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Tyndale Publishers entrusted me with reviewing a new devotional, A Minute of Vision for Men: 365 Motivational Moments to Kick-Start Your Day by Roger Patterson. Though I’ve read and used devotionals in the past, this is my first review of one.
This book uses a lot of American sport figures, especially from American football. As someone who’s more business minded I generally don’t always look to sports figures. If you love sports, this is probably a perfect devotional for you.
Vison for Men is intertwined with Christian thought. It’s a 365 and meant to be fully read in a year. It’s easy to follow. The version I have is hard cover. It’s a quality made book which is a Tyndale Publishers norm. The small size is perfect for carry and travel. It’s also not centered around the hard to read King James version but includes multiple translations. I like that as a reader.
I’m enjoying the daily messages. It challenges me and that keeps me coming back. Whether you're religious or not, a book like this is perfect for parking your attitude in the morning and preparing you to have a meaningful impact throughout the day. It will be released Dec. 6 in a few days.