Friday, November 4

If My Body Is a Temple, Then I Was a Megachurch by Scott Davis


IF THERE’S ONE THING that’s guaranteed, it’s that you will bust a gut reading comedian Scott Davis’ hilarious yet poignant story about how he lost 132 pounds without any exercise. Spiced with his trademark comedy and self-deprecating humor, Scott serves up a dose of reality about the correlation between the state of our hearts and the location of our waistline. Scott explores the spiritual depths and practical steps to losing significant weight and shows how you can adopt a healthy lifestyle too.

Whether you need to lose 150 pounds or five pounds, Scott’s hilarious memoir will not only make you laugh but it will also equip you for your own journey to a happier and healthier you.

Scott Davis is a comedian, singer and entertainer. He received Christ at the age of sixteen on July 10, 1979. He graduated from Liberty University where he attended on a full scholarship for traveling with the Light Singers. While working toward his degree in cross-cultural studies, Scott traveled across the U.S. and to ten foreign countries.

Scott’s ministry has continued in the U.S. and abroad since his graduation in 1984. He has appeared on Mark Lowry’s videos and has written comedy for Mark while under contract with Word Records. For a year, Scott appeared weekly on the national television show, “The Mark & Kathy Show,” with Mark Lowry and Kathy Troccoli. Along with his weekly appearances, he has been a guest on numerous religious and secular radio and television broadcasts, including an appearance with comedian Dennis Swanberg on Swan’s Place.

Today, Scott conducts GET REAL national conferences with the nation’s top speakers and musicians. He also presents music and comedy concert events.

Blog Tour Participants:

October 20 – A Good Day To Read
October 24 – In the Pages…
October 25 – Reviews From the Heart
October 26 – My Sea of Books
October 27 – A Good Day To Read
November 4 – Along the Way
November 8 – The Book Connection

Scott Davis is a very funny guy, and reading his story of weight loss is definitely a laugh out loud kind of book. Some of the predicaments he finds himself in, especially at his heaviest weight, are humorous but also very sad.  Somehow Scott is able to look at those times with humour.

Scott's journey to a healthy lifestyle involves an incredible support system at QWLCA (Quick Weight Loss Center) based in Atlanta. He followed a strict program, and visited the weight loss center three times a week. If you are able to take advantage of this incredible facility and support system, it sounds like a great place for anyone who wants to lose weight and keep it off.

This book is basically a personal memoir.  Scott talks about how his Christian faith was really the most important factor in finally losing the extra weight that had followed him around for years.  He turned his focus from satisfying his desire for food with a desire for God.

Disclosure: Ebook received courtesy of MediaGuests, in exchange for my honest review.

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