Your Unforgettable Life: Only You Can Choose the Legacy You Leave
We all want to leave remembrances of ourselves to those we leave behind. For some people is is material wealth for others it is something more enduring. This book is well written in explaining how we do that. This book is filled with ideas on how to better focus our lives to leave our legacy truly worth remembering. It is in our service to others that we leave a legacy worth remembering.This book will be your blessing.IHS
April 7, 2009
Living Life DeliberatelySchuchmann and Chapin have written an important book. The basic premise is that life should be lived deliberately, keeping in mind that the choices we make will have an impact on generations to come. Regardless of the legacy left to us, we can and must choose the legacy we leave to our children and to our world. I recommend Your Unforgettable Life as a good book--an important book. It could affect your life to infinity, and beyond.
October 9, 2005
A BOOK YOU'LL NEVER, EVER FORGET!Your Unforgettable Life is a life-changing book that would make a powerful discussion topic for groups. Readers who enjoyed The Purpose-Driven Life will discover this book to pick up at the point where Warren's ended. So, you've found your purpose. You want to live out your dreams. You want to follow God and make an impact on the future. Your Unforgettable Life goes further to make the point that everything you do or say now will have an influence on at least the next four generations. What makes this book extraordinary is that it's well researched and full of dynamic stories, both the authors' and well-known news events. Shuchmann and Chapin offer a wealth of life experience that demonstrates to readers the impact our decisions will have. The authors write, "Leaving a legacy isn't about a single choice or a one-time event in our life -- good or bad...A legacy is the culmination of the seemingly insignificant things we do each day -- the things that add up and are remembered when we're gone."Each chapter of the book delves into a different topic, such as setting priorities, integrity in work and home, and the types of legacies we've inherited. The book offers the hope that no matter what type of legacy has been given to us, it is within our power to produce something positive for future generations.Women's study groups could use this book to teach mothers how significant their role is, and it could be a wonderful source for discussion. Men's groups could focus on the significant role of fathers. It would also work well for couples and for larger groups.Anyone who has a ministry in teaching or speaking would be wise to have a copy of this book because it is full of living examples that draw in listeners.I loved this book. I wish I'd read it years ago! I'd recommend it to anyone wanting to live a life that impacts the world both now and in the years to come.
June 11, 2005