Reclaim Your Soul by Cindy Trimm – A Book Reviewq

Reclaim Your Soul

Reclaim Your Soul: Your Journey to Personal Empowerment

By: Cindy Trimm

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257

978-0768403480, $ 15.99, 2014, 352 pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Transformation Journey in Empowerment through Resilience

“Reclaim Your Soul” is made up of two parts. Part One describes the power that works in us through:

  • God’s unique plan for us as an individual
  • God’s design for us in the spiritual and physical realms
  • The power to change
  • Righting Relationships

Part Two is made up of 40 disciplines that lead to resiliency. These disciplines are designed to help the reader in an adventure of self-discovery, establishing identity, and developing behaviors and habits essential to living a truly resilient life style.

Trim helps the reader understand how destructive relationships, negative perceptions, and unhealthy emotional attachments hinder spiritual growth, undermine self-worth, make it impossible to be the person God intended and to fulfil His life purpose for an individual.

Each power packed chapter begins and ends with a promise from Scripture a power quote from a recognized leader or a reflective quote from a well-known spiritual giant. Trimm has an amazing gift for communicating spiritual understanding and Biblical teaching into practical principles for empowerment. She writes with conviction, passion, and authority.

“Reclaim Your Soul: Your Journey to Personal Empowerment” is must reading for anyone wanting to successfully live out their God ordained purpose.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.








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