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CJ Hitz is an author and speaker with a heart and passion to see people walk closely with Jesus. He and his wife Shelley speak in churches, schools, camps and retreats across the United States and abroad.
CJ received his Bachelor's Degree in Sociology at Anderson University in 1996 and added a Secondary Education Social Studies degree at Bowling Green State in 1998.
He's an avid runner, loves the outdoors passionately, enjoys strong coffee, dark chocolate and Mexican food.
on Oct. 11, 2011 :
They say that it takes 21 days to form a habit, and CJ’s book serves up that many devotionals in an inspiring and practical way. Although I’m not a runner, I am a fitness enthusiast and this book speaks to me in a way that leaves me encouraged and excited about health – both physical and spiritual. Whether a seasoned athlete or a novice exerciser, this devotional will be sure to motivate and move you.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
on Oct. 10, 2011 :
With candor, vulnerability and sweet honesty, Fuel For the Soul cheers us on. With each insight presented in a down-to-earth style, the reader is nudged to keep going, to win and conquer.The Blend of God’s Word with illustrations engage the reader and spark “aha!” moments to remove obstacles, to leave excuses behind and to drink of that fountain of living, divine water to hydrate the soul.I plan to put this book in my backpack as I pedal my way through life. Janet Perez Eckles, author of the #1 bestselling book, Simply Salsa: Dancing Without Fear at God’s fiesta.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
J. Steve Miller
on Sep. 19, 2011 :
Quick, Powerful, Thought Provoking Fuel for the Soul.
There are tons of devotionals out there. Why this one?
First, each devo makes its point quickly. The energy-starved distance runner or biker can’t stop mid marathon for a leisurely meal. More likely, he’ll down a 100 calorie energy gel, packed with carbs. Similarly, in my fast-paced life, I like a devo that makes its point quickly and powerfully, so that I can move into prayer and personal application. Hitz cuts the fluff and concisely makes his points. That’s a tribute to any writer.
Secondly, his writing flows naturally, avoiding the ostentatious adornment that many writers feel they simply must throw in.
Third, the chosen topics hit where we live – they’re practical – with lessons such as:
* Be alert to attacks.
* Find a lonely place to pray.
* Ask yourself, “What’s hindering your progress?”
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)