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Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2015
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Take the Limits off Your Dreams and Unleash Your Faith
You were made for more. Dont you sense it?
There is a desire in every human heart to be part of something bigger and greater than themselves. We search in many different places, hoping we can fulfill this longing. We chase after careers, relationships, family, possessions, status, and addiction. Some pursuits are good, some are destructivenone of them can ultimately satisfy the cry of your heart.
Get ready to start living Untamed and…
- Trade your life of striving for Gods journey of abundance and adventure
- Experience freedom to pursue radical dreams
- Overcome your fears, take wild risks and experience the impossible
- Live out the promises God has placed within you
You were created to dream… and dream big. Discover how to take the limits off your dreams and start experiencing the abundant life that you were made for!
Jason Clark is a singer/songwriter, an author, a speaker, and a pastor. Jasons passion is to know the love of God more each day. He lives to see a generation step into their identity as sons and daughters of the King and establish His Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children. For more information on Jasons books or albums go to: www.jasonclarkis.com or www.afamilystory.org.
Janice GareyDecatur, GAAge: 55-65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Encouragement to Trust GodJanuary 6, 2017Janice GareyDecatur, GAAge: 55-65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Review Title: Encouragement to Trust God (review of Untamed by Jason Clark)
Reviewer: Janice S. Garey
***** 5 Stars
Thank you, Jason Clark, for writing a book that dares people to trust God in extreme ways. Stories of faith testing abound in this book whether in the financial realm or listening to promptings of God to take action on an unconventional way to offer prayer to a stranger.
This is not a book for those who are self reliant and trust only in what their five senses tell them about reality. If you are interested in discovering how God can play a bigger role in shaping your reality than what your physical senses encounter then read this book.
Humor resides in this book. The true stories of extreme trust as told by Jason Clark are serious but told in a good humored style. His writing gives a delightful encounter with God at work in the world.
This is a hopeful book that shows a deeper experience with God is available to those willing to fully trust in God. I thank the author, publisher, and bookfun.org for giving me this book in exchange for reading it and posting an honest review. I highly recommend it to Christians, both new and mature in the faith. Seekers who want to better understand the magnitude of encounters with God that they have heard about elsewhere need to read this book.
lcjohnson1988IndianaAge: 45-54Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5something to think aboutApril 30, 2016lcjohnson1988IndianaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4When I perused through the book to get a sense of what I was about to read, I noticed right off it was written with transparency along with humor. As I looked at pages, there were frequent breaks in each chapter that made being able to put the book down to contemplate what one had read was a definite bonus. As readers learn from Jasons walk with the Lord, it would be a good idea to remember that this is the authors walk. What Jason is sharing is what he learned and how God longs for us to be encompassed by His Person.
The endnotes at the end of each chapter show some very interesting books readers might consider for further study. The picture on the book really shows how we are called to rely on God and God alone in all areas of life. In order for that to be our reality, we have to let go and surrender all of us to Him, looking to God alone and not relying on ourselves.
No matter whom the author is readers should always read discerningly as only the Bible is divinely inspired. Plus ask the Lord what He would have be a part of your life with God. Wherever He is working in your life ask how you can join Him instead of asking Him to bless plans you have already made. When I read nonfiction books, I try to glean what the Lord highlights for me and let go of the rest.
nkwbookreviewer5 Stars Out Of 5Very InspiringApril 18, 2016nkwbookreviewerQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5"Untamed: A Fools Guide to Surrendered Faith" by Jason Clark is a 240 page paperback book on spiritual growth. It is an encouraging, uplifting book. The author believes that life should be lived fully. He gives examples through personal experiences and does a wonderful job with his storytelling. His love and dependence on God are evident throughout this inspirational book. Clark writes about his own struggles, failures, dreams, and successes in a relatable fashion. Men especially will appreciate the outdoor adventures and references, but I am sure women will like them, too. He writes about his longing for something more, how he gets down when he fails, and how we should rely on God to direct us. Living the untamed life begins with God. We have to know in our heart that God loves us and wants the best for us. Then comes seeking His will, obedience, and sharing with others. Dotted with scripture this motivational book encourages Christians to open themselves up to God's direction and make the most out of life by living it untamed.
I rated this book a 5 out of 5 stars and would recommend it to anyone wanting an encouraging book. A free copy was provided for my honest review by The Book Club Network.
muffinHonea Path, SCAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5UntamedNovember 20, 2015muffinHonea Path, SCAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was an excellent book! It is chock full of real life adventures and interesting stories. This book is written in a very easy to read format. Every chapter has small stories that are full of wisdom. Jason Clark encourages readers to live "untamed" and live out your dream. He encourages readers to take risks and overcome your fears.
I would greatly encourage everyone to read this book. It was very encouraging to me. I received this book from bookfun for my honest opinion.
bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: Over 65Gender: Female4 Stars Out Of 5A call to live the adventureNovember 16, 2015bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: Over 65Gender: FemaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4The life of the Christian should be an untamed adventure, Clark writes. We are to break through the barriers and claim our birthright of wide open spaces.
Clark shares his own journey to experiencing that untamed life. He writes about his yearning for more, his disappointments and dreams dashed, and living in a spiritual wasteland. Living the untamed life begins when we believe God loves us. He writes about practicing obedience, telling our story, slaying giants, being relevant, and the tension of the God-given dream and faith.
I appreciated his teaching on the wilderness experience. This is the place where our relationship to the Father can be developed, he writes. He is honest about receiving revelation, reminding us that it takes time to work it out. Sometimes the pathway seems the opposite of what God has promised. Such testing is an essential part of the story.
Clark realizes the power of story. He tells his story and encourages us to tell ours as well. This is not a Bible study exploring the way to the unfettered Christian life. It is rather a good example of how to tell our own story so others see how God has led us to the place of untamed adventure. He does weave Scripture into the narrative so we can see how that is done too.
This is a good book for men as many of the adventures Clark describes are those men would enjoy, I think, much more so than women. It is an encouraging book, showing how God can work in our lives, even when we make a mess of things along our journey. It's one man's story of living an untamed life and redefining the paradigm of what ministry looks like. It is an encouragement for us to do the same.
Food for thought: Our hearts are designed for wild worship... Our minds are designed to dream as big as the heart of God... Our bodies are designed for dangerous service... (99)
I received a complimentary galley of this book through The Book Club Network for the purpose of an independent and honest review.