Halleemah Nash has a unique voice and a diverse set of experiences. She has told her story as a public speaker for nearly a decade, but in 2014 added author to her thought leadership with contributing authorship to the “NIV, Bible for Women: Fresh Insights for Thriving in Today’s World” the release her self published work “Endless Summer: Inspirations and Reflections for the Journey to Life Balance.”

Nash has paired her witty and relatable life experiences with scriptural lessons and inspirational quotes focused on the subject of life balance. With titles such as Rejection As a Tool, The Pity Party Does Not Turn Up, #TeamNoSleep, and A Prayer For Our Exes, this devotional is sure to strike a cord and serve as a resource to help people in all walks of life on their quest to a more balanced perspective.

“I’ve been asked so frequently once I began writing this work, what exactly is a balanced life? What does an endless summer look like? If I were to summarize my charge to readers in the devotional Endless Summer it would be: Allow your dreams to be bigger than the limits of your current reality, work smart and build a loving relationship with discipline, and finally- be balanced in your perspective.” Halleemah Nash

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NIV: Bible for women

The NIV Bible for Women contains writings by women who want to share their experiences—their joys and their struggles—with readers. Authors share their thoughts on topics ranging from cultural issues like social justice, economic inequality, and social media addiction to personal needs like prayer, decision-making, relationships, infertility, career, and calling. Halleemah Nash is a contributing author.

Endless summer devotional

In Endless Summer, Halleemah Nash shares her personal collection of reflections, devotionals, and best practices to inspire individuals across boundaries to live balanced lives. Incorporating her own storied journey, she explores topics such as leadership, vision boarding, gratefulness, forgiveness, letting go, time management, and sound stewardship.

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