Introverts do so much well. They listen well, feel deeply, and think carefully. They also take delight in quiet and happily spend time alone. Yet even introverts need friends to support them through the rough patches, to challenge them to live well, to help them laugh. And God calls even introverts to live connected. No small challenge!
How can introverts live connected in a quiet, thoughtful sort of way? In her warm, conversational, story-loving voice, Afton Rorvik writes about creative and practical ways to embrace introversion as a friendship-building tool—in a quiet, thoughtful way, of course. Introverts (and those who love them) will find courage and challenge here to build life-giving friendships, one word at a time.
Afton Rorvik savors words, flavored coffee, time outside, and living connected. She happily embraces her introversion as a gift and celebrates her courage-giving faith in God. Rorvik and her husband, John, have two adult children and love to walk and hike in Colorado.
Living Connected: An Introvert’s Guide to Friendship is available from NewHopePublishers.com and your favorite book retailers.