Finding What’s Right in Front of You: “Life Unstuck” Book-Review

Have you ever asked a shop-assistant where something is, only to find it’s right under your nose? Sometimes chinks in our lives are staring us in the face, but we need other people’s help to see them. Reading “Life Unstuck” could be one way of giving yourself that help to put your past behind you, enjoy your present, and look forward to your future.

The author’s introduction made me think this would be a bit heavy, but don’t be put-off. Pat came across as more approachable when she started chapter 1 with a personal story, and there are plenty of these throughout. If you love people, I think you’ll enjoy Pat’s style of writing and willingness to admit her mistakes. If you love the Bible, you’ll appreciate going deeper into the intensely personal Psalm 139, one verse at a time.


Compassion UK sent their latest E-newsletter today.  In it was a link to Wess Stafford (Compassion’s former president) speaking at Spring Harvest.  I like this video; he speaks with such conviction.


And the biggest challenge for me?  When he asks what the cause is that moves us to tears in 30 seconds, either of great sorrow, or of joy because of the victories.  What does move us to tears, and is it something God would be pleased with?