Thrive #review

December 22, 2014




About the book: "You've probably heard the words "Live out your faith" dozens, if not hundreds, of times, but what does that phrase really mean? And how do you really follow Jesus in today's world?
In this student adaptation of his book Thrive, Casting Crowns' Mark Hall explores exactly what it means when your faith and your life collide, and how you can take the next steps in making that faith real and evident to those around you. Using relatable stories, applications you can use, as well as some life lessons, Hall shows how you can root yourself in the truth and grow strong in your beliefs as you become the person God designed you to be."

I received a copy of Thrive to review. I think the way this book was written makes it very easy to live everyday life and live with faith. It gives you an understanding of how to actually incorporate faith into your lives and not just say it. Mark Hall gives real stories that are enjoyable to read. It is more story telling than a story telling you what to do and how to live. 
There are 30 chapters and they are each broken down into about 4-6 pages each. It is easy to follow along and you don't feel overwhelmed when reading it. This makes it great for younger readers. The book is easy to stop off and then restart without feeling lost. This is also a book that can be read multiple times. With the different chapters, you can chooses the ones that relate to you in different times. 

I would honestly recommend this book for all ages but I think it would be especially good for younger readers, middle/high school students. This would make a great graduation gift. This book would also be great for the upcoming New Year. Alot of people make resolutions to better themselves and their lives and reading this book would help give them ideas and direction. 

Thrive is now available on Amazon as a Kindle download or physical purchase. 





Disclosure: I received a copy of the above mentioned book from Book Look. All opinions and thoughts are my own and honest. This post does contain affiliate links, which means if you click the link and make a purchase I may receive compensation. 

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