Take Charge of Your Life...Before It Takes Charge of You - Dr. Richard Ganz

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John MacArthur (Senior Pastor, Grace Community Church)

"Rich Ganz does a superb job of unwrapping and explaining the practical principles found in Scripture to help us gain the sort of self-control that is the fruit of a Take- Charge life surrendered to the Holy Spirit. Prepare yourself for a study that is at once challenging and uplifting."

Dr. Jay E. Adams (Internationally acclaimed best-selling author of over 50 books on Biblical Counseling. Founder of the Biblical Counseling Movement.)

"Rich Ganz has done it again! With his biblically-oriented pen, Rich Ganz, in "Take Charge of Your Life" shows us how to live in a way that is pleasing to God. As has been true of all of his other books, once again, what he has written, will be a real blessing to many. It is my pleasure to highly commend his work to you. Read and be blessed."

Dr. Derek Thomas (Professor of Systematic and Practical Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary. Minister of Teaching, First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mississippi. Editorial Director, Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals.)

"Take Charge of Your Life... Before it Takes-Charge of You", is a winning combination of the skills of a biblical theologian and pastor-counselor's heart. Written by a deservedly acclaimed preacher of our times, this book should find a welcome place in the arsenal of literature designed to help reform and strengthen biblical Christian discipleship. Don't let the title fool you! This is not another "how-to?" book of the "Mills and Boon" variety of evangelical therapy. No! This is solid yet accessible material designed to put Christ firmly at the center of Christian growth and experience. Highly recommended."

Mark Buchanan (Pastor and best selling author of: "Your God is Too Safe", "Things Unseen", & "The Rest of God")

"Rich is aptly named – both the depth of his understanding of God's grace and the reach of his application of it deserves to be called rich. In an age that has both misused grace and missed it, this work stands as more than a needed corrective: it is a ministration of grace itself, richly so."

Dr. George C. Scipione (Pastor, Biblical Counselor, Seminary Professor, author, and conference speaker)

"Well done. Rich Ganz is clear, concise, Christ-centered, practical, powerful, provocative. Get it; read it; live it! And be sure to give the glory to the Father, Son and Spirit."