Sunday, January 6, 2013

Dirty God

Okay so I love this website. Its called Booksneeze! It is for bloggers. Here are the basic guidelines for acceptance:
  • An actively maintained personal, public blog. The program does not accept Facebook, Amazon, Goodreads or any other type of community profile site as a viable form of blog.
  • Bloggers who have a visible minimum of 30 followers or subscribers. If the BookSneeze team cannot view this follower count, we cannot currently accept your application. There are multiple options in order to place a follower count on your blog, such as Google Friend Connect, Wordpress Follow Blog Widget, Blogger Buzz, Twitter follower buttons, Facebook follower buttons, and using a Feedburner Count.
  • Bloggers who regularly post content of at least once per week.
  • Bloggers who reside in the United States
 Once you are accepted. You login. Check out the available books and then request on either printed or ebook. You read it and then write a review on your blog and a site like amazon. Then you select another book to read. 

Its definitely worth it! And has helped me read more books. 

I just started this book last night: 
I chose this book because of its title Dirty God. But then I found out that the teaching pastor for Liberty University wrote it! Not only did I choose this book because of those things but also because of what the book is about. Here is a summary I got off of booksneeze/Thomas Nelson site: 
"In Dirty God: Jesus in the Trenches, Johnnie Moore draws on both Scripture and his extensive experience with other cultures and religions to show how the God of the Bible is unique in his willingness to be near us in all of our messiness. Moore outlines the central importance of the doctrine of grace while introducing readers to a humble and human Jesus who reaches out to us at our worst and pulls us up to our best.
Grace, Moore argues, is something that is both gotten and given, and the two-part structure of the book allows readers to explore both of these dynamics. By offering hope rather than condemnation and showing the practical applications of grace in today’s world, Dirty God will appeal to both the committed Christian and the spiritual seeker looking for a more authentic faith. Challenging and engaging, Dirty God is sure to establish Johnnie Moore as an emerging voice for Millennial and Gen-X evangelicals for years to come."

I am fully hooked on this book and read until 3am this morning. Haha. Its really good. I recommend it! Its available in both printed and ebook form.

Have a blessed day. 


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