Autumn Leaves

A Collection of Scriptures, Meditations and Prayers

“Here is the purpose of this book—to give you a place of shelter in your daily life. What follows is a set of meditations, inspired by selected Scriptures from the Old and New  Testaments, with the hope that wherever you find yourself in your relationship with Jesus Christ, of the faith we followers of Jesus call ‘Christianity,’ you will come out the book’s end  having given a portion of each day during the autumn season to time set aside with Him.”
– From the Introduction of Autumn Leaves

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What People Are Saying

“Whenever Russ speaks or writes, I listen or read. He has the heart of a pastor and the skill of a poet. So grateful for him and this book.”
– Max Lucado, Senior Minister of Oak Hills Church, San Antonio and Bestselling Author

“Russ Levenson’s Autumn Leaves is a continuous gentle invitation to come to the table and to taste and see that God is good. Written with warmth and wisdom, these pages are good company on the journey of faith.”
– Amy Grant, Grammy Award Winning Recording Artist and Songwriter

“Russ Levenson has a real gift for taking scripture from the Old and New Testaments and making it very personal and relevant to our life today. The relaxed tone of Autumn Leaves will inspire and comfort readers even as it challenges them to grow in their spiritual journey.”
– Susan G. Baker, author of Passing It On and founding member of the National Alliance to End Homelessness

“Russ brings together biography and story with deep theological truths and insights to create a powerful, uplifting set of meditations that can transform the day and the week. I am grateful that this book has been written; and I am even more grateful to the God that can use this book to bring grace to the broken and hope to the afraid.”
– The Very Rev. Ian S. Markham, Ph.D., Dean and President of Virginia Theological Seminary and Professor of Theology and Ethics