Love Well by Jamie George – Review & Giveaway

Love Well

Love Well – Book Review

If you have ever been hurt by someone who should have loved you – if you are trying to recover from invisible wounds that have left you feeling like less than the person you really are – if you are trying to move forward in your life but are feeling stuck over things in your past that you just can’t get over – than I’d like to recommend a book that could play an important role in your spiritual recovery!

That book is Jamie George’s Love Well – Living Life Unrehearsed And Unstuck – a new book that releases on August 1, 2014 from publisher David C. Cook!

Love Well provides us with a beautifully written, grace-filled perspective of how God uses the painful experiences in our lives to mold and shape us into the person He intends us to be.

The key to this book is in the stories.

Jamie harnesses the power of story to connect us to one another. He shares his pain and vulnerabilities – and connects us with familiar characters from the Bible and from popular culture – to help us understand that we are not alone in the things we experience and feel.

Others have suffered.

Others have been shamed, shunned, betrayed.

Others have been rejected or hurt by churches, family members, and those in positions of power.

But just as God has used the painful experiences of others as a pathway to redemption and transformation in their lives – God can also help us through the places that we are stuck and rewrite the stories of our lives.

Love Well is full of quotes, questions, and takeaways you can use to reflect upon and apply to your life.

Jamie writes:

A book is always a journey. My hope is that in the exchange of writing, reading and reflecting, we can journey together. My deep desire is that the tone of this book is not one of proving that I am right. My hope is that in my story and in my brokenness and redemption, Truth might be revealed.

If you’d like the opportunity to be one of the first people to own a copy of Jamie George’s new book Love Well, be sure to enter our book giveaway at the end of this post!

I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

Video Interview With Jamie George – Love Well

About Jamie George

Jamie George

Jamie George founded The Journey Church in Franklin, Tennessee in 2006 as a safe haven for the “religiously wounded.” Acclaimed worship band, All Sons & Daughters,was birthed in this faith community. In addition to writing Love Well, George is co-authoring a curriculum with New York Times best-selling novelist Karen Kingsbury. Jamie lives with his wife and four children and serves the community of Franklin, Tennessee.


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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from Icon Media Group for review purposes. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

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12 Responses to “Love Well by Jamie George – Review & Giveaway”

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  1. Michelle says:

    The thing that interests me is to read about someone who has suffered like I have suffered.
    Sometimes we can feel so alone on our journey.

  2. Michelle says:

    I forgot to leave my country.

    The thing that interests me is to read about someone who has suffered like I have suffered.
    Sometimes we can feel so alone.
    From U.S.A.

  3. Deb Wolf says:

    I’m visiting from Dawn’s; it’s nice to meet you. I recently read Love Well also. I loved his use of stories and the hope he so beautifully shared. I’m looking forward to your “Blog Hop” post. Blessings!

  4. Florry D. says:

    I would love to read the great stories in it and have some wisdom advice good to guide me to a peaceful life.
    Live in Canada.

  5. barb says:

    Tell me–who would not want to love well or be loved well! Isn’t that what we all are looking for and looking for! Even after we find Jesus Christ as our saviour, don’t we want this in our personal lives here on earth.

  6. I do like stories that make us feel connected – I think it’s so important for empathy – even times where we don’t have the same experiences – we can always learn from others.

  7. heidi says:

    We’ve all been hurt by so many different people in life. This book addresses these hurts.

  8. Lynne says:

    It sounds like it will have ideas that everyone can apply to the situation they are in – even if it isn’t quite exactly the same situation he is talking about. Some concepts and ideas work in lots of different settings, perhaps with a little tweaking, but the basic ideas can be the same. (US)

  9. Tina at Mommynificent
    Twitter: mommynificent

    I really like the title of this book. We’ve been trying to shift the focus in our family from having fun to loving well so when people finish activities with friends, we try to remember to ask, “Did you love well?” rather than “Did you have fun?” This book looks like a good addition to our attempted perspective shift. Thanks for sharing this on Booknificent Thursday! Hope to see you again this week!

  10. Helga says:

    It looks inspirational for anyone.

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