5.5” X 8.5” -- 232 pages
“God’s time often differs from our time” says the author, and in this compelling book (written with Rabbi Akiva Feinstein), he provides spiritual insights about how to cope with constant change and the worry about the future that comes with it. His hope is that when using this book, readers will become increasingly aware of God at work in the universe and within the context and changes of their own lives. He believes that this growing awareness will make a profound difference in the way they live.
Living at God's Speed, Healing in God's Time is arranged into four distinct sections and each represents a key aspect of spiritual growth. Brief “Connecting Points” and prayers follow each reflection in these four sections to help readers relate what they have read to their personal life and circumstances. This is a wonderful companion for all who seek a deeper relationship with God.
REVIEW What a refreshing reminder of who we are as humans! It gently calls us to let go of the things in life we cannot control. With colorful anecdotes and everyday language, Sidoti and Feinstein illustrate practical ways to reduce the unnecessary stresses of life and to “go with the flow.” —Erin V. Newton, MD, Indiana University
Charles W. Sidoti, is a clinically trained, board certified, Chaplain and Coordinator of Pastoral Care at South Pointe Hospital part of the Cleveland Clinic Health System. He has developed and implemented an exemplary inter-faith Hospital Ministry and was granted Board Certification by the National Association of Catholic Chaplains in 2000.
Rabbi Akiva Feinstein, is a chaplain at Vinney Hospice of Montefiore in Beachwood, Ohio. He is a part of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland's Chaplaincy program, visiting patients at Cleveland Clinic Health System and University Hospitals.