Tim Tebow is as celebrated for his faith and accessible wisdom as he is for his athletic career. A Heisman-winning quarterback turned baseball player, Tebow has lived a life defined by the Christian household his parents, former missionaries, raised him in.
In his latest book, This Is the Day: Reclaim Your Dream. Ignite Your Passion. Live Your Purpose., he takes his inspiration from the trials endured by so many of the people he has met throughout his career as a public figure. Tebow’s fans have admitted they’ve felt stuck, unable to pursue the best version of their lives. Jumping off from his conversations with fans, and infusing his narrative with stories from his own life, Tebow offers encouraging advice to anyone looking to kickstart their ambitions. And the B&N Exclusive edition comes with a special extra: a set of eight full color, tear-out photo cards of Tebow, each featuring one of his inspirational quotes. The author and athlete shared with B&N some of his favorite books. Here’s what he had to say about them.
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Green Eggs and Ham, by Dr. Seuss
I have such vivid memories of this being one of the first books that helped me learn how to read. It is a classic that continues to be one of my favorites!
Paperback $10.26 | $15.99
The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts, by Gary Chapman
This book is such an insightful tool! It provides really good ways to find out how you like to give and receive love.
Paperback $16.19 | $17.99
Goliath Must Fall: Winning the Battle Against Your Giants, by Lou Giglio
Louie is an amazing leader, Pastor and friend who unpacks the story of ‘David and Goliath’ in a super-fresh and powerful way. This book will help you experience victory in whatever challenge you are facing in life.
Jesus Is: Find a New Way to Be Human, by Judah Smith
Judah is not only an incredibly gifted Pastor and communicator, but also a great friend. If you are looking to unpack the Bible in a new way, you will love this book.
How Good Is Good Enough, by Andy Stanley
Such a quick and easy read that will encourage you that it’s not about how good you are, but about how good God is.