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Work, paying bills, changing diapers . . . when Jesus enters any situation He makes even the most mundane things extraordinary.
You will enjoy this book and be encouraged to understand that your life doesn't have to be boring if you are serving an extraordinary God.
I'm still reading it, but I love the refreshing perspective on living normally and still pleasing God in the day to day stuff of life.
Started out strong, but sputtered to a slow stop. Seems a lot of fluff was added to try to make this book much longer than it needed to be for the content.Published 18 days ago by DD
I honestly purchased this because I am a stay at home mom...Although I know my life has significance, I was curious to read...After the first few pages, I could not put it down!! Read morePublished 22 days ago by Melissa
We all hear that our Christian lives should be bigger, better, have more impact, be more meaningful... the list could go on and on. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jill Hart
With Christian living books you hear a lot about being "radical" for your faith. Kelley teaches us from the Bible how we can be "radical" but in ordinary ways... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kyle
This is a very quick read and helpful for those who struggle finding their place in the world. None of us who follow Christ will live a boring life, but can be used by an... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael G Strand
This is very relevant and helpful in reminding me that God looks at all parts of my life as fruitful, not just what the world calls successful.Published 6 months ago by Sandy Rust
This is a book that is not only enjoyable to read, it helps to make one think on what is really important. I'm enjoying it.Published 6 months ago by beckypopcorn
This wonderful little book is a great reminder to all of us who are just ordinary Christians. It reminds us that even ordinary Christians have the extraordinary opportunity to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Roger Parrow
Most people want to have significance. We want our lives to count for something. In this book the author directs our desire towards who we live for rather than what we do. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Daniel