Category: Book reviews

SELF IMPROVEMENT 101: WHAT EVERY LEADER SHOULD KNOW BY JOHN C. MAXWELL

It was Peter Drucker who said that the only skill that will be important in the 21st century is the skill of learning new skills. This sums up self-improvement very nicely. “If you want to grow and become the best person you can be, you’ve got to be intentional about it,” John C. Maxwell advised. […]

HOW TO SET MEANINGFUL GOALS AND RESOLUTIONS BY ROBERT T. KIYOSAKI

Reading a book that succinctly addresses a current need can be likened to handing a bottle of water to a tired traveller. It satisfies, wholly! This is what this book did for me. The effectiveness of your goal hinges on your understanding of the why. “Without the why, the how would have been impossible. It […]

THE ESTHER ANOINTING: BECOMING A WOMAN OF PRAYER, COURAGE AND INFLUENCE BY Michelle McClain Walters

Using the famous story of Queen Esther’s walk to prominence, Michelle McClain Walters writes a very inspiring and challenging piece to women. Through the pages of the book, a sensitive heart will come to discover that this is not your usual get-up-on-your-feet-and-act message to women. Dear girlfriend, you were called for so much more! Your […]

THINGS I WISH I KNEW BEFORE GETTING MARRIED BY GARY CHAPMAN

“Things I wish I knew before getting married” is not a sad tale dissing marriage nor is it a lonely man’s narration of marriage relationships. Gary Chapman doesn’t seek to discredit marriages; rather, from personal experience as a married man and a relationship counselor, his words seek to create a consciousness in the readers. Isn’t […]

UNSPOKEN: BATHSHEBA (LINEAGE OF GRACE) BY FRANCINE RIVERS

Another Bible story retelling and once again, Francine Rivers has won my heart. An onlooker would have dismissed David as a lost cause but not God. He called Him a man after his heart. And Bathsheba? Costly mistake… very costly mistake but isn’t she a testimony to the redemptive work of God. And from this […]