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Soar: Are You Ready to Accept God's Power? (God's Man Series) Paperback – October 5, 2010
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“Soar offers a timely word for men looking to develop spiritual depth. I strongly encourage men everywhere to allow the guidance of the Holy Spirit, as outlined in this material, to lead them into a powerful, more meaningful relationship in Christ.”
—BISHOP T. D. JAKES, founder and senior pastor, The Potter’s House, Dallas
“In Soar, Kenny Luck tackles one of the greatest topics I believe the church needs to hear: the value of being surrendered fully to the lordship of Jesus Christ and to the leading of the Holy Spirit. It is only in living a life fully submitted and committed to God that we can be the reflection of His love and grace to others. And that’s huge. I love this quote from Soar: ‘The Holy Spirit is in you to change the way you think about everything.’ I pray you will let God use this book to start making some of those changes.”
—DINO RIZZO, lead pastor, Healing Place Church, Baton Rouge, LA, and author of Servolution
“Anytime you can get you can get your hands on a Kenny Luck book you’re in for challenge and change. Soar, the latest addition to Kenny’s series of masculine, streetwise theology, is no different. It’s bold, unvarnished truth about the amazing person and work of the Holy Spirit. Soar gives a fresh perspective on how to understand and assess your relationship and connectedness to the Spirit so you really can enjoy your identity, legacy, and destiny in Christ.”
—DAVE BROWN, director and pastor-at-large,Washington (DC) Area Coalition of Men’s Ministries (WACMM)
About the Author
Kenny Luck is the men’s pastor at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California. He is also the founder and president of Every Man Ministries, which helps churches worldwide develop and grow healthy men’s communities. He is an award-winning author and has authored and coauthored 18 books, including the three previous books in the God’s Man series: Risk, Dream, and Fight. He and his wife, Chrissy, have three children.
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*Say "yes" to the Holy Spirit now...make a switch.
*Open new doors to the Holy Spirit...make way.
*Actively pursue the Holy Spirit...make strong.
*Release the power of the Holy Spirit...make a powerful impact.
Luck preempts this motto by sharing a personal story where he needed to stop fighting the pilot who was teaching him how to fly a plane. The message, painful though it was to his pride, transferred into a spiritual takeaway: God is plain as day telling men to "Stop fighting ME" as well. When men heed this message, only then can the Holy Spirit begin the powerful work He longs to accomplish in every Christ follower's heart and life. Luck tells how God is moving amongst men in deep ways, urging them on by asking them to stop fighting His purposes, stop fighting the growth He wants to bring about, stop fighting the providence in a man's life, stop fighting His authority to mess with men's expectations, stop fighting His voice that asks men to go against their feelings for a bigger purpose, and stop fighting the new man He is making in the midst of uncomfortable circumstances.
Throughout this three-part text, Luck will direct men by giving directives on making transitions, transformations and transactions. In male-speak, he very powerfully tells the truth about being a man who is bombarded with self-oriented societal messages, conflicting inner desires, and spiritual laziness in today's world. Luck then tells men what to do about it. He offers vision, hope and help, and exhorts men by detailing battle plans for strategically changing their inner lives that translate into changing the lives around them for the good.
Luck expounds upon how the Holy Spirit works in a man's life to make a way where the path has been previously blocked by learning how to identify the Holy Spirit's nudging and welcoming these divine interruptions; by learning how essential a heart of gratitude is to living contentedly; by learning that the Holy Spirit still works miracles in people's lives, and men can be key change agents in relieving someone's pain, reducing someone's load, raising someone's spirit and reaching someone's soul. The book also includes a workbook for personal and group use that readers will find pertinent and an excellent ending to a timely telling treatise on working in sync with God and through the power of the Holy Spirit.
--- Reviewed by Michele Howe, author of BURDENS DO A BODY GOOD and Single Parenting Columnist ([..])
I love this set of books that this men's pastor from Saddleback has come out with. I think they are great resources for guys and for people that want to pastor guys in church. Other titles from this guy includes: Risk (taking risks for God) and Fight (about spiritual warfare).
This book is about following the Holy Spirit. Using the picture from a time that he flew a plane with somebody - he begins to draw different comparisons about how we should live our lives influenced by the Holy Spirit.
One thing that I really like about his writing is that he gives you valuable questions to ask yourself. There are many different questions that help to evaluate if you are relying on the Holy Spirit on a day to day basis. This is one thing I really appreciate. It's like getting a spiritual doctor that helps you to evaluate your daily condition.
One thing I think might need to change about these books - is the length of them. I think a lot more guys may be willing to read these books if they were shorter or more broken up. One thing we know about guys is that they do not like to read very much - so I think that could be a detriment to guys reading it - with about 220 pages (not including discussion questions). I'm a guy who likes to read - and these books seem big to me.
All in all - I think these are valuable resources for men and should at the very least be consumed by one guy who can share the information with other guys.
I received this book as part of the Waterbrook Multnomah blogging for books program.
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