(Book Review) Are You Attackable?

Are You Attackable?Reviewed by: Kenzi Melody of Crestwood, Kentucky


Title: Are You Attackable? Embracing God During the Battles in Life

Author: David H. Judson

Publisher: Certa Publishing

Publication Date: July 2, 2014

Format: Paperback

Length: 260 Pages


As Christians, our lives are bound to come under attack. When these attacks come, the way we respond shows where our trust is – be it in God or in ourselves. Our relationship with God must be strengthened during peaceful times so we will be able to stand against the enemy later. Judson shows us how to equip ourselves for the battles we will face against the giants in our lives by using prayer, meditation, scripture reading, and calling on trusted friends.

This book covers the entire spectrum of a Christian’s growing relationship with God, from coming to know him to showing him to others. Information on the enemy’s tactics and the armor of God is challenging but also very practical, with much of the advice being easily applicable to everyday life. Discussion questions are included at the end of each chapter to further aid the reader in processing the concepts presented. The chapters are fairly long, however. The quantity of information discussed in each is difficult to digest in a single sitting.


Rating (1 to 5)

4 out of 5 stars

Suggested Audience

This book is recommended for any adult Christian, whether in the midst of a battle or on the other side of one.

Christian Impact

This book covers the entire spectrum of a Christian’s growing relationship with God, from coming to know him to showing him to others.

Kenzi Melody of Crestwood, Kentucky, is a professional writing major at Taylor University and a freelance writer for The Secret Place.

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