Tuesday, December 27, 2016
60 Days of Happiness By Randy Alcorn Review
Would you like to experience true happiness?
When it comes to happiness, most of us have the same questions. Why can’t I be consistently happy? Is it wrong to be happy when there’s so much pain and suffering in the world? And perhaps the biggest one: How can I be happier? Some Christians make an artificial contrast between joy and happiness, while others claim God wants us to be holy, but not happy. In fact, he wants us to be both, and the two go hand in hand!
In 60 Days of Happiness, noted theologian and New York Times bestselling author Randy Alcorn shares sixty timeless devotions demonstrating that God not only wants us to be happy in him and enjoy his gifts, he commands and empowers us to do so.
Randy Alcorn is an author and the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries (EPM), a nonprofit ministry dedicated to teaching principles of God's Word and assisting the church in ministering to the unreached, unfed, unborn, uneducated, unreconciled, and unsupported people around the world. His ministry focus is communicating the strategic importance of using our earthly time, money, possessions and opportunities to invest in need-meeting ministries that count for eternity. He accomplishes this by analyzing, teaching, and applying the biblical truth.
Randy resides in Gresham, Oregon, with his wife, Nanci. They have two married daughters and of five grandsons. Randy enjoys hanging out with his family, biking, underwater photography, research, and reading.
Contact Eternal Perspective Ministries at www.epm.org or 39085 Pioneer Blvd., Suite 206, Sandy, OR 97055 or 503.668.5200. Follow Randy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/randyalcorn, Twitter: www.twitter.com/randyalcorn, and on his blog: www.epm.org/blog.
I recevied a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review Q&A
- What did you like about the book and why? Everything from the bright yellow cover to the uplifting feelings of joy from the devotions included.
- What did you not like about the book and why? I found the book to be well organized and written in a great light, so nothing that I would not or did not like.
- What did you learn? There are people everywhere on certain levels of happiness but they can all be happier with the help of God.
- To whom would you recommend this book and why? The book is faith based and so anyone of any age around teen and older who has a love and strong faith in God will benefit.
Posted by Cassandra McCann