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Love Well: Living Life Unrehearsed and Unstuck

by Jamie George

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I’ve heard Jamie speak many times as he is the pastor at a church near my house, and I attend his Sunday services when I’m in town. The man can tell a good story. He brings Bible stories to life as I’ve never heard before, and he often has brilliant insights on life and love, so I was so excited to read his new book.

If you are in need of a new way to frame your thinking, or in a rocky relationship, or simply looking for ways to improve your life, you will love this book. I’ve been exposed to “New Thought” ideas for a long, long time, so I didn’t find anything particularly mind-blowing in this book, but there were a few things that struck me and stuck with me.

One thing he said, and I’m paraphrasing, was that if you ask someone to tell you their story, beginning with a moment in their life that radically changed their path, you will always hear a moment of light, of awe, of wonder. No matter how horrid or sad or tragic their story begins, they will always mention that flash of redemption – the moment they realized their bad situation created a positive result they never expected and certainly didn’t see at the time. They say things like, “But if it wasn’t for that experience, I wouldn’t be where I am today.” If nothing else, it’s good to be reminded that things usually turn out for the best. Just realizing that fact takes the stress level down a notch. ( )
  LoriCrane | Jul 13, 2015 |
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"Do you feel stuck? There is a way to get moving again. A path to a life of grace, peace, and deeper faith is up ahead. Many people have been manipulated and abused by religion. Many have been hurt and ignored in relationships. In Love Well, you will discover how to get unstuck. You will be equipped to set boundaries and build long-lasting, meaningful relationships. Ours is not a condemnation story but rather an adventurous love story. Through deeply personal reflections and stories, Jamie George speaks candidly regarding his lack of faith in organized religion and his struggle to survive in a broken marriage. Jamie weaves his own story through ancient tales and sprinkles in enough pop culture anecdotes to keep you coming back for more. You will laugh and you will cry. And if you follow his twelve prompts, you will experience a life filled with a lot less pressure and a lot more fun. Love Well is an invitation to experience a life of joy and freedom" --… (more)

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