I’m going to share with you a very powerful book review, but before I do that I want to ask you for a simple favor. Are you feeling kind today?
If you’ve read Make Me A Legend and loved it, will you please write a book review at the following places (especial the first two)…
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If you’ve already done this… thank you and God bless you.
I’m asking for this favor, because I’ve been so deeply moved with every MMAL review… and I know that people chose books based on reviews and popularity. And since thousands of our readers have received their copies directly from our website or in person at meetings, you haven’t been inclined to post an online review.
Thank you for doing this. Make Me A Legend is picking up momentum, it’s spreading like fire!
The following review was written by C.D Sutherland, Author of the top selling Christian Fantasy Novel: The Dragoneers. By the way, amazing author, AMAZING BOOK, pick it up!
Chuck Balsamo’s “Make Me A Legend” is a tailor-made message for 21st century American-Christians, who have been domesticated by temporal comforts, fear of rejection and ridicule, and by being trained to submit and tolerate most everything the legendary Godly people of antiquity would have resisted to their last breaths. Chuck Balsamo presents a near-formulaic process, using popular literature, movies, social movements and sport metaphors to help us, to urge us, to embolden us to `untame’ ourselves.
We really don’t have to take it.
It is a call to a spiritual-revolution, which obeys the leadership of the Holy Spirit while building a multi-tier relationship network of mentors, peers, and apprentices which could very well build a “last-hour” church of epic proportions. Imagine a Christian movement, where all Christians bond together to learn, support, and teach each other the way of the perfect love of God–answering to God in all things.
“Impossible!” some might say. Really? Like freeing a captive race, parting a sea, subduing giants, rising from the grave, walking on water, or reclaiming Adam’s birthright from satan? That kind of impossible is the stuff legends are made of. Exactly.
The secular world, accustomed to corralling Christian sheep, might see such a transformational movement as being a pack of uncontrollable monsters. You might think the powers and principalities would assemble their demons and strive to crush the uprising, which sounds a bit like The Revelation to John doesn’t it. Fret not, as if you remember how it ends, that is not a bad thing. Especially when contrasted with how our culture had degraded in recent history.
I wish I had been able to read Chuck’s book 40 years ago as I slogged through many of his lessons the hard way–but alas that was not possible–it was published in 2011.
Therefore, it might be that we, along with Chuck Balsamo, were all created for just such a time as this. Maybe we will become the legendary generation the saints line up to talk to when the roll is called up yonder. Or maybe we’ll just make things better.
Either way, I recommend “Make Me A Legend” to any Christian wondering what is wrong with their life, their community, and our country. Read it and join-in with the dream that together, we can make a better tomorrow.