Since this is a book for men, I have a guest blogger today...my husband!
Craig Groeschel is a man’s man! He knows how men think, and his writing style reflects it. I have only read a handful of books in my life, most of them fiction, but this is probably the quickest read of any of them. I read “Fight” in less than a week!
Groeschel’s latest book, Fight, does not actually get released until this fall, but I received an early copy for review. In it, he outlines what God created and called men to be… warriors! Following the story of Samson in the Bible (Judges – chapters 13-16), Groeschel points out the things that Samson did, things that we as men typically do, that were the cause of his struggles. He illustrates how the warrior in Samson ultimately wasn’t enough until he realized where the source of his strength came from – God.
The focus of “Fight” is on lust, entitlement, and pride. These three words encapsulate most of the thoughts of men: I want it; I deserve it; I can handle it. Groeschel teaches men how to change these three thoughts around, focus them instead towards God, and how to fight for your marriage, your family, and for your life!
Craig Groeschel, a pastor and author, writes this book in a way that makes it very easy for a non-reader like myself to not only get through it, not only enjoy it, but to anxiously desire to continue reading it. The book is broken into 5 main sections, each section containing 7 mini-chapters of 1 to 6 pages. You can sit down and read for 5 minutes or 45 minutes. He mixes in stories from his own life that at times had me laughing out loud.
I would recommend this book to any man who wants help in releasing the warrior God created them to be. If you’re fighting addictions, relationship issues, character issues… any struggle that life is throwing at you. God wants to equip us for battle, and this book can help!
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksneeze in exchange for an honest review.