Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People

Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People

New York Times Bestseller! What happenswhen we give away love like we're made of it? In his entertaining and inspiring follow-up to the New York Times bestselling phenomenon Love Does, Bob Goff takes readers on a journey into the secret of living without fear, constraint, or worry. The path toward the liberated existence we all long for is found in a truth as simple to say New York Times Bestseller! What happenswhen we give away love like we're made of it? In his entertainin...

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Title:Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People
Author:Bob Goff
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:0718078136
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:240 pages pages

Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People Reviews

  • Selena
    May 14, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

  • Emily
    May 14, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

  • Luke Hillier
    Aug 28, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

  • Leslie
    Mar 07, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

    I received the first 5 chapters of this book from the publisher and cannot wait to read the entire thing. Bob Goff is easily one of my favorite authors. He explains his faith so simply and so clearly that I can't help but want to follow along and see where he's going with it. Jesus' in...

    I am reviewing the first 5 Chapters of the book that I received from the Publisher. Wow! What a book so far! I feel challenged, encouraged & a lot more willing to take risks with LOVE! Loving others as myself...it's what Jesus told us to do. I'm a follower of Jesus, I want to be li...

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the first five chapters of this book from the publisher BUT I pre-ordered the book before I read them based on how much I loved Bob Goff's first book, Love Does. So far, Everybody Always does not disappoint. The story Bob tells of his neighbour Car...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Bob has lived a life full of adventure, whimsy, and pure joy ? all in pursuit of loving Christ and loving others well. Reading this book will encourage and inspire you to do the same. Read the re...

    Had to read this for book club, otherwise I'd never pick a book like this up (I am in no way religious). The stories he told about all these wonderful people he's come across in his life were great and I enjoyed them a lot, but the whole religious side of the book just made me cringe. ...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Once again, Bob tells stories of whimsical love. He makes loving people so simple, and prods you to take steps to love people better. The age of old question of ?Who is my neighbor?? is answe...

    I?ve been searching for around for new Christian books to read and I?ve seen Everybody, Always around a lot and so many people have high praise for it so I knew it had to go at the top on my TBR. I really liked this book but there was a few things here and there that weren?t ...

    The two things I really took away from Everybody Always are 1. Love those who are unloved/unlovable (people who are different, hard and irritating, haters, enemies, etc)... basically all the people we try to push out of our lives, these are the people God is calling us to love. 2. See ...

    I have the honor of being a part of the Launch Team allowed to preview the first five chapters of this book thanks to the publisher. I became a fan of Bob Goff after reading his first book, "Love Does". Loving books the way I do, I jumped at the chance to get a sneak peek of "Everybody...

  • Sarah Swann
    Dec 01, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

  • Andrea Marlene
    Mar 04, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

    I received the first 5 chapters of this book from the publisher and cannot wait to read the entire thing. Bob Goff is easily one of my favorite authors. He explains his faith so simply and so clearly that I can't help but want to follow along and see where he's going with it. Jesus' in...

    I am reviewing the first 5 Chapters of the book that I received from the Publisher. Wow! What a book so far! I feel challenged, encouraged & a lot more willing to take risks with LOVE! Loving others as myself...it's what Jesus told us to do. I'm a follower of Jesus, I want to be li...

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the first five chapters of this book from the publisher BUT I pre-ordered the book before I read them based on how much I loved Bob Goff's first book, Love Does. So far, Everybody Always does not disappoint. The story Bob tells of his neighbour Car...

  • Michayla (WaitingfortheSecondStar)
    Mar 21, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

  • Lisa
    Mar 05, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

  • Juliet Campbell
    Mar 09, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

  • Rebecca
    Mar 03, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

  • Molly
    Feb 27, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

  • April Noel
    Mar 05, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

  • Taylor Knight
    Sep 27, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

    I received the first 5 chapters of this book from the publisher and cannot wait to read the entire thing. Bob Goff is easily one of my favorite authors. He explains his faith so simply and so clearly that I can't help but want to follow along and see where he's going with it. Jesus' in...

    I am reviewing the first 5 Chapters of the book that I received from the Publisher. Wow! What a book so far! I feel challenged, encouraged & a lot more willing to take risks with LOVE! Loving others as myself...it's what Jesus told us to do. I'm a follower of Jesus, I want to be li...

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the first five chapters of this book from the publisher BUT I pre-ordered the book before I read them based on how much I loved Bob Goff's first book, Love Does. So far, Everybody Always does not disappoint. The story Bob tells of his neighbour Car...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Bob has lived a life full of adventure, whimsy, and pure joy ? all in pursuit of loving Christ and loving others well. Reading this book will encourage and inspire you to do the same. Read the re...

    Had to read this for book club, otherwise I'd never pick a book like this up (I am in no way religious). The stories he told about all these wonderful people he's come across in his life were great and I enjoyed them a lot, but the whole religious side of the book just made me cringe. ...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Once again, Bob tells stories of whimsical love. He makes loving people so simple, and prods you to take steps to love people better. The age of old question of ?Who is my neighbor?? is answe...

    I?ve been searching for around for new Christian books to read and I?ve seen Everybody, Always around a lot and so many people have high praise for it so I knew it had to go at the top on my TBR. I really liked this book but there was a few things here and there that weren?t ...

  • Brienne Coughlin
    Mar 03, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

  • Afton Carnegy
    Jun 13, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

    I received the first 5 chapters of this book from the publisher and cannot wait to read the entire thing. Bob Goff is easily one of my favorite authors. He explains his faith so simply and so clearly that I can't help but want to follow along and see where he's going with it. Jesus' in...

    I am reviewing the first 5 Chapters of the book that I received from the Publisher. Wow! What a book so far! I feel challenged, encouraged & a lot more willing to take risks with LOVE! Loving others as myself...it's what Jesus told us to do. I'm a follower of Jesus, I want to be li...

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the first five chapters of this book from the publisher BUT I pre-ordered the book before I read them based on how much I loved Bob Goff's first book, Love Does. So far, Everybody Always does not disappoint. The story Bob tells of his neighbour Car...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Bob has lived a life full of adventure, whimsy, and pure joy ? all in pursuit of loving Christ and loving others well. Reading this book will encourage and inspire you to do the same. Read the re...

    Had to read this for book club, otherwise I'd never pick a book like this up (I am in no way religious). The stories he told about all these wonderful people he's come across in his life were great and I enjoyed them a lot, but the whole religious side of the book just made me cringe. ...

  • Caleb
    Sep 09, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

    I received the first 5 chapters of this book from the publisher and cannot wait to read the entire thing. Bob Goff is easily one of my favorite authors. He explains his faith so simply and so clearly that I can't help but want to follow along and see where he's going with it. Jesus' in...

    I am reviewing the first 5 Chapters of the book that I received from the Publisher. Wow! What a book so far! I feel challenged, encouraged & a lot more willing to take risks with LOVE! Loving others as myself...it's what Jesus told us to do. I'm a follower of Jesus, I want to be li...

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the first five chapters of this book from the publisher BUT I pre-ordered the book before I read them based on how much I loved Bob Goff's first book, Love Does. So far, Everybody Always does not disappoint. The story Bob tells of his neighbour Car...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Bob has lived a life full of adventure, whimsy, and pure joy ? all in pursuit of loving Christ and loving others well. Reading this book will encourage and inspire you to do the same. Read the re...

    Had to read this for book club, otherwise I'd never pick a book like this up (I am in no way religious). The stories he told about all these wonderful people he's come across in his life were great and I enjoyed them a lot, but the whole religious side of the book just made me cringe. ...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Once again, Bob tells stories of whimsical love. He makes loving people so simple, and prods you to take steps to love people better. The age of old question of ?Who is my neighbor?? is answe...

    I?ve been searching for around for new Christian books to read and I?ve seen Everybody, Always around a lot and so many people have high praise for it so I knew it had to go at the top on my TBR. I really liked this book but there was a few things here and there that weren?t ...

    The two things I really took away from Everybody Always are 1. Love those who are unloved/unlovable (people who are different, hard and irritating, haters, enemies, etc)... basically all the people we try to push out of our lives, these are the people God is calling us to love. 2. See ...

  • Penny Lyon
    Mar 24, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

  • Erin *Help I’m Reading and I Can’t Get Up*
    May 25, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

  • Mike
    Mar 23, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

  • Melinda Greenzalis
    Feb 25, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

  • Emily P
    Mar 07, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

  • Jordan
    Mar 08, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

    I received the first 5 chapters of this book from the publisher and cannot wait to read the entire thing. Bob Goff is easily one of my favorite authors. He explains his faith so simply and so clearly that I can't help but want to follow along and see where he's going with it. Jesus' in...

    I am reviewing the first 5 Chapters of the book that I received from the Publisher. Wow! What a book so far! I feel challenged, encouraged & a lot more willing to take risks with LOVE! Loving others as myself...it's what Jesus told us to do. I'm a follower of Jesus, I want to be li...

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the first five chapters of this book from the publisher BUT I pre-ordered the book before I read them based on how much I loved Bob Goff's first book, Love Does. So far, Everybody Always does not disappoint. The story Bob tells of his neighbour Car...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Bob has lived a life full of adventure, whimsy, and pure joy ? all in pursuit of loving Christ and loving others well. Reading this book will encourage and inspire you to do the same. Read the re...

    Had to read this for book club, otherwise I'd never pick a book like this up (I am in no way religious). The stories he told about all these wonderful people he's come across in his life were great and I enjoyed them a lot, but the whole religious side of the book just made me cringe. ...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Once again, Bob tells stories of whimsical love. He makes loving people so simple, and prods you to take steps to love people better. The age of old question of ?Who is my neighbor?? is answe...

  • Kelly Martin
    Mar 05, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

  • Laurel Starkey
    May 22, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

  • Amber Nash
    Mar 01, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

    I received the first 5 chapters of this book from the publisher and cannot wait to read the entire thing. Bob Goff is easily one of my favorite authors. He explains his faith so simply and so clearly that I can't help but want to follow along and see where he's going with it. Jesus' in...

    I am reviewing the first 5 Chapters of the book that I received from the Publisher. Wow! What a book so far! I feel challenged, encouraged & a lot more willing to take risks with LOVE! Loving others as myself...it's what Jesus told us to do. I'm a follower of Jesus, I want to be li...

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the first five chapters of this book from the publisher BUT I pre-ordered the book before I read them based on how much I loved Bob Goff's first book, Love Does. So far, Everybody Always does not disappoint. The story Bob tells of his neighbour Car...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. Bob has lived a life full of adventure, whimsy, and pure joy ? all in pursuit of loving Christ and loving others well. Reading this book will encourage and inspire you to do the same. Read the re...

  • Victoria Bunce
    Mar 15, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

  • Melissa
    May 05, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

  • Rushaunda Diaz
    Mar 02, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

  • Kathryn W
    Mar 10, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

    I received the first 5 chapters of this book from the publisher and cannot wait to read the entire thing. Bob Goff is easily one of my favorite authors. He explains his faith so simply and so clearly that I can't help but want to follow along and see where he's going with it. Jesus' in...

    I am reviewing the first 5 Chapters of the book that I received from the Publisher. Wow! What a book so far! I feel challenged, encouraged & a lot more willing to take risks with LOVE! Loving others as myself...it's what Jesus told us to do. I'm a follower of Jesus, I want to be li...

  • Sarah
    Mar 07, 2018

    1.5 stars. A real disappointment. While I agree with his sentiment, the entire point is in the title/first chapter, which then gets repeated over and over and over through loosely organized stories. The main reason I didn't connect, though, was because of the squarely white uppercla...

    I need to start off with a disclaimer. I think this is a really important book with a powerful message...and I also think it has some problematic elements. However, I'm struggling to even feel permission to voice the latter because 1. it feels defensive and like I totally missed his po...

    I am reviewing the first five chapters of the book that I received from the publisher. I first "met" Bob when I read Love Does and because I loved that book, when I found out about his new book I was dying to get my hands on a copy of it. While reading the first five chapters, I ha...

    I received a free copy of Everybody Always by Bob Goff from Bookish First for my honest review. What a beautiful and delightful book to read in a world so full of chaos. This book is about how to live life with love always. It opens your heart and makes you realize that you need to ...

    This book is very Bob Goff - he makes things simple but not easy. Uncomplicated ideas that make you think. It (like Love Does) makes you see the possibilities not the road blocks. ...

    Oh, where to start. I?ve had preview access to the first five chapters and this book has hit me like a brick. In Love Does, I cry every time I read (and yes, I?ve read it a lot) two stories: the one about Don Valencia and VIA Starbucks coffee, and the one where Bob and his friends ...

    I feel like the Grinch, but Bob came across as quite egoistic ? buying houses and moving ?sweet Marie? without discussing it with her, controlling what news his kids hear, holding ?office hours? in Disney Land so his students have to pay MORE money just to ask questions they ...

    The long-awaited follow-up to Love Does, this book by Goff continues to put on display the extravagant love of God. Somehow Goff manages to be both whimsical and serious. What I read from him makes me want to live out the faith I say I believe. Reading what Bob writes makes me beli...

    Bob Goff has a relaxed, conversational style of writing that makes you feel as if you are just sitting down to chat over coffee. He does a fantastic job of mixing deep truth with engaging stories from his own life. One minute you will be laughing out loud, before being brought to tear...

    I have a feeling that this book, each chapter, maybe even every paragraph will constantly challenge it's readers to think about love in a new way. It's pure honesty strikes me in a way that many other books have not done. Bob invites his readers into a series of adventure weaving throu...

    Walkie-Talkies, Home Improvement, & Faith - Oh, My! All the stars...all the feels..and here's why: I wasn't sure what to expect from EVERYBODY, ALWAYS as I didn't read the first NYT best selling book by Bob Goff. However, the title and the book cover intrigued me, so I decid...

    Five stars, no doubt. This book challenged me, convicted me, inspired me, and deeply impacted me. It changed my life and the way I look at and love those around me. You will not regret reading this book!! I guarantee it will change your heart, molding and shaping it to soften and becom...

    Bob's writing is so wonderful. He seems like he could be a best friend to everyone. He doesn't just admonish us to go out and love everyone-he gives examples and shows us how to go out and put it into practice with even our most difficult neighbors! I am reviewing the first five chapt...

    Thank you to Nelson Books and Bookish for providing me with an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review. In Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People, Bob Goff talks about exactly that: the practice of showing Christ-like love to ev...

    I loved the message of this book, because that is also how I want to love my life, and it was a nice quick read in the morning for 10-20 minutes before kids woke up...however, Bob?s tone can get a little over the top corny for me at times, which I don?t begrudge him, it just made t...

    I am rating this book based on the first five chapter that were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This book follows in the same footsteps of Bob?s first book, Love does. It gives us details of events in his life and he uses those stories to illustrate a point. In his fir...

    I met Bob Goff in his first book - Love Does. ?Met? him is proper, because the book is full of personal stories. Stories that make you laugh out loud - the kind that catch you off guard and coffee shoots out of your mouth and nose. Stories that make you cry - the kind that creep up...

    Bob (or is it God?) does it again! God?s love oozes out of the pages as Bob delivers one of his favorite messages?love! I received the first five chapters for review from the publisher. ...

    Enjoyed this! I started reading and then put it down for some reason and it took me a long time to pick it back up. But I?m glad I did. I didn?t necessarily feel that I learned anything new, but I did appreciate the way these lessons were presented. I like how the author admitted h...

    Bob Goff is already one of my favorite authors. I read his "Love Does" book a few years ago for the first time. I have since read it many, many times. I have bought other copies to gift to friends and co workers...it looks as though I will be doing the same with this current book, "Eve...

    Currently reading the first 5 chapters (pre-release): Bob Goff once again challenges me to think of things from a new perspective. It's simple and far easier to walk away from difficult people, uncomfortable emotions, and troubled situations than to offer up ourselves to others, tha...

    I received the first 5 chapters of this book from the publisher and cannot wait to read the entire thing. Bob Goff is easily one of my favorite authors. He explains his faith so simply and so clearly that I can't help but want to follow along and see where he's going with it. Jesus' in...