This is a great book for people who value finding religion in their everyday life. The approach to sharing the insight of his own life and how he could’ve been more impacted by his religious beliefs was a clear highlight of those who read this book. There were a lot of points curated that symbolized the scripture that was presented and the author’s focus on his own struggles was valid and real. The stories he shared read more of a memoir than the anticipated self-help book I was expecting, I’m sure this book will do well within the demographic that it should be marketed for – Christians/Catholics/religious-minded – but for me there was not enough tangible analysis that could hold my interest.
My professional background in biotechnology as a research chemist and as a veterinary technician has allowed me to have experienced two vastly different fields and for that I am thankful. In both careers, I have mentored, encouraged, and developed talent.
As a mother of two (a daughter and a son), I’m a self-proclaimed backyard chicken guru and someone who has “foster failed” nearly all the animals currently running the household. Oh, and I maintain a husband in my spare time.