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Born to Create: Stepping Into Your Supernatural Destiny Paperback – April 17, 2012
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There is a wealth of information here from someone who is at the forefront of creative ministry and everyone could be blessed by reading it. I think at the ore of the message of this book is the idea that creativity is a gift from God that can, and must be used, in a multitude of ways to the glory of God and for His Kingdom. You were born to create. If you don’t believe that, you need to read this book and if you do believe it, read it anyway, it will spur you on to even greater love and good deeds.
Just one thing bothered me, that might not bother anyone else. I enjoy reading, and generally read 3-4 books a month. I was excited about the topic of the book and saw the author on a TV program, so I was really looking forward to reading it. Being a graphic designer, and more specifically a book designer, I noticed immediately that an unusually large portion of the text in this book was typeset in italic. Italic should be used sparingly in a book, to provide emphasis to important passages of text. Having so much more italic than usual made it very hard for me to read, and it took a lot longer than it should have. I found it to be visually distracting. Another reviewer commented that it was hard to concentrate while reading. Perhaps this is why?