Reggie You Can't Change Your Past But You Can Change Your Future 40 Faithful Days reShare

Vertical Reach = 5

You know, I have to say I haven't found many books with such a raw and honest depiction of how someone found their way to Christ. Reggie Dabbs shares his struggles with internal and external forces trying to keep him from being the man God desired and how he relied then and still now on God to help him continue to become who God wants him to be everyday.

Ministry Message = 5

You can't change your past, but you can change your future. There is such a painful beauty to the truth of learning how to allow God to heal your past, all of it. (During the reading of this book I cried several times.)

Craft = 5

It was poignantly written. Stories read about events read like movies from a good movie. Ministry points were presented in a compassionate tone. The conversational style and pace made it a quick read reminiscent of a conversation with a new acquaintance with the potential to become a new friend.

Aesthetics = 5

It is hip and fun while personable. I don't know if he's smiling or laughing but it is a welcoming cover. Well done.

Dollar$ & $ense = 5

If you you have experienced anything in your past that makes you doubt you'll have a bright future this book will show you why you can't change your past but you can change your future. Everyone should read it.

Check out why this book moved me so much here

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