Sunday, December 4, 2016

Shaken by Tim Tebow

  What is it like to be at one time a NFL winner and then to find yourself no longer on the team?  Just where is your identity to be found? In what you are or who you can influence?
  Tebow  doesn’t use this as a memoir, I am sure there is lots to say about his time spend as a quarterback for the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets, but he chooses to relate how God allowed experiences in his life were used  to bring hope, faith, and love to those around him. 
  Using his years as a football champion as a springboard to his outreach on the SEC network he shows just what can be done with a person willing to allow change to happen. It starts with an experience with Jesus Christ. He is the change agent who will establish your identity.
  I felt his book was a bit difficult to follow in transitions It may be because Tebow uses his football background as the hook to try to put his points across. This may be because I am not a sports fan and may have missed the reasoning. That is not to say that you, the reader, may not understand it better.
  Tebow uses words well and has a solid message.
  This book was sent to me gratis by for the purpose of reviewing. This is published by Waterbrook, an imprint of Crown Publishing group, a division of Penguin Random House.

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