Fully Alive book review
Fully Alive is an inspirational book written by Ken Davis.
Food labels, advertisements, politicians, self-help books – thay all promise the same things: a better life . . . or – as Jesus might put it – life to the fullest.
For millions this pursuit of happiness has captivated, ensnared, and, most disappointingly, it has alluded. Which begs the question, what is the missing link? Fully Alive explores the idea that God is glorified when man is "fully and eternally alive," illustrated by best-selling author and motivational speaker Ken Davis's most honest and intimate stories.
Ken invites us to walk with him on a journey, along a road of heartache and adventure to a place he calls "the land of the living," and discover what may be missing in our lives.
A poignant and entertaining storyteller, Davis points out the practical steps necessary to live this way – everything from lightening up to taking a quality of life assessment, to overcoming trials – while also revealing the power of Christ's resurrection available for each of us.
Get a taste of the beautiful urgency of today and begin moving toward a change in your life that draws from the joy and power that can be found only in Christ.
Every page is full of encouragment. Let's face it, we've all been down in our lives at one point or another, and have heard the motivational speeches from family and friends. This book isn't like that. It's an account of "how" and "what" when it comes to pulling yourself out of the rut that you're in.
Rather than telling you what you SHOULD do, it's more like a "to do list" which is more inviting to the reader.
All in all this was a good read and I would recommend it to anyone.
I did not receive any financial compensation for this review. I did, however, receive free product for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.