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Book Review: A Book Called YOU Author: Matthew Stephen Brown


How do you feel about yourself? There are probably some things you like, some things you hate, and some things you’ve never told anyone about. But do you know that Jesus wants you to find yourself? Your real self?


A Book Called YOU will help you learn about the person you were made to be and how a biblical view of self-discovery can improve every part of your life.


Based on his widely successful teaching series A Series Called You and his personal experience using the Enneagram personality assessment tool in his marriage and other personal relationships, Matt Brown offers a groundbreaking, entertaining, and heartfelt guide that highlights biblical truths alongside the Enneagram to help us better understand ourselves and how we relate to the people around us.




Reviewed by:

Robynne de Wet


Tell us a bit about yourself:

I am a loved wife and a proud mom of three beautiful girls. I love God's Word, reading, and writing. I blog - sometimes - at www.robynnewrites.com


Name of Book:

A Book Called YOU: Understanding the Enneagram from a Grace-Filled, Biblical Perspective


Author:

Matthew Stephen Brown


What drew you to read this book:

I love reading about people's different personality types and character traits.


What impact did this book have on your life:

This book opens up your mind to why people react and respond the way they do to certain things. In the author's words, this book is about: "helping people understand their own unique beauty and brokenness."


In a paragraph, what is the main point of this book?:

God created us individually, with a unique sense of character and these differences should be embraced and celebrated.


Who would benefit from reading this book?:

I believe everyone in a leadership position should read a book like this. It's a great way to gain perspective on personality types and in turn, pursue relationships with people based on who they are and not who you want them to be.


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