Monday, April 18, 2011

Max on Life by Max Lucado






Do you have a question about Life?  If so Max Lucado probably covers it in his book, Max on Life.  In his book, Max, gives Biblical insight to 172 of life's important questions.  His book is nicely broken into 7 chapters, all beginning with "H".
  • Hope
  • Hurt 
  • Help
  • Him/Her
  • Home
  • Haves/Have-Nots
  • Hereafter
There is also a nice Topical Index as well as a Scripture Index if you prefer looking up subjects you have a question about this way. 

Max explains his answer in very easy to understand terms, using the Bible as his bases. They are short answers not long drawn out answers that are pages long.  I don't think there are any that go over 2 pages and that is stretching it.  This is a very good resource too to have right at your finger tips. 


Book Description

We have questions. Child-like inquiries. And deep, heavy ones.

In more than twenty-five years of writing and ministry, Max Lucado has been the receiving line for thousands of such questions. The questions come in letters, e-mails, even on Dunkin Donuts napkins. In Max on Life he offers thoughtful answers to more than 150 of the most pressing questions on topics ranging from hope to hurt, from home to the hereafter.

Max writes about the role of prayer, the purpose of pain, and the reason for our ultimate hope. He responds to the day-to-day questions—parenting quandaries, financial challenges, difficult relationships—as well as to the profound: Is God really listening?

A special addendum includes Max’s advice on writing and publishing.

Including topical and scriptural indexes and filled with classic Lucado encouragement and insight, Max on Life will quickly become a favorite resource for pastors and ministry leaders as well as new and mature believers.




For more information about this book visit here.

A copy of this book was provided by Thomas Nelson Publishing for this review. 
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1 comment:

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

I really enjoy Max Lucado and this is one of the few books of his I have yet to read.