Unstoppable: Running the Race You Were Born To Win

  • Title: Unstoppable: Running the Race You Were Born To Win
  • Author: Christine Caine
  • ISBN: 9780310341178
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unstoppable Running the Race You Were Born To Win People of faith are lined up in lanes all over this globe batons in hand running the race that matters most in this world the divine relayThe divine relay is tough The track is treacherous There are
    People of faith are lined up in lanes all over this globe, batons in hand, running the race that matters most in this world the divine relayThe divine relay is tough The track is treacherous There are so many ways to mangle the exchange zones, to overshoot, to be knocked off the track, to drop the baton, to stop running The church needs champion runners who never give uPeople of faith are lined up in lanes all over this globe, batons in hand, running the race that matters most in this world the divine relayThe divine relay is tough The track is treacherous There are so many ways to mangle the exchange zones, to overshoot, to be knocked off the track, to drop the baton, to stop running The church needs champion runners who never give up, who persevere no matter what they encounter, who run to win, unstoppable, no matter the cost.If we pass the baton of faith fluidly in the exchange zone from person to person, from generation to generation, we speed unstoppable toward the finish line But if we fumble the exchange, the whole team, the whole church, suffers Some runners even stop running and walk right out of the race.Discover just how important it is to get the exchange zone right, to ensure that no runners stop running and walk off the field, but that every runner becomes unstoppable in their dedication to carry their baton of faith to the next runner.

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    About Christine Caine


    1. Christine Caine is a recognized teacher, preacher, author, and activist As a founder of The A21 Campaign, Christine leads one of the largest non profit organizations in the world dedicated to rescuing victims of human trafficking in twelve countries Additionally, through her personal ministry, Christine shares messages of hope, encouragement, and freedom in churches across the globe and frequently addresses leaders of some of the world s largest organizations Christine and her husband, Nick, spend their time in both Sydney, Australia, and the United States, and they adore their daughters Catie and Sophie.


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    1. Left inspired and challengedSometimes I like to make living as a Christian so complicated. I am guilty of being the sideline Christian - daydreaming of the time in my life where I will be mature, stable and equipped enough to be one of the mega Christians who live on fire for jesus in everything. Chris Caine slapped me across the face in this book. She reminds readers that there is a divine relay going on - it's been going on for generations and it is our turn to run our leg of the race in THIS [...]

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    2. I could not finish this book. While I do agree her ministry (The A21 Campaign ) is worthwhile and does tremendous things in the lives of abused women and children, I did not buy this book to be bombarded with selfless promotion of it. She even compares herself with Moses, David, Mary, and Peter. Also if I hear the words baton, handoff, or exchange zone again, I might go crazy. ( Also, this book would be a lot shorter ). If you want to know about her ministry or all the good things she's done in [...]

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    3. Christine Caine has a way of motivating you. I can just hear her voice speaking as I am reading this book. I love all the personal stories.

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    4. This is a good and inspiring book, about learning to accept the work that God has for you, and to accept when it is time to relinquish your grasp on that task. I had hoped to hear more stories and more details in the stories of captives set free, and like others, I did begin to cringe before the end of the book at some of the word repetition; but the book is a worthwhile read. It opens a window into the world of the most devoted church of Jesus: people with the faith to be on the front lines at [...]

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    5. Never thought of thinking of the race as a relay. Good concept and a good read.

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    6. Chris is one of my personal heroes. That said, she is a much better speaker than she is writer. She uses the analogy of a relay race throughout this book (beginning with describing watching the US women's team lose at the Olympics year after year due to some sort of failure in the exchange zone). I think the analogy is solid, but the danger of focusing an entire book around one analogy is that you absolutely beat it to death and she did. By the end of the book I was thinking, "If I read the word [...]

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    7. One of the most transformative books I’ve read in a long time. It truly spoke to my heart, and I look forward to reading it again. I know the analogy got to be a bit much for some, but for me, the visual just really fit in so many different ways. I am left challenged, encouraged and changed— absolutely unable to be a sideline spectator of the life and calling God has given me anymore. Highly recommend!!

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    8. It’s truly an encouraging and challenging book for all true believers, to take on the ‘baton’ and run in the race that God has placed us in. God has chosen each one of us, prepared us and placed us in whatever/ wherever we are, to reach out to the unsaved. As a believer, we’ve Christ in us and that makes us ‘unstoppable’ as we willingly receive the baton and join in (relay) race. It’s a wonderful book, don’t miss it, go grab one and read and be changed.

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    9. I really felt like I read this book exactly at a time when I needed to most. I had suffered a recent heartbreak and felt myself drooping, emotionally and spiritually. This book was like a breath of fresh air and my heart soaked up Christine's words. I loved this book.

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    10. This is such a great book with excellent advice. I love the way Christine writes, almost like I can hear her voice in my head talking 90 miles an hour into the microphone and inspiring me to greatness :D What a legend.

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    11. Christine Caine in her new book, “Unstoppable” published by Zondervan helps us Running the Race You Were Born To Win.From the back cover: You are in the run of your lifePeople of faith are lined up in lanes all over this globe, batons in hand, running the race that matters most in this world—the divine relayThe divine relay is tough. The track is treacherous. There are so many ways to mangle the exchange zones, to overshoot, to be knocked off the track, to drop the baton, to stop running. [...]

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    12. This was a good motivational read. Christine Caine spends the entire book encouraging you to embrace where you are and what you can do for the Kingdom of God. Her main point is to stay on your course(in your lane) and stay focused on your relationship with Christ so when its time for you to do your part you are willing to take the baton and run your race.I enjoyed the personal stories she told about the victims A21 has helped, the staff members involved in A21 and the stories from her own life. [...]

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    13. This book is written with a passionate and inspirational message. It shares the story of the A21 campaign. The purpose is to rescue those stuck in human trafficking and stoping human trafficking all together. It is a call to those of us who are children of God to get ahold of our callings. To realize that we each have talents and availability to give God. That our salvation is not just about ourselves but about God's bigger story. And God loves justice. We are called to participate. We are also [...]

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    14. This new book by Christine Caine is filled with amazing stories and powerful truths! I love her emphasis on grace throughout the book and that CHRIST in us is the power that makes us unstoppable through obstacles, setbacks, and passion-slayers. This isn't a "motivational" book. It's a truth-filled, inspiring tool to help us to run the race God has set before us. For me, this book started off more slowly than "Undaunted" (still my favorite Christine Caine book so far). But it was well organized, [...]

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    15. Helps the seeking Christian who feels burdened by or intimidated by life in general to reach out and grab the batons that God puts in our hands - so we can run the race that He wants us to run. I've seen Christine Caine speak - she is powerful in her presentation, powerful in her faith, and powerful in her gift to make you feel, well, unstoppable! When you are done reading this book, you will feel a little more equipped to just start doing something, knowing God has your back and that He has equ [...]

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    16. I love the example she shares from a college presentation regarding perspective. The professor projects an almost blank slide and asks the class what they see. In unison they all miss what is featured on the slide, a small black dot in the center, shouting out instead they see white space. Isnt that the way with us every day? We see most prominently what is lacking rather than focusing on what is very present, though it does not scream for our attention. Let us take a collective breath and indiv [...]

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    17. Christine Caine is one of the most incredible communicators in the world. Whether she is on stage or through the pages of this book, you can feel her passion, her conviction, and her presence.Her life is an example of "it's not where you start, it's how you finish." The devil messed with the wrong lady and she is making him pay through every talk she does, every book she writes, and more importantly every heart she inspires. She is utterly inspiring.

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    18. Christine Caine’s book is a chatty, informative treatise on Hebrews 12:1. She gives examples of God calling, qualifying and equipping ordinary people to be champions through her work with human trafficking. Relating our life race to an Olympic 4x100 relay readily transfers spiritual concepts into practical reality. She reminds us that achievement is not about qualifications, but about allowing Christ to transform us from the inside out.

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    19. InspiringI have heard Christine teach and share her testimony at Women of Faith, but it did not prepare me for her incredible testimony of faith. I was so blessed and inspired by her story and passion to do the work of God. I highly recommend this book if you want to be encouraged to run the race God has set before you irregardless of the obstacles Satan would place in front of you.

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    20. I heard Christine Caine speak at a Hillsong Concert. She was amazing, so I picked up this book to go along with her talk. The book has the same energy and passion as she does live. She uses real life examples of people running the race and backs up her stories with solid scripture on how Christians can run the race and pass the baton to the next generation. I enjoyed this book and would recommend this to Christians wondering what's next.

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    21. I received this book as a gift from a friend. I was sorely disappointed and actually wasn't able to complete it. I found it to be lacking in substance, more of a, "Rah, rah! You can do it!" type of book rather than a book with actual guidance on how to even find the race that God has set out for you, before you even talk about how to run it.

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    22. Fantastic book! "You are not anonymous to God. He knows your name. He sees you when you faithfully serve Him. God knows your potential and your faithfulness when no one else does. God sees your heart, and if God has assigned you to your place, God will find you when it is time for your promotion." - Love this truth!

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    23. Once again Christine Caine writes a book to encourages us to start running the relay of life and accepting and passing the batons God gives us. Her stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things for the Kingdom was heartfelt. It also challenges us to stay in the race and pick up the batons we have dropped and finish what God calls us to do.i

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    24. It's a simple book with a powerful message. Six of us read it and then met over brunch to discuss. I love the analogy of passing a baton and staying in the race. As a reminder of the message that she conveyed about the psychology class question, we made index cards with the black dot on front and the Hebrews 12:1-2 on back. We made two- one for us and one to pass on as a baton with a message.

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    25. The beginning of this book hit the ground running. (Pun intended.) I mean, who didn't look up the video of that fantastic 2012 4X400 U.S. Women's relay team after that introduction? I loved how Christine Caine wove the analogy of running a relay race and being a champion of faith throughout the book. It's the one thing that stuck with me after I was done reading.

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    26. Key verse- "And let us run the race with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on JESUS, the pioneer and perfecter of our faith." Hebrews 12:2Key point- As long as we have breath in our bodies, we can and must breathe God's love into this world!I will definitely read this book again.

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    27. Christine Caine is an amazing woman of God. Nothing wrong with the book at all, but I have to say that it didn't speak to me quite as much as "Undaunted" -- well, until chapter 10. Chapter 10 on nearly had me in tears, speaking to my heart and personal situation as I deal with grief that comes in waves. If anything, the book is extremely encouraging, particularly the last few chapters.

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    28. Not as good as "Undaunted", or perhaps I just read the two too close to each other. I thought it interesting to read about Christine Caine's work with A21, but thought some of her points too specifically targetted that line of work.

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    29. Wow. Caine is Holy Spirit inspired and on fire for God, passing along her zeal as she encourages her readers to run for God, fueled by God. We each have a race to run. We each have a purpose to pursue. As long as you are in the will of God, you are UNSTOPPABLE.

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    30. This book was excellent for where I'm currently at in my faith walk and career. Even though I'm not a runner, the metaphor still inspired. A great reminder for what God can do in and through us if we're willing to surrender and trust Him.

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