Sunday, November 7, 2010

# Book Review # Jason Frenn

Book Review: Power to Reinvent Yourself

Summary from GoodReads: Evangelist and author Jason Frenn details five steps accessing Christ's power to break the chains of destructive patterns that afflict generation after generation. Many families suffer from dysfunction and conflict handed down from one generation to the next, and the cycle repeats itself with greater and greater severity. Parents struggle to keep their families from eroding as they helplessly watch their kids, teenagers, and adult children fall into overwhelming patterns of self-destruction. But there is a power that can set these families free and change their future. In this book, readers experience the story of the author and his family, and how he was rescued from destruction. Each reader can find the POWER TO REINVENT YOURSELF and obtain a life of significance, success, and victory! 

My Review: This book lays out your transformation and steps it takes to make changes in a faith based way. I know many Christians that are always stumped when it's time to pray. Is there a right way? Is there a wrong way? My personal opinion, being non-religious, has always been no. That it shouldn't matter. The great thing with this book is that it actually gives you prayers to use. I know so many people that would find that part of the book, alone, very insightful and helpful. 

I think this is a great book for those in any phase of their faith. Or those who just want to expand their knowledge. Even religion is often about baby steps and being comfortable with your standing with God and within your faith. This book is a definite help to those working their way through it and to those that want to make some changes.

RATING: ♥♥♥♥

Pages: 266

Review copy of this book provided by the author/publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. In no way did the provision of the book affect the outcome of my review.

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful review! Your insights will be very helpful to those that read this one. ;)


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