You Were Made to Make a Difference
I have Been a Max Lucado fan for well over ten years. His words, whether spoken or written are eloquent and moving. He doesn’t spout vague theory, he defines how to live a true Christian believer should and brings Bible precepts into focus in such a way that one can clearly see the possibilities of living a Christ-centered existence.
Out Live Your Life, You Were Made to Make a Difference, is a call to active duty. Max starts the book with a very profound fable. I don’t want to spoil it for those who will purchase this book, but the price of the book is well worth the lesson in that one story, and there is still much, much more in store as you turn the pages.
About the Book:
These are difficult days in our world’s history. 1.75 billion people are desperately poor, natural disasters are gouging entire nations, and economic uncertainty still reigns across the globe. But you and I have been given an opportunity to make a big difference. What if we did? What if we rocked the world with hope? Infiltrated all corners with God’s love and life? We are created by a great God to do great works. He invites us to outlive our lives, not just in heaven, but here on earth. Let’s live our lives in such a way that the world will be glad we did.
About the Author:
Max Lucado’s works have appeared on every major national bestseller list including Publishers Weekly, USA Today, The New York Times, Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, and Christian Booksellers Association. He has been featured in countless media outlets and national broadcasts.
Max Lucado is a Minister of Preaching at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, where he has served since 1988. He has been married to Denalyn Preston Lucado since 1981, and they have three grown daughters—Jenna, Andrea and Sara—and one son-in-law, Brett.
(The above notes were extracted from MaxLucado.Com)
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