Saturday, July 23, 2011

Book Review- Max on Life

I recently received a copy of the book “Max on Life” by Max Lucado.  This book takes many of the questions that he has been asked throughout his career and answers them in a frank manner.  Each question has it’s own chapter and the chapters are relatively short.  I like this.  This a book that you don’t read in one sitting, rather, it’s meant to be enjoyed over a period of time I think.  I think this is a good book to take a chapter a day and digest.  It would even be a good book to discuss at the dinner table with the family, especially if you have older children who will understand the concepts.  Some of the concepts would be too much for younger children.
The book is separated into 7 sections:  Hope, Hurt, Help, Him/Her, Home, Haves and Have-Nots, and Hereafter.  You can jump to a particular section if you have certain questions, or read a chapter a day Smile
All in all I’ve really enjoyed this book.  I can almost hear Mr. Lucado speaking as I read the chapters.  I enjoy the frankness and candidness of the writing.  And, it gives you some things to think about.
I would recommend this book for personal use, and for gifts.  It might make it on to my Christmas List this year Winking smile

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