Own Your Life: How to Grow a Legacy of Faith, Love, and Spiritual Influence

Own Your Life: How to Grow a Legacy of Faith, Love, and Spiritual Influence

Do you ever long for days full of joy and energy—days that bring out the best version of you rather than leave you exhausted? Do you sometimes catch yourself wishing life was more impactful and fulfilling? In a world that’s moving so fast, it’s easy to lose your sense of purpose. So now is the time to make each moment of your ordinary, everyday, beautiful existence count. It’s time to own your life.Sally Clarkson’s Own Your Life is a breath of fresh air into the life and soul of a busy woman. Like a faithful friend, Sally journeys with you to explore what it means to live meaningfully, follow God truly, and bring much-needed order to your chaos. Each page offers deeply personal, authentic, and practical guidance to help you build an intentional life. Discover what it means to own your life, and dare to trust God’s hands as He richly shapes your character, family, work, and soul.

Title:Own Your Life: How to Grow a Legacy of Faith, Love, and Spiritual Influence
ISBN:9781414391281
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    Own Your Life: How to Grow a Legacy of Faith, Love, and Spiritual Influence Reviews

  • Holly

    I have read all of the Clarkson family's books. . .Clay's, Sally's, and Sarah's. I have been to multiple mom's conferences both in Colorado and Texas and have heard them speak. I have attended their s...

  • Ashley

    As a book, it was okay. A lot of imagery and flowery writing that I could've done without. But I felt like the title (of the book and the sections) didn't match the content. It was more like "Own Your...

  • Kara

    I'm only about 1/3 through this book and I think I'm going to put it down for now. It's just too touchy-feely for me. A lot of stories with a lot of elaborate fluffy details, and with my ADD brain I s...

  • Rebekah

    I was so excited to read this book because I've read some of Sally Clarkson's other books. Unfortunately, I did not care for the first few chapters - it began much like a self-help book sprinkled with...

  • Amy

    I listened to this one, and it was like listening to an 8 hour devotional. I loved it! It is such a great reminder of how to have Christ-centered lives, homes, marriages, and relationships. I love her...

  • Catie

    I love Sally Clarkson. The end. For real, though. This, in my opinion, was her most "real" book. She shares her struggles and weaknesses. She's usually pretty idealistic (one of the things I love abou...

  • Naomi Mills

    Wow, what a book. This was the first book by Sally Clarkson that I have read and I fell in love with her. She is such a godly influence and I feel like I learned so much from her. Transitioning from h...

  • Ginny

    The chapters in this book have been read and reread as I worked my way through it. The overall theme for this book is being a good steward of the life we are given. My biggest take-aways are simple on...

  • Carrie ReadingtoKnow

    I really appreciated this Sally Clarkson read. I read this during quarantine, a time period when I feel like I'm re-examining my own life and purpose and what God would be asking of me for the future....

  • Claire Sheats

    Maybe closer to 3.5 ⭐️s.This was like a biblically driven, less-cringe take on the “self-care” culture. Sally writes in themes and with a lot of emotion. This book was primarily about: with Go...