Restoration House: Creating a Space That Gives Life and Connection to All Who Enteris a unique book–from the cover it appears to be a DIY decorating and design book. But, once you get inside, you see that it is really about our inward relationship with God and how that is displayed outwardly in our homes.
Kennesha Buycks’ narrative recounts her own struggles as she shares her experiences as a child and as a young wife. She uses her talents in decorating and design to provide tips for editing our own homes to help restore peace in our lives and to provide a sanctuary for ourselves and others.
Restoring Our Priorities
Restoration House includes plenty of practical decorating and thrifting tips, but it really isn’t about that. Kennesha Buycks gently leads readers to understand that our homes are reflections of ourselves, and the energy we put into and get from them is determined by our priorities and relationships.
Restoration House shows how the author grew closer to God as she restored her home and family, and how editing and curating our homes carefully can change our entire perspective on life. This isn’t just a pick-up-and-skim type of book. It is meant to be read cover to cover, and with scripture, prayers, and activities for reflection, it is really more of a self-help book.
The author’s message and gentle guidance to edit our homes are much needed reminders to slow down, declutter our minds (and our homes), and bring restoration to our lives.
The publisher provided a review copy of Restoration House.
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