Living Life In The Zone Paperback
A 40-Day Spiritual Gameplan for Men
by Joe Pettigrew; Kyle Rote;
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Living Life In The Zone
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Why this book? Because many men still have the desire to have a real faith dialogue, but much of today's current church literature and methodology doesn't appeal to them.
Living in the zone that state of mind when almost everything seems to be working for you is every man's desire. But how does a man live in the zone as a Christian?
This 40-day spiritual journey is a sports-filled prescription for today's busy man designed to help remove stress and give him confidence to embrace his daily adventure. Each chapter is:
- Designed to strengthen both churched and unchurched men
- Brief enough for men to enjoy but with spiritual depth
- Filled with issues that are real but often not discussed in church
- Concentrated on a daily spiritual to-do list
Divided into four sections: Marriage, Children, Work, and Faith, each daily reading includes:
- thought of the day
- words of wisdom on a particular subject
- biblical perspective
- insight for living it out
- questions to ponder
- today's call to action
- prayer requests
Real life stories focusing on the faith journey of famous athletes, coaches, businessmen, and other public figures encourages men that they too can handle adversity, walk in faith, and live in the zone.
Includes input from celebrities such as Tony Dungy, Lee Corso, Chris Mortensen, Bobby Bowden and many more.
Living Life In The Zone by Joe Pettigrew; Kyle Rote was published by Thomas Nelson in November 2009 and is our 21957th best seller. The ISBN for Living Life In The Zone is 9780849946523.
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Details for Living Life In The Zone
|Page last updated||22nd August 2016|
|Author / Artist||Joe Pettigrew; Kyle Rote|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (November 2009)|
|Number of Pages||352|