Monday, September 2, 2013

Review: Faithprints

Rebekah Binkley Montgomery's "Faithprints: Touching Your World For Jesus" is more of a handbook than it is a deep and thoughtful Christian nonfiction read. The book does not really address how to "touch the world" in our average daily lives. It's more for people looking for ways to be leaders in doing things like donating items after disasters, forming prayer groups and starting a book club. Montgomery provides steps (some which may seem obvious) and tips for each of her recommended leadership roles. Her personal stories and introductions are more interesting reads, but the majority of the book is slow going unless you specifically want to look at one particular suggestion she has. But most people will not take much away from this book because most people will already know what she provides, look it up on the internet, or pass because they're not leaders. I'm sure there's a market for this book, but I'm not a part of it. Points for an attractive concept, right heart and nice book cover, though.

*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review of it.

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