Saturday, May 1, 2010
I'm such a big fan of books that you can sink your teeth in and walk away with practical tips on making a change. I love when it is laid out simply, is easy to read and doesn't talk way above your head...so you can focus on the application instead of trying to figure out what it all means!
When I was contacted by Waterbrook Press to see if I would like to do a review of this book it definitely caught my eye and knew that it would be something that I would like to read even for myself.
It is written in a way that you could start with whatever chapter interested you and work through it from beginning to end or chapter by chapter. I chose to read it slower so that I could take a chapter at a time and really chew on it a bit and start to apply it piece by piece.
Here's a little bit from the back of the book;
What if you had a second chance to chart your life?
What if you only had a few days to live?
Would you love?
Would you laugh?
Would you give?
Would you live differently than you do right now?
~ Billy Joe Daughtery
If possible, would you do a makeover on parts of your life? Most of us would gladly say "Yes!" to a fresh start, and that's exactly what God offers.
So many people live empty and frustrating lives, which is tragic because God desires a full, productive, and satisfying life for His children. 360 degree Life explores how ordinary people, regardless of their challenges, can experience life-altering change through simple faith. Billy Joe Daughtery weaves material from the Bible, his own experience, and riveting interviews with contemporary Christians to reveal not just how you can survive struggles, but how you can rise above them.
That's the fulfilling result of a 360-degree life.
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