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As a 30-year-old Christian who has sought God's leading in making many of the above decisions, Colin Creel sets out to share both what he's learned as well as the advice of some older, wiser men and women who can look back with discernment of the life-molding decisions all twentysomethings face. By addressing such topics as romance, work, friendship, character development, and spiritual formation, Perspectives offers life-changing daily tidbits of wisdom for the searching Christian twentysomething.
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Charisma Media
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 8 X 5 (inches)|
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Each chapter is titled with a question, ranging from ambiguous to piercing, that sets the tone for the advice to follow. From What makes you pound the table? to How do you handle loneliness? to What is success in practical terms?, the chapters cover most aspects of a Christian twentysomethings life. Thirty chapters make the book ideal for a month-long study, while the descriptive titles allow young adults to go directly to the advice they need right then.
While the writing is good, theres nothing about it to captivate the reader. The focus is all on the strong content. Though the writing does nothing to detract from the message, if the book is read in one or two sittings, it may begin to feel somewhat humdrum. Reading a bit at a time will also allow twentysomethings to think about each chapter, especially the points to ponder closing each one. Recommended for young adults with teachable minds and hearts. -- Katie Hart, Christian Book Previews.com
Karisa Herrigstad5 Stars Out Of 5January 12, 2009Karisa HerrigstadThis book has allowed me to approach college and my future life in a new light. The advice given along with the bible references create a legitimate atmosphere to learn from others and God. It can be done solo or as a bible study. And giving it to someone when your done is a great way to keep the hope of living a God driven life going around. Enjoy!