Book Review : You Are Never Alone

Book Review : You Are Never Alone

I’d like to say, You are Never Alone is the best Max Lucado book I have read. However, I suspect that it was God’s timing for me to read this book when I did as it spoke to me about some situations that I was facing. Nevertheless, Max is an excellent writer and uses...
Book Review : Unshakable Hope

Book Review : Unshakable Hope

Unshakable hope contains about a dozen promises of God that are particularly meaningful to the author, Max Lucado. He uses illustrations from history and personal anecdotes to expand each promise. I must confess to being a little disappointed with the book, especially...
Book Review : Facing Your Giants

Book Review : Facing Your Giants

Max Lucado uses nineteen stories from the life of David to put together this book on Facing Your Giants. Max covers all sorts of issues such as grief, isolation, being overlooked, abandonment, failure and even success and shows how David faced each of these –...
Book Review : You’ll get through this

Book Review : You’ll get through this

You’ll get through this by Max Lucado is one of the most encouraging books I’ve read. Every chapter takes a slightly different perspective on suffering and provides insights from Joseph’s life in Genesis. Lucado also relates personal stories and...
Book Review : Fearless

Book Review : Fearless

Max Lucado’s latest book, entitled Fearless (Thomas Nelson, 2009), is being released today and I was fortunate enough to get an advanced copy. Lucado wrote the book to encourage us to be: Fearless. Our fears are many and Lucado works his way through each of them with...

Book Review : Every day deserves a chance

In this short book, Every day deserves a chance (Thomas Nelson, 2007) by Max Lucado, the author makes three main points. These are to saturate each day in God’s grace; to entrust each day to God’s oversight and to accept God’s direction. It is a...

Book Review : In the grip of grace

Max Lucado is the author of, In the grip of grace (Thomas Nelson, 1996). There are two stories in this book that really stand out for me. Firstly the account of the baseball strike in 1995 where the owners, determined to start the season, threw open the opportunity to...