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(Review) Synced: Living Connected to the Heart of Jesus by Jennifer Kennedy Dean

Publication Date: February 1, 2016.
Publisher: New Hope
Genre: Nonfiction, Spiritual Life.
Pages: 176.
Source: Free copy from Litfuse Publicity in exchange for a review.
Rating: 4 stars for very good.

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Link for more info on book @ the author's page: Praying Life Foundation.





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Summary:
Synced encourages you to emulate the way Jesus lived His life. With real-life stories of people walking closely with Jesus, finding themselves in the right place at the right time, readers are challenged to examine what staying in step with the Spirit looks like. National best-selling author and known prayer expert, Jennifer Kennedy Dean, uses the familiar passage of the Lord's Prayer as anchor points to present the way Jesus lived His life in step with the Father through prayer.
Every moment is pregnant with purpose. Every moment is drenched in power. Prayer is no longer the means by which you attempt to get God to perform for you and b…

Bible Reading Update

(Review) Audacious by Beth Moore

Publication Date: November 1, 2015.
Publisher: B and H Publishing.
Genre: Nonfiction, Vision, Purpose.
Pages: 192.
Source: Self-purchase.
Rating: 4 stars for very good.

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Further info @ B and H Publishing



Summary:
"Chapter One: A Vision Begging for an Adverb" explains the background for writing the book. Chapter Four is when the word "audacious" is defined and examined. The book addresses women who are looking for a vibrant renewal in their calling. Two important questions begin the work toward clarity and a fresh emphasis: "What is your dream? What is your vision for the future?" In the next chapters, Moore teaches through the Bible to emphasis "audacious" living. For example, Mary's anointing of Jesus from John chapter 12 and several verses from Paul's letters. Moore also shares from her own life in renewing the calling.

My Thoughts:
In the beginning, I had a hard time getting into the book. Plus, I wanted Moo…