Monday, September 14, 2015
Litfuse Review: The Finishing School by:Valerie Woerner
About the Book:
In today’s world, our pursuit of a life well lived gets squeezed out by the silliest of things: binging on Netflix or ice cream, shopping trips for things we don’t need, bad habits we can’t seem to get a handle on and so much more. Valerie has been there despite knowing what she wanted for her life. Actually do it though? That’s the real challenge.
After gobbling up all the non-fiction and self-help books her donut-filled belly could handle, she decided it was time to put her knowledge to use and start actually living it out. The result has been a refining process that has drawn her closer to God and produced the sweetest fruit in her life. You will hear about Valerie’s journey filled with failures and victories and find practical tips to apply to your own pursuit of holiness. You will find homework at the end of each chapter that includes a worksheet to put real change in motion for your own life as well as recommended books to further study those topics that really test you.
Today’s world is full of Netflix, sugar, and shopping. We turn to bad habits to keep us busy so we aren’t bored. But the thing is we shouldn’t fill our life with all these worldly objects, no, instead our lives should be full of things God wants for us. So after years of bad habits and tons of TV shows, Valerie Woerner decided she needed change. She wanted God to be in every aspect of her life. So after living her book-nerd title to the fullest, by reading tons of books, she believed it was time to put her knowledge to the test. Soon the refining process started and the closer she become to God.
The Finishing School is a wonderful guide to everyday life. The Finishing School is a good book to getting you to look at your life realistically and to make changes for the better. Turning your life over to God is always for the better and this book helps you achieve just that.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Litfuse.