“The Daily Grind / Coffee With God” Devotional

Note: The One Year Daily Grind is technically out of print, but the new edition–titled The One Year Coffee With God–is now available. See the Shop page for ordering signed copies.

365 devotions for the spiritual life

Sometimes the only thing that props you up in the morning is a shot of caffeine, the daily grind. You’d move heaven and earth to get your hands on it.

So what would happen if you treated your devotional time with God that way?

In a conversational, blog-style ramble, Sarah Arthur invites you on a journey from the coffeehouse to true community. Tracing a year of transitions in her own life, she explores both the subtle and the startling ways God transforms us through daily spiritual routines like prayer and living simply.

Two-thirds personal story, one-third spiritual search, with a shot of playful poesy—The One Year Coffee With God fills your cup with plenty of brew for thought.

It’s perfect for young adults as a great graduation, holiday, birthday, or wedding gift. Signed and personalized copies are available here.

 

3 Responses to “The Daily Grind / Coffee With God” Devotional

  1. Hilberto Hernandez says:

    I would like to know where to buy your books here in the Rio Grande Valley Texas

    • Sarah Arthur says:

      Hi there,

      I just checked Christian bookstores in your area, and it looks like there
      are several in McAllen, TX. Viva Life and
      Calvary Book and Bible. Each store features a wide selection of Christians
      books, Bibles, videos and music in both English and Spanish. If they are
      not carrying my books, you can always give them the titles and they can
      order them for you. Keep in mind that some of the books are out of print,
      so you may only be able to find them for sale online or through my website.

      Blessings!
      Sarah Arthur

  2. Hi Sarah, I received a copy of your Coffee with God devotional for Christmas, and I’ve been really impressed with it so far! I chuckled when I read above that this devotional is “perfect for young adults”. It’s been 30 years since I was a young adult, but I’m finding that this devotional is just what I need right now. I was especially impacted by what you said on January 23rd about belonging to God. The words of Isaiah 43 were incredibly encouraging to me in the situation that I’m in. I’d read them before, but I really heard from God that day, through the vehicle of your honesty and sensitivity to scripture. Thank you so much!

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