Everybody Always – Thoughts on a New Book by Bob Goff

I’m on a mission to read 52 books in 2018. I’m a little behind schedule. So far, I’ve read 18 books, and we are in week 20 of 2018. I’m just two books behind schedule. Not bad for a deliberate (slow) reader.

I just finished my 18th book of the year – Everybody Always by Bob Goff.

This is an excellent follow-up to Bob’s first book, Love Does.

In Everybody Always, Bob shares more personal stories that help us see what it looks like to become love. As I read the book, I experienced a mix of emotions – joy, sadness, happiness, wonder, and love. Bob’s stories of learning to love the “creeps” of the world challenged and changed me. I was encouraged to think about what it means to love my enemies. And I was reminded that I am a work in progress.

If you are looking for an encouraging, humorous, and heart-challenging read, I’d encourage you to pick up a copy of Everybody Always – Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People.

I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

“God’s endgame has always been the same. He wants our hearts to be His. He wants us to love the people near us and love the people we’ve kept far away.” Bob Goff