Thursday, February 23, 2017

Book Review: The Dream Giver

The Dream Giver

by Bruce Wilkinson
with David & Heather Kopp
Multnomah Publishers, 2003

My hubby and I were trying to get on the proverbial same page as we considered launching a new ministry for ministers and their families when he handed me this older book he had completed. He felt it was my taste of writing and it was! I love that he knows me! Just one problem: The Dream Giver stirred hope deep inside.

When I've dared to dream a dream and it wilts, the roots of that dream can be watered with hope for life to spring back into it. But, when a dream dies, hope seems to die with it. 

"You were born for this" is the Dream Giver's encouragement to a guy named Ordinary, who eventually left his Comfort Zone in the Land of Familiar to pursue his Big Dream. The encouragement stirred up emotions so raw, I had to set the book aside to quietly pour my prayers into a journal... this would occur many times before I could complete the book. The Dream Giver gently brought wounds to the surface in the protection of Sanctuary where healing could begin and took much longer than I care to admit.

  • Does your Big Dream seem hopeless out of reach?
  • Do you feel like you don't have a Big Dream?
  • Are you waiting for something or someone to make your dream happen?
  • Then you're ready for The Dream Giver.

Author Bruce Wilkinson gives you -the reader- practical advice and biblical truths in overcoming obstacles toward pursuing and achieving your dream. 

Now, it's time to begin your journey.

Available in both hardcover and digital on Amazon.

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