My review of reWritten

On May 15th, my pastor and his wife launched a new book about restoring your life by exchanging your story for the one God wants to write for you.  The back cover of the book reads:

Many of us have wondered, Is this really how my life is supposed to be? Maybe your life’s story is marked by poor decisions or the hurtful actions of others. How can you turn things around? Is God even still interested in using you? The answer is a resounding “Yes!”

Rewritten guides you through five life opportunities to exchange your story for God’s story. When you become the person He designed you to be and accomplish the tasks appointed to only you, you will experience the greatest fulfillment you could ever know and bring hope to a broken world.

I had the opportunity to read some of this book before it hit stores and then I purchased it in print on the day it came out.  I wanted to share with you the review I gave on Amazon and recommend this book to you because it just may have an impact on your life.

Are you who you were meant to be?

ReWritten is a book that personally resonates with me because I tried for many years to be something other than what God had created me to be. Once I let go of what I was holding on to and let Him rewrite my story, exchanging it for the story He had in mind, everything changed. I wish I could have read what Pastor Bruce Moore and his wife Heather write in this book before I had to learn things the hard way. God created each of us in His image, He gives us each an assignment, and when we exchange our story for His story, there are no regrets.

Bruce and Heather clearly have a firm grasp on what it means to be created in God’s image and they share what they’ve learned with all of us in a way that’s biblical without being theologically heavy, and relevant without being watered-down. I’m recommending this book to my friends and family who need a fresh start. It’s never too late to start again.

Here’s a link to the book on Amazon: click here

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