Flashbang: How I Got Over Myself (2020)

Flashbang: How I Got Over Myself Mark Steele Flashbang How I Got Over Myself Mark Steele found himself trying to be a good Christian but felt he wasn t making any permanent difference His life was turning into a flashbang something that makes a lot of noise but leaves no perm
  • Title: Flashbang: How I Got Over Myself
  • Author: Mark Steele
  • ISBN: 9780976035725
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
Flashbang: How I Got Over Myself Mark Steele Mark Steele found himself trying to be a good Christian, but felt he wasn t making any permanent difference His life was turning into a flashbang something that makes a lot of noise but leaves no permanent indentation In this hilarious memoir, Steele gives autobiographical accounts of enduring 40 days of facial paralysis, suffering public embarrassment at a PresidentiaMark Steele found himself trying to be a good Christian, but felt he wasn t making any permanent difference His life was turning into a flashbang something that makes a lot of noise but leaves no permanent indentation In this hilarious memoir, Steele gives autobiographical accounts of enduring 40 days of facial paralysis, suffering public embarrassment at a Presidential Inauguration, receiving treatments of shock therapy from a first timer and giving blood in a Mexican hospital Each story brings Steele closer to the realization that being a Christian is than just saying you are In the end, he reveals his secret to living a meaningful life how he got over himself.
Flashbang: How I Got Over Myself Mark Steele

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  1. Mary

    This books is for those that are probably both right and left brained He takes you on an introspective journey as well as outward observations of what really matters with respect to faith Highly recommend as an unconventional read.

  2. Sandy

    It started off really good I laughed out loud and got something out of it Then about 2 3 through, it tanked fizzled like a flashbang It kind of killed the effect of the first part.

  3. JL Torres

    The staggering truth was that God loved me raw though I only chose to come to Him refined A truth that is oh so hard to learn I find this book funny, weird with all the internal dialogue , touching and honest

  4. Aaron

    I Loved it, heaps of real life stories then he kind of pulls them I to what he is trying to get across.If our very own kiwi radio presenter Simon Barnett wrote a book I could see it being a very similar line.

  5. Rick

    Flashbang Allow Mark Steele to provide the definition There is a weapon used by our nation s police force and military that is, in fact, not a weapon One that sounds off a resounding concussion and emanates a stunning bright light that is not actual fire An explosion but not an explosion A distraction with no destruction A big noise and a lot of flash that leaves no lasting mark.It is called the flashbang Flashbang, pg.xvi I first read this book in 2010 Why I ve never officially reviewed it here [...]

  6. Erik

    While Mark and I both have problems getting over ourselves neither of us having perfected that trick , I found myself butting up against a number of little things that kept me from getting along with the author It started when I didn t like his description of what a flashbang is The metaphor of big, noisy distractions in our spiritual lives held together, though, so I put the book down to cool off a while before coming back.But there were still little Velcro hooks holding me back from appreciati [...]

  7. Tom Leary

    Mark Steele s book is very funny with a lot of different life stories to keep you laughing and get a point across His main goal is to let the reader see how he used to do things to gain popularity and for his own benefit, under the guise of working for God Instead we see how he learns to take changes and really give up himself for others Most of these epiphanies come during mission trips where he s completely out of his comfort zone.The book is very entertaining The message is decent though I wo [...]

  8. Melissa Elizabeth

    This book I love it Mark Steele is hilarious and christian, and his book is the same and thats really hard to find sometimes Great stories very relateable and not difficult to understand I laughed, I almost sort of maybe cried but pretended not to because I was at work.s good, I like it, so should you

  9. Katie

    By far the funniest book I ve ever read This book is amazing Mark Steele starts off every chapter with an outrageous story and then by the end of the chapter your left wondering is this at all going to tie in to what he s wanting to talk about And then it does Always It s a fast read because of how funny the book is.

  10. Liza

    I read this in China and liked it a lot because it made me laugh and think Steele is a very honest writer and he writes in a somewhat understandable chaotic way, which is sort of how I think my brain works.

  11. Ali M.

    I know it s cliche to say I laughed out loud but seriously I mean no hyperbole I had a consistent fit of the giggles all the way through I made the mistake of reading this in the presence of other people once Mark Steele, I heart you.

  12. Lauren

    I enjoyed the first half of the book, though ibwas slightly disappointed that I wasn t laughing as much as I was expecting to It was a good book, I think I liked the last chapter the best because that s when he really opened up about his life and his struggles.

  13. Patrick

    Mark Steele is a captivating writer and his book is an easy read He appears to exagerate for effect, but he gives some great insight into life and the importance of learning how to get over oneself and live a life that truly impacts the world for change.

  14. Tessa

    Even though the switching of perspective gets kind of confusing at times, I thought this book was a great read It was funny which is what kept me reading it, but it also had a very good message underlying through the whole book.

  15. Jenna

    This is my favorite book and I ve read it at least 3 times So many of his stories made me laugh out loud.

  16. Erica Steinnagel

    This book made me laugh out loud several times It also brought tears to my eyes The author has a unique story telling style, which I really enjoyed

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