Reviews by Cameron
On 10/12 Cameron wrote: Usually when I receive a new book, I dive right in. I'm anxious to get to the heart of the text and the author's message. For some reason, I took the time to first flip to the back cover of Open before cracking it open. And, no, even though they look incredibly alike, the author is not Adam Levine. Go ... Be open. Be free.
On 8/23 Cameron wrote: Let me start by saying this book is heavy. One of the reasons it is called a shot to the head might be because your brain might hurt after a while. I really appreciated the author including chapter synopses called “For Your Arsenal” to help break the meat into chewable portions. This book is divided ... A Shot the Head Indeed
On 3/29 Cameron wrote: Max Lucado has always had a great way of drawing in a reader. His stories and applications profoundly illustrate his point and inspire the heart. In “Great Day Every Day,” the same is true. In a relatively quick read, this book provides the reality check that can dramatically change a life. Through ... Life To The Full
On 3/3 Cameron wrote: “Our Favorite Sins” attempts to address the issue of temptation and to offer suggestions as to why our current methods of fighting against temptation have not prevailed. Hunter opens the book with findings from a Barna group study and uses the anecdotal stories of individuals such as Lazy Larry ... Not Just About Quitting, But Also About Submitting
On 1/31 Cameron wrote: "Your 100 Day Prayer" is a prayer-oriented, daily devotional. The book refrains from suggesting that there is a particular methodology or formula to prayer; rather, it encourages and invites the reader to a more intimate and devoted time of prayer. At the outset of the book, the reader is to focus on ... Beyond Formula
On 1/1 Cameron wrote: “I Am A Follower” is a new kind of book about leadership paradigms. Its goal is not to establish the five most prominent attributes of a leader nor is it a tutorial on how to become a great leader. Rather, its premise is based on the idea that the best “leaders” point to the true Leader. In ... "I Am A Follower" by Leonard Sweet
On 12/8 Cameron wrote: “Going Deep” is an anecdotal story portraying the birthing of an idea to its complete implementation. Throughout its 383 pages, Gordon MacDonald addresses the pressing issue of tomorrow’s church leaders and offers a solution that his fictional congregation grasped. His church strived not only ... "Going Deep" by Gordon MacDonald