Christine Caine offers life-transforming insights about how not only to overcome the challenges, wrong turns, and often painful circumstances we all experience, but also to actually grow from those experiences and be equipped and empowered to help others. Using her own dramatic life story, Caine shows how God rescued her from a life in which she was unnamed, unwanted, and unqualified. She tells how she overcame abuse, abandonment, fears, and other challenges to go on a mission of adventure, fueled by faith, and filled with love and courage.
Her personal stories inspire listeners to hear their name called, just as Christine heard her own - “You are beloved. You are the hope. You are chosen” - to go into a dark and troubled world, knowing each of us possess all it takes to bring hope, create change, and live completely for Christ.
Part inspirational tale, part manifesto to stir listeners to lives of adventure, this book shows the way with spiritual wisdom and insight. Her mission to fight injustice by focusing on one person at a time will inspire and awe listeners with how we are joined in a unique mission, products of eternity, positioned in time, pressed to make the most of our lives on a quest filled with adventure and drawn by faith.
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Sincere, Honesty, and REAL!
Yes, I would definitely listen to it again. It was really close to my heart.
The moment when Nick/GOD was loving her through her past situations.
Yes, but not sure this is one that I wish I had bought in paperback and audio and still may. Christine has some very thought provoking things in this book that if you had it in print you could pause for a few minutes after you read it and let it soak in. I like listening to it too though because I have more time to listen than I do to sit and read, but this one demands you not to multitask quite as much as some other books allow.
This is a compelling book... not a story.
She actually reads the way Christine would. I am glad that I saw Christine at Women of Faith and the Joyce Meyer women's conference this year before reading (listening to) her book. It did help me appreciate the writing more and Tess did a great job injection Christine's emotion for the subject matter into her reading.