At one time or another, everyone takes a hard look in the mirror & wonders if they’re living to their potential. Pastor Furtick eases minds by letting us in on a secret: it happens to Pastors, too.
Every Christian wants to do big things for God. Not everyone has the same calling. So, what do you do when you know your life’s meant to be greater?
Pastor Furtick reminds us to cherish small beginnings & live an obedient life. His analogies are hysterically funny. His honesty, off-the-pulpit explanations create a friendly rapport between author & reader. At no time did I feel like I was learning because it felt more like a healthy chat with a friend.
One could take enough quotes to use for hundreds of tweets & Facebook statuses. Many of his reminders will end up on Post-Its for cubicles & refrigerators. They are gold.
Pastor Furtick’s writing should be used as an example for other Christian, non-fiction authors. He gets his points across without assumptions, with fresh viewpoints, & in a non-judgmental fashion.
For both new & seasoned Christians, make room in your resource library for this one. Pastor Furtick will help you remember who & what you are to God, the Father. Those who dream big will appreciate his advice & encouragement.
If Pastor Furtick decides to write more, hopefully, he’ll continue along the path of ‘Greater’. I absolutely give ‘Greater’ 5 of 5 stars.
I received one eBook to write my review. No other compensation was provided. More info is available through the publisher: www.waterbrookmultnomah.com