Outlive Your Hyphen

Every gravestone has a hyphen. There’s the year a person was born, a hyphen and then the year they died. That hyphen represents that person’s entire life. What will your hyphen say?

In his typical fashion, Max Lucado uses anecdotes, theology, and application to show us how we can outlive our lives. Mr. Lucado calls us to look beyond the mundane everyday life things and focus on the amazing things we can do with Jesus in our lives. Max asks us to break out of our comfort zones and be followers of Christ. He finishes the book with a powerful image. People who are in need are Jesus. When we love a person in need, we are ultimately loving Jesus.


Max Lucado has touched the lives of many once again with Outlive Your Life. It has inspired me to live my hyphen to the fullest, and it’s definitely a must-read for anyone who feels the need to do the same. The best part is Lucado is contributing 100% of all his author royalties to World Vision.

This book was provided for free from BookSneeze, a branch of Thomas Nelson Publishers. I was asked to  honestly review it, and a positive review was not required.

Posted by Jane | at 10/16/2010 02:31:00 PM

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