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I owe Alex and Brett Harris a huge thank you. Why? Because my son, Parker, and I read their last book, Do Hard Things, together and it had a huge impact on us. In that book, I feel like they captured what every parents dreams for their children. We want them to make the most of their God given gifts. We want them to be sold out to Christ. And we want them to strive to make a difference and not settle for complacency. Alex and Brett did all of those things and more.
Whenever I love a book, I can’t wait for the author to come out with the next one. Well, the waiting is over. Alex and Brett have finally delivered the much-anticipated sequel: Start Here. Not only will this book fuel your God-given dreams, it will give you practical tips on where to start. I’ve found that the first step of faith is always the hardest. Part of it is uncertainty. Part of it is inertia. But this book is the antidote to both of those things. Many dreams die at the hands of "how." We don’t know "how" to make it happen so we give up on what God has put in our hearts. I genuinely believe this book will resurrect the dreams God has put in your heart.
No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, Start Here. --Mark Batterson
This is an awesome book! Arrived on time and undamaged. Very happy!Published 1 day ago by Deborah Cook
Challenging and inspiring. After reading 'Do Hard Things' this is a must read.Published 1 month ago by Patti Gilbert
Great book for my young kids. Will help change the basic idea of youth just being a placeholder.
Have always felt that way but the authors have finally verbalized in a way... Read more
Start Here is an excellent follow-up to the Harris twins' first book, Do Hard Things. Both of these titles are definitely recommendable to any teen on the planet. Read morePublished 20 months ago by In the Bookcase
I want to listen to them over and over again. These CDs are motivating, encouraging and are a good quality. I recommend them.Published 22 months ago by Sarah Samsel
This book was a christmas gift for my granddaughter and just what was requested. She loves it. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to inspire a teenager to do good.Published 23 months ago by Ann Guthrie
About a year ago, a reviewed a book called "Do Hard Things"--not because someone sent it to me to review, but because I was just so impressed. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Janet Reeves