This book was provided to me by Blogging For Books. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. All opinions are my own.
Published by WaterBrook on May 16th, 2017
Source: Blogging For Books
Genres: Christian Life, Personal Growth, Religion, Spiritual Growth
The World Does Not Define You! Nobody said your life would be easy. And the older you get, the more difficult it seems to become. Deep down you may know your value as a person isn't defined by wearing cool name-brand clothes, scoring points for a sports team, or even by having a huge number of social media followers. And you're right! Your identity resides in something--in fact, Someone--much greater than anything this world can offer:
The only identity worth having...is found in Jesus Christ!
American sports icon, Tim Tebow knows firsthand what it's like to face pressure head-on. In Know Who You Are. Live Like It Matters, he shares the wisdom he's learned--not from what the world says, but from what God says in His Word.
Tim will guide you through thirty-six weeks of lessons, each based on a key Scripture, to discover who you are--by learning more about whose you are! You will also have the opportunity to write down your thoughts, feelings, and ideas on topics such as: * Building godly character * Maintaining great relationships * Standing out from the crowd * Doing things that matter in the big picture
Get ready to live bigger than ever before...with your faith and identity secured in a God who loves you beyond measure!
Why would a woman who hates sports take this book for her children? Because, whether you hate or love football—Tim Tebow stands for something and I admire that. I felt that my children could learn something from this book and the fact that it is written for homeschoolers made it icing on the cake.
I was surprised by how much I liked this book. Though geared towards young adults, I appreciated the book and will definitely re-read it when my girls start the lesson plan. It includes thirty-six lessons which are broken down into four parts. Tim gives an example of how the lesson applied to his life and then provides inspirational scriptures and writing prompts.
One thing that I really appreciated is that Tim encouraged the parents to not treat this book as graded material. The point of this book is to encourage and uplift homeschoolers in their spiritual life more than it is meant to be used as a textbook course.
This was a fantastic book and I would honestly read books by Tim Tebow again in the future.