Pumpkin spice lattes – coffee brown in a white paper cup, a hint of ginger around the edges, and whipped cream sprinkled with fragrant nutmeg.
Is there anything more beautiful than the colors – and tastes – of autumn? From early sunrises pink and purple to evening sunsets streaking red and orange. The rusty orange of pumpkins ripe and waiting on vines of leafy green. Warm and golden- hued September flows into yellow-orange and cool October, which gives way to the brisk air and deep reds of November. Beauty, glory, divine touches around every corner.
Autumn is the perfect time to take back the reins of our self-care intentions. To pause and actually care for ourselves. Let’s enjoy our lattes, oh yes, but let’s also spend time focusing on that which truly fills our hearts and cares for our souls.
It is my prayer that the pause found on these pages would provide you a moment of peace. A break in the hustle and bustle. A chance to drink deep and savor this fleeting and favored season.
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Pumpkin Spice for Your Soul will inspire you
from Back-to-School through Thanksgiving!
Each day of the 25 days in this devotional includes:
- a Scripture verse
- a short devotion
- a brief prayer
- a question to ponder throughout your day
- an “extra shot” — inspiring quotes, recipes,
and fun autumn ideas — like espresso for your soul!
- Lined pages for autumn reflections
- Nine delicious autumn recipes
- A bonus devotion for Advent
Meet the Author
Anna E. Rendell is the author of several devotionals for women. She is a seasoned blogger, sought-after speaker, and the Digital Content Manager at incourage.me. Anna sips her pumpkin spice lattes in Minnesota, where she lives with her husband and their four kids. She loves walking through crunchy leaves, wearing flannels and boots, and pumpkin spice anything — especially lattes.
Here’s to experiencing soul-deep, heart-filling moments this season. Here’s to spending intentional time with family and friends during the season of gratitude. Here’s to pumpkin-flavored everything!
– Anna E. Rendell