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Craveable: The Irresistible Jesus in Me Paperback – February 5, 2013
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There was something different about Jesus. He was the life of every party He attended. He was always the giver, the encourager, the healer. And as a result of His character, people wanted to be around Him. The disciples left their old lives behind to follow Him and He taught them to live lives much the same as His, to make Jesus irresistible to their friends.
My friend, Artie Davis, is an irresistible guy. His enthusiasm is contagious. His love is deep, his vision is big, and his heart for people is huge. He's highly qualified to have written and just released his new book, Craveable: The irresistible Jesus in me.
TO CALL HIM SOMEONE I WOULD LOVE TO WORK UNDER AND/OR PICK HIS BRAIN WOULD BE FAR MORE ACCURATE!!
When I saw that Artie was releasing a book called Craveable and he was looking for people to help get the word out, I couldn't jump fast enough. I gotta tell you folks...I was NOT disappointed. I wasn't sure what to expect to be honest. Would it be another "Here's how to do church" book? Would it be another one of the thousands of "Here's how you fix yourself" books? Would it be another "We-all-need-God-more-so-here-are-xxxx-easy-steps-to-get-there" book? I repeat: I honestly had no clue what to expect. But I pre-ordered it and waited. When it came I was in the process of reading another book, but laid it aside to get into Craveable.
I was not disappointed. I attacked this book like most others. I read the Forward by Pastor Ron Edmonson, then Artie's Introduction, and was ready to jump into reading the book. Craveable is not designed to be read in huge chunks. It is designed to be read a chapter a day (3-4 pages average). Each chapter includes a target statement, a bullet point, and a burning question. Artie wants you to think as you read. Mull things over. Meditate on them. He has actually set it up to be read in 40 days (no comparison though to that other 40 day book). :) For the purpose of this review I read a few chapters here and there, but I cannot give a complete review until I have done all 40 days.Read more ›
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We are the only Jesus some people will ever see. Wouldn't be a shame if people didn't see Jesus in us when they looked at our lives? Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by Jill P. Jones
Craveable is an incredible book that encourages us to look at how people see us a Christians and actually own the perception they give. Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by JaCook