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Chazown by Craig Groeschel

Chazown  (pronounced Khaw-ZONE) means dream, revelation, or vision.

Here’s the deal with this book by Craig Groeschel.  The book is fantastic!  But here’s the kicker, do not pick up this book if you are not up for a challenge, if you are not up for changing the way you look at things in your life, and if you are just looking for a casual read.  Sure, you can read through Chazown pretty quickly thanks to Groeschel’s easy to read writing.  But if you really read this book for all it’s worth, it will quickly turn into one of the most challenging books you’ve ever read.

In Chazown, Groeschel utilizes a “Choose Your Own Adventure” style to walk you through a path to find your Chazown – God’s vision for your life.  And he leads you to take steps to make your Chazown a reality in your life.  If you read this book, make sure you have a journal, make sure you have someone or some people who can hold you accountable to the commitments you make as a result of reading this book, and make sure you’re ready for life change.

If you’d like to learn more about Chazown, I’d recommend that you check out the website that was designed to help you discover and master your Chazown –

I recommend this book.

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.

December 14, 2010 - Posted by | book review


  1. Well now this peaks my interest. It sounds like it’s like seeing the movie Courageous and leaving without thinking that you must be a better father and husband. BTW Happy 40th Again Bro (for all those that didn’t know you had a b-day this week).


    Comment by Mark | December 14, 2011 | Reply

    • Thanks, Mark!

      Comment by jonstolpe | December 15, 2011 | Reply

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