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Simple but practical

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Reviewed: 01-12-18

Reading voices were good, is immediately practical, nice examples, not too long, not too short.

Beautiful

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Reviewed: 15-09-18

Unlike most second books this is not just a repeat of Love Does, it is the same beautiful, inspirational, and fun style with so many new examples and stories of how we can practice loving our neighbour. It’s one of the best books I’ve ever listened too.

Beautifully written, entertaining and sincere

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Reviewed: 11-10-17

This is the best 'Christian' book I've ever read (listened to). It's inspirational in a very real kind of way. Bob is a talented writer, storyteller, and the fact he reads it himself brings all those to life. Seeing the world through his lens is refreshing. With bursts of humour that made me laugh out loud on the underground, it was a great read with solid and sincere messages. His messages are practical, relatable, and simply explained. So good, going to buy the physical book! I think I'll also listen to it again.

A great challenge to hyped up learning trends

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Reviewed: 20-09-15

A lot of learning theory books tell you these key principles, yet no book I've read so far has looked at it from this perspective. It is insightful, practical, drills down to core principles, and really makes you think deeper about the common learning trends which now people misuse so badly. Highly recommended to any teacher, parent, instructional designer, and learning specialist.

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