Saturday, September 6, 2014

Move On- Book Review

So, I've been on a journey for spiritual growth and have been reading lots of books this summer. To grow as a person, you have to be challenged, shaped by others ideas and be willing to change areas of your life to make change.

Change is never easy and if we wanted to do it by ourselves, we wouldn't need others to help us with that growth. 
Move On
Having the opportunity to read "Move On" by Vicki Courtney, she is spot on about either getting honest about things in your life or moving on. If we remove the veneer and expose the truth that's hiding behind our lives, people could see us for who we are. We wouldn't have to walk around being something we're not. This book is refreshing is so many ways because Vicki is honesty on so many levels and I appreciate her authenticity.

If you're life is messy or if you feel like it could be a hint of a mess, this book is for you if you want to get honest. If you're not looking to get honest, then don't even think about looking at this book. If you're wanting to get past legalism, shame, guilt struggles, getting beyond broken dreams and Christian snobs, this book will help you get through those sticky situations. I really enjoyed this book and was challenged by this book, but challenged to make good changes in my life.

Thank you Thomas Nelson for providing me a complimentary copy for review. I was not compensated for a positive review.

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