Thursday, December 3, 2015


It's been a loooong time since I've posted a book review, but I want to get going with this again.  I pulled out a review I should have posted a while ago to get me back on track:
If you feel as if you are just spinning your wheels...not living, but only surviving, then you may have lost your "chazown".  The book title was enough to intrigue me, but the substance was enough to keep me interested from cover to cover.  Finding your vision sounds a lot like psychological fluff, but Craig Groeschel grounds his writing in scripture and sincere pursuit of God's design.  We are often guilty of just hoping that God will just plop His plans and direction in our lap, and sometimes it is that obvious. But, more often than not, it requires intentional steps on our part to pursue God before His direction is clear.  This book is very practical in its approach and an easy read. The application is more challenging, but a very worthy pursuit...for   "where there is no vision, the people perish". (Proverbs 29:18)