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Monday, April 26, 2010

Blog Tour: 360 Life

360° Life is a motivational book, written by a man who made it his goal to encourage and motivate others. 

The very first chapter of this book deals with the fear of death.  Ironically, Billy Joe Daugherty passed away before he finished writing 360° Life.  However, his message of encouragement lives on in the pages of his final project which address rising above your circumstances, overcoming fear and anxiety, the power of your words, restoration and other important topics.   

My favorite part of the book was the epilogue written by Billy’s wife Sharon and her family.  It is a beautiful, moving tribute to a man who truly loved people and spent his life here on earth helping others walk closer to Jesus.


What if we all had a second chance to chart our life? 
What if we really could hear from God?

Through stories of Bible personalities and people alive today, 360° Life reveals the path to vital faith "from every angle."

360° Life explores how ordinary people, caught in the midst of difficult, dark, and seemingly impossible situations experience life-altering events as a result of simple faith. As you learn to see yourself as God sees you--as His child, loved by Him and deserving of the great plan He has for your life, you can finally break free from fear, doubt, rejection, and other roadblocks.

With a fresh application of faith--and a new perspective--a more satisfying and productive life awaits.


Billy Joe Daugherty, until his death in November of 2009, pastored the 17,000 member Victory Christian Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The daily "Victory in Jesus" and weekly "360° Life" television programs reach more than 75 million households in North America. Billy Joe authored a number of books including No Fear and God Is Not Your Problem. Billy Joe’s wife, Sharon, continues to minister at Victory Christian Center, along with their four children and two sons-in-law. 

This book was provided free for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group


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