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Even the most mature Christians have found themselves drifting at times. It is usually unexpectedly, after a trauma, loss, major life change, or just because they’ve become distracted by the busyness of life. In fact, I would not be surprised to find out that many did just that after what the year 2020 threw at all of us.
In “How Did I Get Here?”, Christine Caine talks about drifting and how it has even happened to her both spiritually and in the natural while out sailing with her husband. Using scripture from the book of Hebrews, she shows us how we can become anchored in Jesus once again and prevent ourselves from drifting once more.
Each page is saturated in scripture from throughout the Bible and is theologically and doctrinally sound. You will laugh, a lot. You will cry, so have the tissues ready. But most of all you will feel assured that you can feel confident in your faith and that you do not have to remain lost or be afraid of becoming lost once again.
Christine Caine takes us on an adventure while discussing topics ranging from setting your anchor in the Lord to the Great Commission and everything in between. I so badly want to tell you more, but I’m afraid of spoiling any details – and it is all so good. Truthfully, I read a lot of books and my husband teases me that I declare each one a book that he needs to read. However, this one I have told him is a must and is now in my list of Top 5 Favorites of all time. This morning I bought a copy for my daughter. I am not exaggerating, it is that good.
For a limited time, there are some freebies available if you preorder the book. Be sure to check out this link and order by the end of June 8th (that’s tomorrow!) so you don’t miss out! Again, the link is: http://bit.ly/howdidigetherebook
If you happen to read this book soon or in the future, come back and tell me what you thought of it. I’d love to discuss it with you!