Slow Brewing Tea

Slow Brewing Tea

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Slow Brewing Tea is an epic spiritual adventure and a touching love story that will compel you to look deeper at your relationships with your God, your spouse and the path beneath your feet.Isaiah set off on a ten day motorcycle adventure in northern, rural Japan. His quest, at the age of twenty, was to photograph the quiet mysterious culture, meet a beautiful Japanese woman and find The Tao (the way). He took great photographs, fell in love with an extraordinary Japanese woman and found an old man willing to teach him the way, the truth and the narrow gate. Over the next forty years Isaiah finds a path of unconditional love and faith through lessons of pain and redemption, loss and victory. Be transformed by a journey into traditional Japan, a mystical land of tea ceremonies, Japanese gardens, rich culture and unexpected spiritual revelations.

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    Slow Brewing Tea Reviews

  • Randy Loubier

    This novel is a quest through the deep valleys and high peaks of a land you have never seen. It is a tea steeped in lingered love, with a rich flavor you have never tasted. Quests take time, and they ...

  • Stephen Verrill

    Cute little love story with a deeper Love story going on in the Spirit. An interesting venture into a culture unlike mine. I tried assembling the scrolls in my head and am glad that the author has a d...

  • Coconuts

    This is a beautiful story of one man's life, Isaiah. The book starts off strong and captivating with stories from The Cold War but the overall sense this book creates is peace. With a strong push for ...

  • lisa

    Glad to see writer invested their 3 years for writing such a great book. Book is so captivating and emerging.I am in love with this delighful creation by WRITER RANDY LOUBIER. MUST BUY...

  • Alison Sofra

    This book breaks all the molds! I am an avid reader of Christian fiction. And I would like to think of myself as someone who can write a decent, objective review. Maybe you won’t agree after reading...

  • Grady

    ‘A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step’ – Lao TzuNew Hampshire author Randy Loubier is the pastor of a church who has lived in Japan for a time, soaking up the culture and ...

  • Jim Knox

    I was moved to tears by this novel. I saw myself in Isaiah. Painfully shy, not knowing what to say to women. Wanting to be loved, but doing or saying things that seem to drive them away. I finished th...

  • Allen Madding

    Moving story of redemption and love filled with romance and adventure. Yes, it moved me to tears....

  • Joanna E.Lopez

    Spiritual Love. Twenty-year-old Isaiah is on a motorcycle tour through rural Japan. He is on a quest to take beautiful photographs of the people and sights of Northern Japan and to discover more about...

  • Sandy

    The best novel to hit the Goodreads shelf!This book is pure genius. Let yourself steep slowly in this pot. It will change you. I had drifted a bit from Jesus. Life got busy, doubts came in about why b...