Book Review: Choose, Fulfill Your Created Purpose

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One of my favorite things to do when I’m in a library or book store with someone is point out the authors that I know personally. I’m going to let you know: I know David Brannock.

But more than just know the person and the author, I know this man’s heart–and it shines through in this book.

Choose is straight from his heart.

Finding purpose and direction may not rank up there with college choices, prom dates, and summer jobs in the minds of many graduates, but David understands that what they decide about Jesus truly is the most important choice they’ll every make.

This is not a long book, but it is a rich one. There is a lot of scriptural foundation that backs up the authors points. Each chapter has questions that will guide the reader as he or she considers their future.

The book claims to help the reader chart their course wisely. And I think it clearly delivers on that claim.

I would recommend this book as a gift for graduates. Churches, pastors, and Christian Ed Committees would do well to consider it for all their graduates. It would also be a great small group study. It’s one I will consider for the graduates in our church.

Author: tinamhunt

ESFP with a dash of ADD. Lover of the Word and words. The cup of my life is neither half empty or half full--it overflows! I'm blessed to be a blessing and I'm here to share the journey.

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