Soulfull is a gentle nudge to reorient our intentions and want more for our one precious life: a collection of spiritual reflections, recipes, activities, and prayers that come together as an encyclopedia of hope and spiritual direction.
“Soulfull rebuilt and bolstered some corners of my soul that had been worn away. What a gift!”—Shauna Niequist, New York Times bestselling author of I Guess I Haven’t Learned That Yet
Are we truly living the life we want to live? Sometimes, but not nearly enough. Our souls crave authentic experiences, but seeking them is a challenge in our overcommitted world where often we are more focused on “making it through” than on “making it sacred.” We need regular soul wake-up calls and holy daily rhythms to live a life that feels good from the inside out, shines with meaning, and radiates joy.
In this refreshingly original invitation to soulful living, Farrell Mason speaks to the universal human experience: navigating relationships, coping with change, rebounding from a setback or loss, finding peace, and prioritizing food, fellowship, faith, and regular joy. Soulfull offers balanced and creative ways to pull a little bit of heaven down to our patches of earth.
Whether you’re taking a walk in nature, reading a meditation on hope, finding comfort in a prayer, creating a sumptuous recipe for family and friends, or planting an herb garden, Soulfull is an adventure—a mothering toward new growth, an exploration of life-giving experiences, and a joyous resource to nourish your soul and welcome a life filled with more wonder, delight, and meaning.
About the Author
Farrell Mason is a mother of six children, a spiritual blogger, writer, and host of Soulful 7 Conversations podcast. She is the author of two works of fiction, Alma Gloria and the Olive Tree and The Angel and the Raven, and a collection of prayers, The Pocket Cathedral. Farrell holds a master of art and business from The University of Manchester, England, and a master of divinity with a concentration in theology and the arts from Vanderbilt University. She is a part-time ordained minister of pastoral care at Woodmont Christian Church in Nashville and her heart is forever committed to raising funds and awareness for kids with cancer in honor of her son. In all of her writing you will find a thread of hope, healing, and redemption!
“I haven’t met Farrell Mason yet, but when I do, I’ll greet her with a hug & with great gratitude. This book rebuilt and bolstered some corners of my soul that had been worn away over the last couple years, and I can’t wait to press it into the hands of so many people I love who are similarly tired, hungry, and scraped away on a soul level. What a gift of a book!”—Shauna Niequist, New York Times bestselling author of I Guess I Haven’t Learned That Yet
“Cooking, walking, listening to music—we’re doing that stuff anyway, right? We might as well claim it all as special. Farrell Mason is showing us how to do just that in Soulfull. She suggests that life is magic because we decide it is. Simple as that. What a gem of a book.”—Jen Hatmaker, New York Times bestselling author of Feed Your People
“This book will not only fill you up with joy but draw you in with hope. You are going to be inspired by the practical and engaging adventure Farrell Mason has invited you on. Buckle up, you’re going to love this book and will find yourself sharing the simple truths and creative content with your friends!”—Bob Goff, Sweet Maria’s husband, father of three great kids, grandparent of three amazing grandkids and author of four New York Times best sellers