“Moving Forward: Overcoming the Habits, Hangups, and Mishaps That Hold You Back” by John Siebeling
In Moving Forward, John Siebeling talks about the habits and mindsets that hold us back from living the abundant life that God has promised to us (John 10:10), and from moving forward.
He touches on topics like our emotions, and how we are responsible for how our lives turn out (how we react to life’s ups and downs is up to us). He talks about mindset and choices, too, which I love, as it aligns with what I teach, here on my blog!
Lastly, John also talks about dreaming big, and about our financial habits. There’s even a budget guide included in the back of the book!
Overall, I enjoyed this book, and found it to be a quick, easy read with lots of practical information. Definitely recommended.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review by the Baker Books Blogger program.
“Without Rival: Embrace Your Identity and Purpose in an Age of Confusion and Comparison” by Lisa Bevere
Lisa has a way of writing & teaching that really sparks a fire within me. She writes to empower other women to live boldly for the Kingdom of God.
In “Without Rival“, Lisa tackles the issue of our identity, and ushers a wake up call for us to remember who (and Whose) we are … and what that means for us, as we live out our daily lives.
Other topics that are touched on include: comparison, insecurity, responding to others’ judgment or insecurities, genders as equal in God’s economy, fearless living, God’s unrivaled nature and His unique love for each one of us, as well as our legacy, and the promise we have that all will be restored.
I loved this book, and underlined quite a bit. I will probably need to re-read it at some point, in order to gather even more… there’s a lot of great stuff here.
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