God intends each of us to live amazing lives and touch the hearts of others in extraordinary ways. But too many of us settle for much less. For those who long for more, You're Amazing introduces five ways to live with meaning and passion:
- Be real
- Be courageous
- Be prayerful
- Be humble
- Be encouraging
With his signature, hard-hitting style, Justin Fatica issues a wake-up call to embrace new possibilities, break out of mediocrity, and live a life of authentic joy. Get ready - God wants to do something amazing in your life!
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- Ashley Begay
An audible of encouragement for sure!
I downloaded this audible out of curiosity of my lost soul. I did not think that this book, this message, would make me think deeper about myself as it has. Even though I don’t practice or have a great relationship with god. This book has made me open my eyes to myself and how I can become something greater. It has helped me look at situations or struggles in a manner I didn’t think possible. But also to gain a relationship with god again to help heal my heart and mind. Although it isn’t instant this was a great eye opener. If your lost and looking for encouragement and ways to change your thinking. If you have a passion to serve others or help others. Then in my opinion this book is perfect you. After listening to this book I do feel amazing!
- Father John Paul Mary Zeller, MFVA
Refreshing and Real
I have had the privilege to know Justin Fatica and to be familiar with his Hard as Nails Ministries for a few years. I have heard Justin speak multiple times to large audiences, small groups as well as talking to him individually and even doing one of his Hard as Nails workout routines with him. I was in pain for about a week! Listening to him read his own book was refreshing and real. I know you will enjoy listening to this book. Justin reads it with the faith and passion that he wrote it. Once you read it, encourage another person to read it. Give it to an individual that you know is suffering. I can’t recommend this book enough.