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Book Review ~ Ripple Effects By Pam Tebow

About The Book


Within the heart of every woman is the desire to be influential.

Join Pam Tebow to uncover the God-inspired difference only you can make.

Heisman Trophy–winning athlete Tim Tebow credits his mom with being the key to his success―but Pam never expected her family’s name to be known around the world. For most of her life, she served quietly and faithfully as a wife and a mom. But unexpectedly, at least to Pam, her consistent, everyday choices to follow God created ripples of influence throughout her family, her community, and her world.

Join Pam in Ripple Effects as she shares what she’s learned on the journey and

  • Reveals how she taught her kids to develop strong character and faith so that their lives would positively influence others
  • Gives an inside look at how she survived her own most challenging life seasons, ones that ultimately made her influence stronger
  • Explores the unique and powerful influence you can have on those around you, no matter where you are planted in life―using gifts you never knew you had

Don’t settle for less than what you were created for! Be encouraged to maximize your God-given opportunities for influence―and watch how far the ripples will spread.

Category

Religious/Christian/Inspirational/Non-fiction

Genre

Motivational/Women/Influence

Rating

5 Stars

Review


In a humble, honest and authentic voice, Pam Tebow gently but surely persuades that the influence of women for positive change is possible in every sphere, season, and station of life—if any woman would dare to believe that God has ordained her for a good purpose and embrace the opportunities that come with it. Using multiple true life events and instances, she relays how this belief has manifested true in her life, in the lives of those she loves, and far beyond. The humility, courage, and authenticity with which Pam Tebow speaks is breathtaking and refreshing, making it possible to not only relate with her message, but to also see why her heart, wisdom and kindness have impacted so many who’ve heard her speak or have had any form of contact with her. This kindness includes Pam Tebow wanting every girl/woman to know that they are loved, accepted and created by their Heavenly Father for good works here on earth, and that they have the power of influence to cause ripple effects that could echo far beyond what they could possibly imagine.

This is a book of hope that ignites faith to live in love on purpose—because in doing so, many many good things are possible!

*Though I offer this review to the public, it is my opinion and simply that. A ‘Thank you’ to Tyndale Publishing for a free copy in exchange for my honest opinion.

About The Author


Pam Tebow travels and speaks across the country, encouraging audiences to use the incredible influence God has given them to eternally impact their world.

Pam graduated with honors from the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida. She and her husband, Bob, lived for a number of years as missionaries in the Philippines and continue to serve there through the Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association. Bob and Pam run an orphanage in the Philippines, which has been home to scores of children since 1991. They also support orphanages and a safe house they built for rescued girls in a semiclosed country.

When their youngest son, Tim, won the Heisman Trophy, Pam was featured in national media for her decision to choose life for Tim against her doctor’s advice. Their story has been highlighted on Good Morning America, on ESPN, and in a 2010 Super Bowl commercial celebrating family and life.

Pam has won national awards for her ministry work, including the Commission for Women’s Inspiring Woman of the Year (2013) and the national Pro-Life Recognition Award (2017).

Pam and Bob live in Florida; they have five grown children and eight grandchildren.

 

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