Home Run

by Kevin Myers and John C. Maxwell     |     Book Summary


Author: Kevin Myers and John C. Maxwell
Publisher: Faith Books
Date: February 3, 2015
Pages: 222

Book Summary of Home Run by Kevin Myers and John C. Maxwell


Everyone wants to have a great life full of meaning and purpose. We want to win! We want life at its best and to the fullest. We want a home run type of life.

The sad reality is that most people do not feel like they are living that type of life. We have competing definitions of success constantly thrown at us. The world says the person with the most money and toys is the most successful. 

However, God says there is a much different definition of success. Kevin Myers gives a practical and powerful explanation of God’s plan for a successful and satisfying life. He uses the analogy of baseball. Having a home run life is about getting around the bases according to God’s design for the game of life.

He gives personal examples from his life as a church planter, husband, and father. He explains that everyone scores a run the same way. Each base is an area of personal and spiritual growth that is required to progress closer to home plate — our end goal.

John Maxwell adds perspective through interjected sections in each chapter and application questions at the end of each chapter. His wisdom helps to make each truth more accessible.





Home Run

by Kevin Myers and John C. Maxwell

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Home Run by Kevin Myers and John C. Maxwell

AuthorKevin Myers and John C. Maxwell
PublisherFaith Books
DateFebruary 3, 2015
Pages222


Overview:

Everyone wants to have a great life full of meaning and purpose. We want to win! We want life at its best and to the fullest. We want a home run type of life.

The sad reality is that most people do not feel like they are living that type of life. We have competing definitions of success constantly thrown at us. The world says the person with the most money and toys is the most successful. 

However, God says there is a much different definition of success. Kevin Myers gives a practical and powerful explanation of God’s plan for a successful and satisfying life. He uses the analogy of baseball. Having a home run life is about getting around the bases according to God’s design for the game of life.

He gives personal examples from his life as a church planter, husband, and father. He explains that everyone scores a run the same way. Each base is an area of personal and spiritual growth that is required to progress closer to home plate — our end goal.

John Maxwell adds perspective through interjected sections in each chapter and application questions at the end of each chapter. His wisdom helps to make each truth more accessible.




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