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Levi Lusko challenged readers to discover the incredible power and freedom found in facing darkness, pain, and loss and shared the keys to overcoming self-sabotaging tendencies in his bestselling books I Declare War and Through the Eyes of a Lion. In his latest book Take Back Your Life, Lusko blends these concepts of winningly confronting external circumstances and internal battles to guide you through a 40-day introspective and interactive journey, to help you move forward to take back your life.
Take Back Your Life includes insights that didn’t make it into the original books as well as prayers, space to breathe and reflect on the salient, life-changing truths Lusko revisit. This step-by-step process will help you:
- Find purpose by discovering that God will do great things with your imperfect progress.
- Get out of your own way by learning to think right so you can live right.
- Learn that your pain is not an obstacle to being used by God but an opportunity to be used like never before.
It’s more than a book, it’s an intimate self-analysis tool that helps you recognize what’s holding your back or weighing you down and equips you to embrace it head-on as you become the best version of yourself.
About the Author
Levi Lusko is the founder and lead pastor of Fresh Life Church, located in Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, and Utah. He is the bestselling author of Through the Eyes of a Lion, Swipe Right, and I Declare War. Levi also travels the world speaking about Jesus. He and his wife, Jennie, have one son, Lennox, and four daughters: Alivia, Daisy, Clover, and Lenya, who is in heaven.
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