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Are you tired of trying to live for Christ—only to fail time and time again with the same old behaviors? Do you pray for guidance, ask for deliverance, and vow to do better, yet fail to progress?
In Kill the Spider, Carlos Whittaker shares personal material ranging from hilarious, self-deprecating stories to passion-filled wisdom—to show others it’s not enough to try and "stop sinning." He teaches that knocking out deep-rooted habits and issues comes by treating the issue, not just the symptoms.
With transparency, humor, and vulnerable stories, Carlos offers a breath of fresh air to any believer looking to finally step into the freedom in Christ. So, sit down. Open the book. And grab a shoe. We’re going on a spider hunt.
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 2017
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Are you tired of trying to live for Christonly to fail time and time again with the same old behaviors? Do you pray for guidance, ask for deliverance, and vow to do better, yet fail to progress?
As an author, speaker, pastor, and blogger at Ragamuffin Soul, Carlos has lived much of his spiritual life in the spotlight. But, like any Christian, his faith story has its ups and downs. He spent decades trying to figure out how to be a "better person." Time and time again, he strived for holiness only to get caught in the web of destructive habits, behaviors, and thought patterns.
But, the buck stops here. Or, rather, the spider is killed here.
In Kill the Spider, Carlos shares personal material ranging from hilarious, self-deprecating stories to passion-filled wisdomto show others its not enough to try and "stop sinning." He teaches that knocking out deep-rooted habits and issues comes by treating the issue, not just the symptoms.
With transparency, humor, and vulnerable stories, Carlos offers a breath of fresh air to any believer looking to finally step into the freedom in Christ. So, sit down. Open the book. And grab a shoe. Were going on a spider hunt.
Carlos Whittaker is an author, blogger, speaker and worship leader. He has been on the leadership team for Catalyst as well as leading worship at many of their events. He regularly speaks at the largest churches all over the country. He and his wife Heather and their children live in Nashville, TN. Carlos blogs at: ragamuffinsoul.com
incitefaithGeorgiaAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5What is the Spider in Your Life?January 1, 2018incitefaithGeorgiaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Kill the Spider by Carlos Whittaker was a good book to end 2017 with. Though the book wasnt long, it took me a while to chew through it. To identify the spider in our life, we first have to acknowledge the cobwebs. Carlos explains the cobwebs in our life can be any of the following things: Gossip, Alcohol, Body Image, Approval Addiction, etc. Just to name a few. Each of these cobwebs have a spider, in other words, all our issues have roots.
Throughout the book, I could identify a few spiders in my own life, but thankfully, Ive been able to walk away from them with a healthier mindset. Not all struggles are bad, its when they become strongholds and were enslaved to them is the real issue and point to Kill the Spider. Recognizing them and changing our life moving forward is key.
Carlos describes his journey at OnSite to knock out deep-rooted habits that were hiting his relationships with others (primarily his wife and children) and with God. This journey included deep vulnerability and confession with complete strangers.
Questions to consider:
Who is a part of your journey you may be overlooking who can help you work through the rough spots?
What is holding you back from taking the risk to open up to other people?
What secrets are you keeping?
What spiders are masquerading as good things in your life? Theyre there, trust me.
These are just some things Carlos helps you discover page to page. True healing though comes from confession and repentance.
I highly recommend this book if there are habits or mindsets in your life that are holding you back from experiencing truth.
Are you willing to show up broken and ready?
I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.