I haven't finished reading this book yet, but there's an excellent reason for that--the book has so many intriguing questions and helpful points that I don't want to rush through. As someone who typically speeds through books, that is high praise indeed.
Stress Point’s ten chapters focus on issues like career, self-image, independent living, spiritual maturity, and financial responsibility. The self-contained chapters make it easy to focus on the areas that challenge you.
Each chapter has multiple journaling sections to let you focus your thoughts and challenge you to take on a Biblical perspective. While the title focuses on stress, the book itself challenges you to focus your attention on God’s plan for your life, instead of your difficulties.
As a college student, I have already faced some of these struggles, while others still lie ahead. Some of these areas—such as self-image and dating, could be applied to those still in high school, while the career and spiritual maturity chapters are applicable for 20-somethings and beyond. I highly recommend this book for young women struggling to find God in their chaotic lives, especially because the author focuses intently on God’s word and the impact on your life. Four Stars.
I received a free copy of this ebook from BookSneeze but was not required to write a positive review.