"The 10-Second Rule is a wonderful, inspirational book that reinforces how one simple gesture, one small act of kindness, can make an enormous difference. Its heartfelt message is that we all have the power to change a life if we open our eyes to the unplanned and hidden blessings that are put in our path for a very special reason." (Laura Schroff, author of the New York Times bestselling book An Invisible Thread)
“Rarely does a book jolt me into immediate action. The 10-Second Rule did just that. After laying the book down I kneeled…and recommitted myself to ‘doing the next thing Jesus asks me to do.’ This book will wreak all kinds of good havoc in all who read it.” (Bill Hybels, Senior Pastor, Willow Creek Community Church, South Barrington, IL Chairman of the Board, Willow Creek Association)
“With unblinking transparency, Clare De Graaf says…what most of us secretly know about ourselves, which often keeps us from living the life God blesses. Living by the Rule is the way forward! Ten seconds can change your life.” (John Ortberg, Pastor, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church, Menlo Park, CA, Author, The Me I Want to Be)
“Excellent…helps turn down the noise so we can…really listen to the Savior’s direction…and follow! I highly recommend this small book filled with big impact!” (Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder/CEO Joni and Friends International Disability Center)
“An easy-to-grasp and memorable formula for building a life that consistently puts the will and wisdom of Jesus into action. This book is a game-changer!” (Joe Stowell, President, Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids, MI)
“You will enjoy and be impacted by The-10 Second Rule. I hope not to miss as many Jesus moments in the future.” (David Green, Founder/CEO, Hobby Lobby Stores)
About the Author
Clare DeGraaf is a follower of Jesus, an elder, Bible teacher, and blogger. For more than thirty years, he’s been a full-time spiritual mentor of men all over the world—from college students to business and church leaders. At age thirty-one, a crisis of faith led Clare to reject his cultural Christianity, sell his successful manufacturing business, and devote the balance of his life to serving God. Clare and his wife, Susan, live in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and are the parents of six children and grandparents of fifteen.