Attempting to navigate the labyrinth of making decisions can be daunting, confusing, and at times paralyzing. It doesn’t have to be that way, however, as Dave Swavely describes in his book Decisions, Decisions. This easy to read, practical book cuts through the confusion of how believers should and should not make decisions. The first half of the book debunks many of the myths and much of the mysticism which has come to characterize the decision making process for many believers. In the second half of the book, Swavely describes the prerequisites, the principles, the process, and the picture of biblical decision making. This section offers believers some very hands on, helpful instructions for how to move from indecision to decision in a way that honors the Lord, upholds his Word, yet maintains man’s freedom. Whether you are facing a major decision at this point in your life or simply want to please the Lord in all your daily decisions, this book cuts through the fog and presents a process for making decisions that is biblical and pleasing to the Lord. It is a must read!