Everyday Discernment Reviews

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Everyday Discernment

“Spurgeon said, ‘Discernment is not knowing the difference between right and wrong, it’s knowing the difference between right… and almost right.’ If ever there was a time for Christians to be discerning, now is the time. In Everyday Discernment: The Importance of Spirit-Led Decision Making, Tim Ferrara lays out the case for how our decisions impact our daily lives and the lives of those around us. From the movies we watch to our choices as parents, God wants to be involved. If you’d like to learn how to invite God into every aspect of your life, this important book should be on your list!”

Heidi St. John,
Author, Speaker, Podcaster, MomStrong International

“Somewhere, between the pages of this book and the pages of your heart, God is speaking – in this very moment. Tim Ferrara calls us to walk in discernment daily, if you need clarity about your next step in your faith journey this book is for you. Tim gives practical steps to increase your reliability on the scriptures and it will encourage you not only to read God’s Word, but to faithfully apply it to your life. Thank you for being obedient in writing this much-needed message, Tim!”

Rashawn Copeland
Author, Speaker, Podcaster, Founder of I’m So Blessed Daily

“Tim does an excellent job at handling the topic of discernment. He thoroughly and wisely covers multiple topics and how to develop discernment in each of those areas. The discussion questions at the end of each chapter prove to be a useful tool for developing much needed discernment in life. This book is a must read for any Christian who is serious about making well thought out, wise, Godly decisions.”

Patrick Antonucci
Founder of Dad Hackers: Becoming the Men God Designed Us to Be
Host of the Dad Hackers Podcast https://dadhackers.us/

“In a world that is quick to tell you what you need and what will make you happy, Tim has found a way to capture what is truly important in all areas of life…discernment. A life without discernment is like knowledge without wisdom.  You may have lots of money, friendships, possessions or charisma, but if you lack discernment, those will all come crashing down or found to be meaningless. In a very concise and transparent way Tim shares what God has shown him throughout his life and lays out a framework for others to follow.”

Nathan Bentley
Senior Pastor
LifePoint Church – San Tan Valley, Arizona

“Tim Ferrara has started a discernment revolution! I have witnessed Tim’s personal commitment to the exceptional biblical shaping of his marriage and his fatherhood. I pray millions of Christians join Discerning Dad in this discernment journey!”

Rev. Shawn Capozzi
Senior Pastor of New Season Christian Fellowship in Apache Junction, Arizona
C.E.O Ethos Counseling Institute and A.I.M.

“Tim does a great job of helping readers to make better decisions. If you need help with discernment, then read this book.”

Daniel Rhee
Pastor, Author

“In today’s s fast-paced, distracted, information-saturated (and opinion-saturated), social media-inundated, hedonistic, and subjective truth culture, it is important, now
more than ever, for Christians to be able to discern Truth from ‘kinda-sort-a’, ‘sounds spiritual’, ‘feels good to me’ truth and to know how to live out the Christian life. Tim hits the nail on the head for the need for Biblically-based and Spirit-led discernment and guides us through key areas needing such discernment in this book. This a great resource for a base-line understanding of the role of God's logos (written word; i.e., the Bible) and His rhema word (i.e., the spoken word as revealed by The Spirit of God) as it relates to discernment for the Christian.”

Aaron M. Long
Podcaster, Writer, and Founder of DadInTheTrenches

“Lack of discernment, and even hostility toward discernment, constitutes a major factor precipitating decline in our nation. Consequently, Tim Ferrara’s book Everyday Discernment provides a much-needed emphasis on this crucial component of the Christian life. Some mandates of Scripture are categorical and easy to apply. However, others require serious discernment in their application. Ferrara points us in the right direction, focusing on Scripture as the ultimate source of this crucial capability. Especially helpful is his directing our attention to areas of the Christian life where discernment is especially needed.”

Paul Brownback PhD, Author