Bookclub and More reads Living the Life you Love’ by Joyce Meyer

Bookclub and More Meeting 25th January 2020

It’s almost the end of 2019 and 2020 is on the horizon! We are entering a new decade and to kick this off, our first read of year new year will be ‘Living the Life you Love’ by Joyce Meyer’

We always start the year with an inspirational read. The choice for the new decade is a book by this well-known author.

New members are welcome and don’t worry if you haven’t finished the book. There will be lots to talk about whilst enjoying a beverage and treat!

We will be meeting from 10:30am -12.30pm at Mug Head Coffee Shop in New Cross. If you haven’t been before, do come and join us! Regular members you are welcome too 😊

The cost to attend is £2 and can booked on Eventbrite.

About the Book

It can be difficult to say ‘I love my life’ with routines and responsibilities we often get saddled with as especially as we  get older.  Rather than look at the look at these aspects of life as a burden, learn to regain the joy and fulfillment. Be hopeful by learning to rise about challenges and expectant of what God can do with your life.

Chapters in the book include:

  • God Has an Amazing Plan for You,
  • Refuse to Let Fear Determine Your Destiny,
  • See Each Day as an Opportunity
  • Be the You God Created You to Be

God has already blessed you with what it takes to start LIVING A LIFE YOU LOVE. And this book will show you how.

About the Author

Joyce Meyer is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and has written over 14 books. She is also a speaker and president of Joyce Meyer Ministries which she founded with her husband Dave. The Joyce Meyer Ministries runs several conferences, offers resources and humanitarian programmes such as medical missions, water relief, feeding the hungry and disaster relief.

Buying the book

The book is available online or bookstores. As a guide, Amazon retails at £7.19 for paper back or £3.99 on Kindle.

The book is available on Amazon and the link is here:

Proverbs 27:17 reminds us that ‘As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another’ (NIV translation) Let’s read and share our views on this book!

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