Presence Driven

Presence Driven by Paul Ellis is about finding your purpose in life. Specifically, the author focuses on the meaning of life and having a purpose connected to God’s presence. He uses Biblical stories, such as Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Jonah, Samson, Jacob, Abraham and Sarah, Moses, and many others, with particular attention to each story’s actions and their overall message. The book illustrates how specific actions impact the story’s outcome and the connection between the presence and purpose of each.

Ellis uses exciting excerpts from the Bible, from Samson’s loss of strength to Jonah running from God’s word, to illustrate how these stories relate to the author’s trials and tribulations, as well as other modern examples that the reader can relate to and identify with. The book is written in a conversational tone, which makes it easy to read and digest.

I found the book witty, easy to understand, and a quick read. The author does a great job of bringing Biblical stories and references to life in a way that’s not too formal, which makes it accessible and enjoyable. The author makes the importance of our purpose in life a central theme in each story and uses the modern counterparts as examples that help the reader better relate to them.

Presence Driven is a great read that takes Biblical themes and thought-provoking concepts into a more digestible book that’s entertaining and enjoyable. This is a thought-provoking book that’s refreshingly different and unique. It’s an easy book to read over a weekend or within a few days.

Pages 160 | ASIN 1958690554

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