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Max on Life – Max Lucado

In his new book “Max on Life”, Max Lucado compiled different questions that we all face at some point in our everyday life and tries to help us using the only book that has all the answers, “The Bible”. We are all in different stages and going through different phases in life. We face many […]

The PRINCIPLE of the Path – Andy Stanley

“Direction – not Intention-determines our Destination”. I had the opportunity to read and review this book titled “The Principle of the Path” by Andy Stanley. In this book Andy writes in detail about “How to get from where you are to where you want to be”. Andy Stanley is a pastor, communicator, author and the […]

The Power Based Life – Mike Flynt

I recently read this book titled “The Power Based Life” by Mike Flynt. Mike is a football player and in 2007 at age fifty nine, He received national attention by returning to his college alma mater, Sul Ross State University, to play his senior year, thus becoming the oldest contributing member of a college football […]

Outlive Your Life – You were made to make a difference – Max Lucado

I am very impressed by this book titled “Outlive Your Life – You were made to make a difference” by Max Lucado. This is an excellent book that challenges us in many ways. Once I started reading it, it was hard to put it down. The author talks about not just being “Christians” but how […]

Mind Your Own Mortgage – Robert J. Bernabe

“Mind Your Own Mortgage” by Robert J. Bernabe is an excellent resource for first time home buyers as well as current home owners and for anyone who is interested to know more about home ownership and mortgages. This book makes you think differently about home ownership, mortgages and your finances. It is mainly focused on […]

The Right to Lead – John C. Maxwell

The “The Right to Lead “is another great book by John Maxwell. It took me around 2 hours to read through this book which contains 125 pages. In this book John writes about people who have earned the right to lead others. Because of the courage they found and the character they displayed other people […]