Free Book in Exchange for Your Review

PLEASE NOTE: This offer is no longer available. We have already exceeded the number of reviews Out.of.Exile.angleAmazon allows to post on a new book. My apologies. I got a greater response on this offer than I imagined. – Remy

I’m about to launch my third book, called, “Out of Exilea forty day journey from setback to comeback.”  It will eventually be released in two versions; one for pastors and one for the public. But the pastors edition will come first.

It’s always nice to have reviews on Amazon.com for people to read so they can decide if they want to buy the book or not. If you would agree to read and review the book I will do two things:

  1. Give you a free book. Your choice of PDF or Kindle formats.
  2. Put your name in my acknowledgements page and possibly quote your review in the book.

Your review doesn’t have to be favorable, just honest. And you don’t have to be a pastor. Actually, the book will help anyone who has experienced a setback in life. But most of my examples are of pastors or people in ministry. It’s a fairly quick read, about 150 pages. I’m hoping to get the reviews published by December 1, 2014.

To help YOU decide if you want to read this book, here is what is on the back cover:

When pastors respond to God’s call, most think they will save the world, but too often they end up on the backside of a desert, what the Bible refers to as “exile.”  That’s not the worst thing. In many ways, exile is a rite of passage: a preparation for ministry to come. But too often pastors get stuck in exile. Rather than exile being a time of spiritual growth and intimacy with God, it becomes a time of disillusionment and despair, with no clue how to reclaim their lives or ministry. 

It doesn’t have to be that way.

In Out of Exile, F. Remy Diederich looks at the losses all pastors face in ministry, how the losses create a feeling of “exile,” and then shows how to return from that exile. It is set up as a 40-day devotional journey: short essays followed by questions to help you move through your time of loss to a place of restoration and renewal. 

If you have suffered a significant life or ministry setback this book might be what God uses to help you make a comeback. If you’ve given up hope, let God use this book to breathe life back into you.

As a pastor for over twenty-five years, F. Remy Diederich knows the pain of exile himself. He shares openly about his journey from setback to comeback, showing pastors how they can do the same.

Thanks for your partnership. I’m hoping God uses this book to encourage many broken pastors and helps them to get their lives AND MINISTRY back on track.

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17 thoughts on “Free Book in Exchange for Your Review

  1. Tim Miller

    I Am currently living in Exile, in a borrowed room far from where I belong. I would love to read (and review) this book, for this season) Thank you for your daily insights on the fine art of following.
    A Kindle version would be great.

    1. F. Remy Diederich Post author

      Great Tim. Thanks so much. I’m sorry for your current situation. I hope the book brings you some insight and encouragement. Look for the book from Jason at Crosspoint Publishing this week.

  2. Mike Scalze

    Remy, followed your series when you were blogging about it and loved the series, I found it very helpful and was even more excited when I heard you were making it into a book. I would love to review a PDF version.

  3. Mike DeLong

    I’d love to read/review your new book. The backcover has already spoken to me!

    Kindle version would be great. Thanks!

  4. Mark Chapman

    I’d love to review a Kindle copy, Remy. I’ve carried much of what you’ve said with me ever since the NW Conference fall retreat last year. Thanks.

  5. Marcia

    I would love to read and review your book. Your blog series was spot on, and I read it with growing excitement. A.W. Tozer wrote, “The reason why many are still troubled, still seeking, still making little forward progress is because they haven’t yet come to the end of themselves. We’re still trying to give orders, and interfering with God’s work within us. ” I have discovered in my own exile, that God can use us best after he has broken us deeply.

  6. Crystal

    I too would be interested in reading and reviewing your book. The PDF format will work best for me. Thanks!

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