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Navigate Your Faith by Ron Pratt April 17, 2019

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 12:04 pm



What’s the point of being a Christian anymore?
Many Christians today are feeling unfulfilled in their walk with God, and they have no idea it’s because of the little decisions they’re making each day that are leading them into lives of compromise.

In Navigate Your Faith Ron Pratt uses a fictional American family to expose how the enemy lures believers into prioritizing their own pleasure, entertainment, or career goals over their relationship with Christ. This erodes their passion for Jesus and causes them to become spiritually bored and have powerless Christian lives.

Rather than claiming that God will approve of Christians no matter what they do, as some modern ministers do, Navigate Your Faith challenges readers to take a hard look at their lives and see if they’re simply incorporating Jesus into their lifestyles or allowing Him to set them on a course of His choosing. With proven strategies to rebuild lost intimacy with God, this book will help Christians recognize the deceptive tactics of the enemy, break out of complacency, and make a greater impact on the world around them.

This book will help you recognize and avoid the deception of today’s nominal Christian culture.

My thoughts:

This book takes a look at a lot of things Christian tend to compromise or not even know they are compromising. I certainly am seeing things differently.

I don’t have a drink very often, but I will. Now I find myself asking why I feel I need to have a drink? Truly, I am content with a cup of coffee and a sweet treat instead of an alcoholic beverage, but I tend to do it based on my environment, like when I am camping. And now I see the standard I have set for my children and how they view alcohol.

I liked the way Ron introduced these issues, through story form and then he takes time to talk about what is going on and giving Biblical references to back-up his claims.

Definitely thought-provoking, even if you don’t agree with everything, it may make you stop and think.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own. 


One Response to “Navigate Your Faith by Ron Pratt”

  1. Yvonne Says:

    This sounds very intriguing! Putting it on my “To Read” list. 🙂

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