Holy Noticing Review

Book Review: 

Meditation. Reflection. Solitude. Quiet.

Words like these tend to scare people, even Christians.

But what if we just misunderstood these words and the practices that they imply? Finally, the foundations of biblical truth and neuroscience mesh well and balanced in order to give clarity to what is often confusing.

This book is both technical and practical, but is written from the heart of a pastor. Therefore, readers can anticipate a warm shepherding effect as they digest this book. What Dr. Stone writes about is lost in the Christian life today. The discipline and art of mindfulness is ignored and avoided in the name of “getting things done.”

One of the values of this book is the research accompanying the writing. Dr. Stone was very diligent to present the data of research he completed in bringing this content to the surface of reader’s attention.

This is the kind of book that should have been written long ago, yet this book will stick around for quite some time as it calls Christians back to the strong practice of renewing and discipling the mind.

Thank you to MPnewsroom for the book in exchange for an unbiased review.