bethany House, 1997 - Religion - 191 pages
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A women's guide for Christian retreat offers meditations and encouragement for enriching spiritual life during a busy day or in an organized group setting.

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Jane Rubietta is the critically acclaimed author of fifteen books, including the award-winning "Grace Points" and "Quiet Places". She travels internationally, speaking hundreds of times a year at women's events, churches, and parenting groups. Jane brings a voice of vulnerability and honesty as she writes and speaks on issues close to--indeed, about--people's hearts. ("You've been reading my journal," women tell her after she speaks. "You've been living my life," when they read her books.) She also writes regularly for "indeed, MOMSense, Fullfill, Significant Living, " and other magazines and websites.

After obtaining a B.S. in business from Indiana University, Jane completed postgraduate studies in Germany while also forming and directing an international drama team that took the Gospel throughout Europe. She attended seminary at Trinity Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. She is assistant coordinator and faculty member of Write-To-Publish Writer's Conference. Jane and her husband, Rich, live near Chicago, Illinois.

Jane would be delighted to discuss keynoting a conference, leading a retreat, or speaking at your church. To learn more about Jane's speaking ministry, itinerary, and contact information, please visit her at www.JaneRubietta.com.

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