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Publisher's Summary

Discover the wonder of a life with God you can't contain. The pages of scripture are full of ordinary people who walked with God as he poured himself out through them to a world in need. What if God never changed? What if he is still speaking to us and longing to work miraculously through us? What if it isn't a matter of more training or effort but simply receiving and releasing everything he already purchased? Life in the Overflow invites you to know God intimately as your Daddy in a way that spills out of you naturally. Filled with disarming honesty and fervent expectation, this book mirrors a reflection of who you are, who your God is, and what he actually longs to do through ordinary, messy kids today!
©2016 Overflow Press (P)2016 Chuck Ammons
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5 out of 5 stars
By Colby A. on 03-18-18

Inspiring book from a great man

This book is inspiring to all those who want to know how they can build a better relationship with our Lord and Savior, or as Chuck Ammons calls him in this book, Daddy. This book provides practical ways to do that, for those who are already heavily involved and those that are looking for ways to get involved in the church.

I have two favorite sections of this book. The chapter where he talks about having your own individual relationship with God, not the relationship that everyone thinks you should have. Lastly, the most moving chapter to me personally, is the one where he describes this life as our “hotel.” It is a must read!

I’ll admit, I am biased since I know Chuck Ammons. He is a better man than he is a writer, and that is saying something since he is a great writer as well. However, I would have enjoyed this book either way!

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