It’s easy to fill our lives with all the “important” things while subconsciously dismissing the most important thing—spending time with our loving God who wants to be close to us.
When you open your Bible, where do you start? Perhaps you’ve asked these questions: Where do I start in my Bible? Is there any difference between reading and studying—or “basking in”—the Bible? How can I get to know the Person behind the words on the pages of my Bible?
Whatever you experience of faith or life circumstances, you will find encouragement, advice, and practical strategies in As Light Lingers. In this book, you will discover how basking in the power of God’s Word will make you want to linger with God—because time with Him is so sweet.
"I love this book. It’s easy to read and so relevant, not only to individuals of any age or stage in their faith journey but also for families so that kids can also learn how to meaningfully study the Bible." - TERRY JOHNSON, PRESIDENT OF GREATER SYDNEY CONFERENCE
"A year ago I discovered something fresh and new from a book about how to be baptized daily by the Holy Spirit. That book changed my life and ministry. This new book by Nina Atcheson may do the same for you. How can you separate the daily baptism of the Spirit from a daily, fresh reading of the Bible? Nina’s strategic plan may be new to you—but if you implement it, you’ll never be the same again. That’s the Author’s promise." - DWIGHT NELSON, SENIOR PASTOR, PIONEER MEMORIAL CHURCH, ANDREWS UNIVERSITY
I just finished reading the book As Light Lingers by Nina Atcheson, and I love this book so much. This book not only gave me tools to understand the Bible better but also inspired me to read it more. It is a powerful tool, and I highly recommend it to everyone. The book has been such a blessing to me that I am planning to use it in my classes on spiritual growth. - S. JOSEPH KIDDER, PROFESSOR OF CHRISTIAN MINISTRY AND BIBLICAL SPIRITUALITY, ANDREWS UNIVERSITY
"Nina Atcheson’s book reminds me again and again that the key to spiritual growth and power is in spending time with God in His Word. We know, “Eternal life is to know God,” and that doesn’t happen without quality time spent with Him. This book underlines the importance of studying the Word prayerfully, inviting and allowing the Spirit to change you and use you according to God’s will. It is filled with many profound spiritual lessons and also practical, specific advice on how to study it and implement it. I believe all pastors, leaders, and lay members will be blessed by reading it." - PAVEL GOIA, EDITOR of MINISTRY MAGAZINE