Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The Power of a Half Hour by Tommy Barnett

The Power of a Half Hour by Tommy Barnett is written with such ease that it feels like you're sitting with Barnett enjoying a leisurely chat instead of reading his book. The pages are sprinkled with anecdotes of his own experiences, on how he used and abused short moments of time in his own life. He shares that every bit of time matters and that there are ways to make the most of them.
The section that impressed me the most was the chapter on forgiveness and his true story of how he turned anger into something else entirely.
He also shares, pastor to pastor, about the demands of ministry and what the pastor can do to protect his life, his heart, his marriage, his family, and more.

I really appreciated this book from a true leader who has a humble spirit and a hunger for more of God.

This book was provided for review by the Blogging for Books program of Waterbrook/Multnomah. 

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