I have to apologize . . . I have little to say about this book. Because they say it so much better!
Here's the trailer . . .
I even downloaded this to use Sunday morning at chapel to introduce the book and a song that came to mind when I saw this.
I am puttin' this one on my list of fav's. I think you'll like it too. Need more convincin?
And here's a link to the first chapter. I enjoyed the authors blog and website go there for more info.
Sounds great you ready to buy it? . . . I found where you can buy it. If you haven't already checked out Good Search and Good Shop would you mind doing that? If you happen to decide to buy this book at Amazon or Barnes and Noble our ministry will get a % of your purchase. Or, you can go to Borders or Christian Book (dot) com it is available at all four.
I did notice when I was looking for links and the cover photo that there are a lot of blog reviews for this book. I didn't read any of them but if your not convinced and want to check it out just go to Good Search you'll find links to the reviews.
Here's the book info. from David C. Cook:
Jump is a powerful guide to becoming a vehicle of compassion, reconciliation, and transformation in our world.
Life is all about jumps. We jump from high school to college, school to the professional world, dating to marriage. Each leap launches us to new levels.
Even though we can't see what's on the other side of the wall, our faith jumps are about trusting that God is there. We experience the liberation when we jump into the arms of our Savior, then into a church family, and then into a world desperately in need.
Efrem Smith presents fresh insights into how Christians can say yes to the jump that takes them deeper into a loving, devotional, intimate life with God.
Publisher: Cook, David C. Publishing Company
Date: September 01, 2010
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from B&B Media Group, Inc. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.