Tag Archives: growth

Extravagant by Bryan Jarrett- Passion

 extravagant bryan jarrett

If you follow my blogs you know I love stories, especially Bible stories. This young man loves them as passionately as I do. He has his doctorate, so what he does; his books, his preaching and his life is beyond story telling. Just when I thought I had a mental icon of what a successful pastor, author and preacher should look like along comes a man that changes that icon. He is passionate in his pursuit of God. He is humble, approachable and brilliant. He tells his story, his amazing and miraculous story of God taking care of a man following, obeying and giving his all to Christ.

 

I loved him for his riveting life story, but he does more in his book. But it’s the influence of HIS (God’s) story, the Scriptural weaving of powerful Bible truths into the fabric of his life that makes this book life changing.

If you want to read a book that will wrap you in God’s love and then release you into your destiny with renewed passion, you need to read this book.

 

Meeting and hearing this man at District Council in Louisana impacted my life. I’m seeing things differently…oh, how desperately I want to be more like Jesus!

 

 

“;” alt=””>

 

 

 

 

 

 

Windows Live Tags: Extravagant,Bryan,Jarrett,Bible,life,icon,pastor,author,preacher,pursuit,Christ,Scriptural,fabric,destiny,passion,District,Council,Louisana,Jesus,Response,Outrageous,Love,Influence,Paperback,Price,Publisher,Description,iota,word,nature,extravagance,expressions,cycle,David,Mary,Bethany,Scriptures,heart,Experience,Recognize,Offer,gift,truths,hearts,talents,miracles

Stunted Trees- Nourishment

Stunted Trees- Nourishment

The beaches at Santa Rosa Beach, Florida are some of the most beautiful in the world. The Marine Science instructor had the 4-H students meet at the park entrance to begin the field trip. It was a fascinating afternoon. We splashed in the water gathered specimens to identify and observed scat (animal droppings) and tracks […]

What do you do with criticism?

What do you do with criticism?

  I’m sure you’ve felt it too…the sting of criticism. Whoever said “… but words can’t hurt me” was lying or delusional. They do hurt…and like it or not, it is a part of life and ministry. So, what do we do with it? First, don’t just dismiss it. Process it. It could be that […]