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A simple day away can recharge your soul and transform your life

23 Jan Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on A simple day away can recharge your soul and transform your life
A simple day away can recharge your soul and transform your life

A simple day away can recharge your soul and transform your life

Our spiritual lives can often resemble our cell phones at the end of the day. The battery is run down and in need of a charge. Sometimes we are down to 2% before we even realize it. It’s important we reconnect to our power source. Even a single day set aside to recharge fully with God can do wonders for the soul. In Getaway with God: The Everywoman’s Guide to Personal Retreat (Kregel Publications), Letitia Suk offers women a step-by-step, no-excuses guide to getting back in sync with God.



Excerpted from the introduction of  

Getaway with God by Letitia Suk © 2016 Kregel Publications


Dear Friend,

What if you could plug your soul in for a long recharge like you do your phone every night? If you’re like me, the “juice” on my phone can slide into the red zone without me even noticing. An emergency-like response sets in as I desperately grab the charger to plug back into the power. Staying connected to the source feels critical. And that’s just for a phone.

Our souls work like that too-draining constantly throughout the day, even more during times of crisis. As with the phone, we may not be aware of the energy loss until we are nearly empty.

How do you know when you are skirting into the red zone? See if you can answer yes to any of these questions:

  • Are you weary of the rush to the next day?
  • Do you feel stretched edge to edge?
  • Are you overbooked and overwhelmed?
  • Do you rarely leave room for margin in which to refuel?
  • Do you long for time to just be with God?

I’m raising my hand and so are countless other women, whether busy moms or active executives, new believers or lifetime church members. “I need time with Jesus” echoes in small groups, on social networking sites, in coffee shops, and in blog posts. We’re all hungry for a soul recharge: extended time alone with God.

In spite of the expressed need, life totally gets in the way, and the timeless remedy of just getting up a little earlier to fit it all in is no longer effective. In fact, most of us try and try to squeeze in time for Jesus and finally quit, feeling like failures. We long for more, but we’re out of ideas how to attain it. Sound familiar?

Getting away with God on a personal retreat works like that overnight charge. We plug into the source of all life and let him fill us to the brim. One full charge can last a long time as we resume the race set before us. Hope returns, peace floods in, and the mental fog lifts. Something about hanging out with the creator of the universe brings things into perspective.

Enticed but skeptical, right? Don’t worry, I’ll address your concerns; I’ve had them all myself. Getaway with God: The Everywoman’s Guide to Personal Retreat tells my story and invites you to begin to write your own. Come along with me. I will show you the way to the renewal and spiritual intimacy you long for. You’ll be ready for an encounter with God that can fill you with more joy and blessing than you’ve imagined could be yours.


Ready? Pull up a chair.

Warm regards,



Letitia Suk is an author and life coach who is passionate about helping women create a purposeful life and experience the fullness God offers. She has served as a hospital chaplain for nearly a decade and is a sought-after speaker for women’s events and retreats. Suk has had more than 100 articles appear in various print publications and is the author of Rhythms of Renewal and Getaway with God: The Everywoman’s Guide to Personal Retreat. Suk lives in the Chicago area with her husband, Tom. They have four grown children and three grandchildren.

 Learn more about Letitia Suk, at You can also follow her on Facebook (Letitia.Suk.Author) and Twitter (@LetitiaSuk). 



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