Books



Mended is available in paperback of for the Kindle on Amazon

Mended is a collection of essays inspired by kintsugi, the Japanese art of beautiful repair. Kintsugi is based on the idea that broken things can be repaired, and once that process is complete they are even more beautiful than before. 

This collection of essays focuses on the struggle of living with anxiety and depression, and how to also live with grace and faith in the midst of darkness. It is raw and honest, and does not provide any easy answer or gloss over the pain. It is a narrative of struggle, but also of prayer, of hope, and of rescue. 

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"Anna White does a wonderful job delivering transparent words that take you deep into the truths of doubt, anxiety, and fear. I felt as if I was reading her private journal. She exposes the hard truths of her heart, and then takes the reader along as she find truth, and love and authentic joy in the everyday. I loved this book and I want to read everything written by the author."

Soul Rest is available for the Kindle on Amazon. 

Soul Rest is a little guide to help women find a personal retreat in the middle of their lives. It is written to be done over a weekend, but the practices in it can be taken out and done in quick moments or stolen hours. The purpose of this work is to encourage women to breathe, to rest, and to embrace the wholeness and enoughness that we find in God. 


"Are you a mom who is overwhelmed or overburdened by the daily-ness of life? Do you need to get away from it all, even if it's just for a short amount of time? This book will show you how to take a mini retreat all by yourself. Combining sound scriptural principles with self-contemplation and self-care, Anna White provides a step-by-step guide on how to retreat and rest from the multitude of things that pull on us moms. Whether your retreat is in a local hotel room or your own back bedroom, Anna will guide you through the entire process. You will leave feeling refreshed, renewed, and ready to refocus your efforts on the people and things in your life that really matter."