Journey to Love

Reviewed by:

Jane Ahrens, Church Librarian


Journey to Love


Matt Mikalatos



Publication Date:

August 2021


Print Book


171 pages


The purpose of this book is to help the reader learn to accept love from others and to love those around them. This is a collection of 40 short, story-driven readings with reflection questions and exercises at the end of each reading. These questions and exercises will help the reader process the readings, record their thoughts in a journal and perhaps even discuss the concepts with friends.  The goal of this is to find out how to be more loving and to receive more love.

At the beginning of the book, it seemed more like a self-help book and the readings did not include any Scripture references or thoughts on the Christian faith. The later readings did include the sharing of the Gospel, but I would have liked to see the Christian faith and the Christian view of love included more in the earlier readings.     


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Suggested Audience:

For those who are new to the Christian faith or non-believers who are searching for faith

Christian Impact:

It does share the Gospel at times, but is not a prevalent part of the book.

Journey to Love: What We Long For, How to Find It, and How to Pass It On

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